ABOUT

The team

The multi-disciplinary AIA team is not working as a typical academic research project, but instead combines industry, startup and academic strengths to work with not only rigour, but also speed, flexibility and an understanding of day-to-day realities.

Steering group

Dame Polly Courtice

DBE, LVO, Emeritus Director and Senior Ambassador, Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership

Team leaders

Prof Alex Routh

Fuel Team Co-Leader, Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

Dr Anil Padhra

Non-CO2 Emissions and Airport Teams Leader, University of West London

Beth Barker

AIA Manager, Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership 

Dr Ewa Marek

Fuel Team Co-Leader, Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, University of Cambridge

Dr Paul Hodgson

Core Modeling Team Leader, Whittle Laboratory, University of Cambridge

Team

Ben Petty

Aircraft Team, Whittle Laboratory, University of Cambridge

Dr Bojun Wang

Policy and Business Team, Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership

Felix Prutton

Systems Modelling Team, Whittle Laboratory, University of Cambridge

George Fulham

Core Modelling and Fuels Team, Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, University of Cambridge

Jenifer Elmslie

Policy and Business Team, Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership

Jia Wei Kho

Aircraft Team, Whittle Laboratory, University of Cambridge

Mark Turner

 Fuels Team, Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, University of Cambridge

Prof Michael Brear

Systems Modelling Team, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Melbourne

Nathan Clark

Aircraft Team, Whittle Laboratory, University of Cambridge

Dr Nick Atkins

Core Modelling Team, Whittle Laboratory, University of Cambridge

Prof Rod Jones

Prof Rod Jones

Non-CO2 emissions Team, Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge

Slava Sedunin

Policy and Business Team, Whittle Laboratory, University of Cambridge

Thomas Coxon

Systems Modelling Team, Whittle Laboratory, University of Cambridge