Research Fellow in WM-Air Project, University of Birmingham
Dr. Omid Ghaffarpasand is a young environmental physicist who has broad experience in several air pollution disciplines such as emission inventory, vehicular emission, aerosol characterization, source apportionment, and computational fluid dynamics.
He is also applying a novel Geo-ST mapping approach to study urban mobility in terms of driving behavior assessment and vehicular emission evaluations.
He is now an impact research fellow in a big NERC funded project (WM-Air) at the University of Birmingham.
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