Adjunct Associate Professor, University of Technology Sydney
Robin Smit is a Director at and Founder of Transport Energy/Emission Research (TER) and an Adjunct Associate Professor with the University of Technology Sydney.
His research has focused on measurement and modelling of transport emissions, dynamic fleet (turnover) modelling, software development and statistical analysis.
He obtained a MSc degree (Air Quality) from Wageningen University in the Netherlands (1994) and a PhD (Transport Emissions) from Griffith University in Australia (2006). He is a member of the European Research Group on Mobile Emission Sources (ERMES). He has over 25 years work experience in emission, air pollution and climate projects in Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Asia and the Middle East. Robin's work is published in national and international scientific journals. He has also presented at various conferences, discussion panels and has lectured in both Europe and Australia.
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