Irene Dedoussi is an assistant professor in the Aircraft Noise and Climate Effects (ANCE) section of the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering of the Delft University of Technology. She obtained her PhD in Aeronautics and Astronautics from MIT. She also holds a MS from MIT, and a MEng (Hons with Distinction) and BA (Hons) in Engineering from the University of Cambridge.
Dr. Dedoussi’s work aims to improve our understanding of the environmental impact of emissions from aviation, and other energy and transportation sectors. Specifically, through the use of numerical modeling and observation-driven approaches, her research provides ways of estimating emissions and assessing their air quality and other atmospheric impacts. Dr. Dedoussi’s work aims to help make informed regulatory and technological choices towards the sustainable growth of these sectors. Dr Dedoussi leads a Veni (Dutch Research Council Early Career Talent program) project, and is involved in multiple EU-funded projects on the atmospheric impact of aviation emissions.
In 2020 she was selected by Forbes magazine as a ‘30 under 30’ for Europe’s Science & Healthcare list of innovators of the continent.
Assistant professor, Aircraft Noise and Climate Effects (ANCE) section, Faculty of Aerospace Engineering of the Delft University of Technology
PhD, Aerospace, Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
MSc, Aerospace, Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
MEng, Engineering, University of Cambridge
BA, Engineering, University of Cambridge