Dr Marc Stettler is Senior Lecturer in Transport and the Environment in the Centre for Transport Studies at Imperial College London where he leads the Transport & Environment Laboratory (@TransEnvLab_IC). He joined Imperial as a Lecturer in 2015.
Marc completed his PhD on the impacts of aviation emissions at the University of Cambridge in 2013. He has an MPhil in Engineering for Sustainable Development from Cambridge, and a BSc in Natural Sciences from the University of Durham.
Marc's research focuses on evaluating and reducing the effect of transport activity on climate change and air pollution, with particular attention to understanding sources of greenhouse gases (GHGs) and pollutant emissions, especially nanoparticles. He leads a broad portfolio of research projects undertaken by his group spanning across transport modes from road to aviation.
He contributed to the UK Government Office for Science Future of Mobility project and he chairs the Scientific Advisory Committee of the AIR, which aims to make vehicle emissions data more transparent. He is involved in the development of emissions measurement standards and was Project Leader in the development of a CEN Workshop Agreement CWA 17379:2019 for guidelines on compiling comparable real-world vehicle emissions data and is a member of the SAE E-31 committee on aircraft engine emissions measurement.
Marc is the Imperial lead for the EPSRC funded Centre for Doctoral Training in Aerosol Science, which brings together 7 UK universities and industrial and public-sector partners in the areas of healthcare, material science, energy and transport, environment, consumer products and agrochemicals.
He was awarded the President's Award for Outstanding Early Career Researcher at Imperial College London in 2018, and the Outstanding PhD Dissertation prize from the Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge in 2014.
More information on research areas is available at the Transport & Environment Laboratory website.
Opportunities and openings in my group are generally posted on our Twitter page @TransEnvLab_IC.
PhD project opportunities in the Centre for Doctoral Training in Aerosol Science will be posted on the central CDT website. These will typically be advertised in early November with assessment taking place in late January.
Exposure to pollution in cars
Sky News, June 2019
Reaching melting point - the importance of 1.5°C
Advanced Propulsion Centre Future of Technology Series, November 2018
Tracking automobile emissions in real time
World Economic Forum, September 2018
et al., 2021, Open-source modelling of aerosol dynamics and computational fluid dynamics: Nodal method for nucleation, coagulation, and surface growth, Computer Physics Communications, Vol:261, ISSN:0010-4655, Pages:107765-107765
Ma L, Graham DJ, Stettler MEJ, 2021, Air quality impacts of new public transport provision: A causal analysis of the Jubilee Line Extension in London, Atmospheric Environment, Vol:245, ISSN:1352-2310, Pages:118025-118025
et al., 2020, On the selection of charging facility locations for EV-based ride-hailing services: A computational case study, Sustainability, ISSN:2071-1050
et al., 2020, A research agenda on systems approaches to infrastructure, Journal of Civil Engineering and Environmental Systems, ISSN:1029-0249
et al., 2020, Modelling of instantaneous emissions from diesel vehicles with a special focus on NOx: Insights from machine learning techniques, Science of the Total Environment, Vol:737, ISSN:0048-9697, Pages:1-13