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Sathvika Ananda

Sathvika is a Research Fellow within the Heavy-duty Vehicles program, with her research focusing primarily on the supply chain and market dynamics of heavy-duty vehicles in Europe. Aspiring to build expertise in supply chain sustainability, Sathvika is set to pursue a Master’s in Sustainability at HEC Paris following her fellowship with the ICCT.

Serkan Ünalan

Serkan works as an Associate Researcher at the ICCT’s Marine Team in Berlin. His work focuses on methane and nitrous oxide emissions from ships, aligning EU policies with IMO greenhouse gas and carbon intensity targets, and zero-emission shipbuilding. Serkan has a unique mix of academic and professional experience. He has spent several years working as […]

Eyal Li

Eyal has a background in sustainable urban mobility, transport and land use planning, and air quality management. Prior to his studies in Berlin, he also worked on clean transportation policy campaigns with the Union of Concerned Scientists in Washington DC. Eyal holds a B.Sc. in Environmental Science from University of California, Los Angeles and a […]

Marta Negri

Marta is an Associate Researcher based in the Berlin office. Her current research work focuses on green steel in the automotive industry and the overall decarbonization of vehicle production. Marta holds a Ph.D. in Management Engineering from the Polytechnic of Milan (Italy), where she developed research on sustainability and resilience of industrial supply chains. She […]

Carolina Rodrigues Poupinha

Carolina Rodrigues Poupinha is an Associate Researcher on ICCT’s light duty vehicles program. Her current work aims at estimating the energy consumption and CO2 emissions of light-duty vehicles. Carolina holds a Master Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Technical University of Lisbon (Portugal), while she has also studied for one year at the KTH Royal […]

Jakob Schmidt

Jakob is a Model Developer with the ICCT’s Modeling Center. Since joining in 2022, his work has focused on upgrading and developing tools that enable the analysis of charging infrastructure gaps for light-duty vehicles, as well as the impact of low-emission zones in cities. Jakob holds a B.Sc. in Physics from the Universität Hamburg (Germany) […]

Susana Irles

Susana Irles is a Senior Communications Specialist with the ICCT Europe team. She leads the development and implementation of strategic communications for ICCT’s European office in partnership with ICCT’s global communications team and the research staff in Europe. Before joining the ICCT she worked as a journalist in Valencia, Washington, and Lisbon and led the […]

Patricia Ferrini Rodrigues

Patricia is an Associate Researcher with ICCT’s Modeling Center, based in the Berlin office. She has extensive experience as a researcher in the health and economic impact assessment of policies to reduce air and climate pollutants, especially from the transport sector. Patricia has previously worked as a consultant and researcher at organizations in Brazil, the […]

Hannah Phipps

Hannah Phipps is the Administrative Manager for the ICCT. In addition to supporting overseeing the administrative functions of the ICCT’s six offices, Hannah helps produce the annual Transatlantic Transportation Decarbonization Summit. Hannah first began in nonprofit administration as the Director of Operations and Financial Manager for the International Cello Institute. After graduating from college, she […]

Kaylin Lee

Kaylin Lee is a Researcher on the ICCT Europe team. Her work focuses on analyzing real-world emissions data as part of The Real Urban Emissions (TRUE) initiative to support cities’ efforts to improve air quality and transition to zero-emission transport. Before joining the ICCT, she worked at a climate policy think tank, where she helped […]