Joshua Miller joined the ICCT in 2012. He manages the ICCT’s Modeling Center, which concentrates the models, expertise, and datasets needed to create scenarios and cost-benefit assessments of adopted and potential government actions spanning all transport modes and regions. He also leads ICCT’s activities in the G20 Transport Task Group, which provides direct support to regulators in G20 economies to improve the energy efficiency and environmental performance of transport, with a focus on heavy-duty vehicles. Mr. Miller has served as a principal investigator for numerous emissions inventories, regulatory impact assessments, and cost-benefit studies covering a wide range of national and local jurisdictions and policies. He has worked with policymakers in Europe, North America, South America, East Asia, Southeast Asia, South Asia, the Middle East, and Africa. Mr. Miller holds an M.S. in Transportation Technology and Policy from the University of California, Davis and a B.A. in Economics from Vassar College, where he graduated with honors in 2010.