Prof. Christopher Frey is a Futrell Distinguished University Professor of Environmental Engineering at the North Carolina State University. His research interests focus on areas such as measurement and modelling of real-world fuel use and emissions of on-road and non-road vehicles; and exposure and risk analysis. Prof. Frey currently serves on the United States Environmental Protection Agency’ (USEPA’s) Clean Air Scientific Advisory Committee (CASAC). He is also a member of World Health Organization working group on exposure assessment.
Dr. Gayle Hagler is an Assistant Laboratory Director for air, climate and energy for the National Risk Management Research Laboratory at the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA). Knowing air pollution and its health risk, her research develops sensors to study ambient air quality, quantifying source emissions and measure air pollution all over the US and other countries. Dr. Hagler was awarded as the Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientist and Engineers under the Obama Administration for her pursuit of innovative research and scientific leadership.
Prof. Alexis Lau is the Associate Director of Institute for the Environment and Director of the Atmospheric Research Center. He specializes in regional and urban air quality, weather and climate. His research has been regularly used by local and regional governments, including the 2010 Asian Games air quality study and 2013 Hong Kong Clean Air Plan. He is also a member of the Scientific Advisory Group of the World Health Organization Panel on the development of a Global Platform on Air Quality and Health, and an expert member of the Environmental Sustainable Transport Program of the United Nations (UN) Center for Regional Development.
Dr. Roland Leung is a Specialist in Respiratory Medicine, an Honorary Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics, PWH, CUHK; an Honorary Consultant of Hong Kong Sanatorium and Hospital and Hong Kong Adventist Hospital, and a Council Member of the Institute of Allergy. His medical and surgical services include skin allergy test, lung function test and bronchoscopy, where air quality concerns his profession on public health protection.
Prof. Zibing Yuan is a professor for School of Environment and Energy at the South China University of Technology. He obtained his doctoral degree at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, his research interest continues to focus in areas such as sources quantification and verification of atmospheric reactive organic compound, and study on nonlinear control of ozone in photochemical active zone. Prof. Yuan is the academic committee member for RAQM-5.