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Louise Gren receives Sparbanken Skånes Research prize 2022

Two persons at prize ceremony
Sparbanken Skåne's CEO Andreas P. Nilsson presents the award to Louise Green at LTH's graduation ceremony. Photo: Johan Persson

The Sparbanken Skåne Prize to a new doctor at LTH for particularly outstanding doctoral thesis is in 2022 awarded NanoLundian Louise Gren for her thesis in Aerosol Technology.

The Sparbanksstiftelsen Färs and Frosta awards the Sparbanken Skåne Prize to a new doctor at LTH for particularly outstanding doctoral thesis. In 2022, prize is awarded to Louise Gren, for her thesis in the field of areosol technology. The thesis is entitled: Renewable Diesel Fuels and Emission Control Strategies - Implications for Occupational Exposure, Human Health, and the Environment

The thesis is about studying emissions from diesel-based internal combustion engines for heavy machinery. Louise Gren compares bio-diesel with conventional diesel for engines with and without exhaust gas cleaning and particulate filters, a subject that links to climate impact, health, air quality and sustainable development in a broader perspective.

Louise Gren has enabled unique new interdisciplinary collaborations on renewable fuels, especially different types of biomass-based diesel fuels, such as hydrogenated residues and waste products and vegetable oils.

Read more at LTH:s website: Sparbanken Skåne Research Prize 2022 to Louise Green