Characterizing the variation in real-world driving behavior using vehicle telematics and its impact on road vehicle emissions

Lynette Cheah

Singapore University of Technology and Design

Lynette Cheah is an Assistant Professor in Engineering Systems at the Singapore University of Technology and Design. There, she leads the Sustainable Urban Mobility research group, which focuses on developing models, tools and solutions to assess and reduce the energy and environmental impacts of road transport. Lynette holds bachelor degrees in civil and environmental engineering from Northwestern University, a masters degree in management science from Stanford, and a Ph.D. in engineering systems from MIT.


Accurate profiling of road vehicle emissions is crucial in portraying and reducing the contribution to national inventories of greenhouse gases and other air pollutants. Vehicle rated emissions are determined by application of... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Lynette Cheah (Singapore University of Technology and Design)
  2. Stephen Ross (Singapore University of Technology and Design)

Topic Areas

• Advances in methods (e.g., life cycle assessment, social impact assessment, resilience a , • Decision support methods and tools


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