Prof. Deniz Karman, PhD, P.Eng



Research Interests
  • Air pollution sources and control methods.
  • Characterization and modeling of mobile source emissions.
  • Environmental performance of alternative fuels and vehicles
  • The impact of motor vehicle emissions or urban air quality
  • Motor vehicle emission inventories and regional air quality modeling
  • Measurement and modeling of urban air quality in micro-environments
  • Greenhouse gas emissions from industrial  and transportation sources.
  • Life-cycle analysis of alternative fuels and vehicles

Overview of Motor Vehicle Emission and Urban Air Quality Research (Powerpoint)

Ottawa Micro-environment database for motor vehicle related air pollutants (OMDB)

Other Representative presentations:

MASS EMISSION RATES AND CHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF PM2.5  EMISSIONS  FROM TWO MOTORCYCLES (presentation at the 11TH CRC ON-ROAD VEHICLE EMISSIONS WORKSHOP, San Diego, California March 26-28, 2001) Powerpoint

MEASUREMENT OF AIR TOXICS IN THE CABINS OF COMMUTER VEHICLES UNDER SUMMER AND WINTER CONDITIONS IN OTTAWA, CANADA (presentation at the 11TH CRC ON-ROAD VEHICLE EMISSIONS WORKSHOP, San Diego, California March 26-28) Powerpoint

Source Apportionment for VOCs in Micro-environments Using Chemical Mass Balance Receptor Modelling (presentation at the 10th IUAPPA conference, Istanbul, Turkey, September 1997) Powerpoint
Vehicle Fleet Analysis - Emissions and I/M Programs, (presentation at: Cleaner Transportation Fuels for Improved Urban Air Quality in Central Asia and the Caucasus, Final  Regional Workshop, 26-27 October 2000,  Baku, Azerbaijan) Powerpoint