Amanda Lea-Langton is a Lecturer in Bioenergy Engineering at the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change, Dept of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering, The University of Manchester. Amanda is experienced in the development of future fuels and emissions minimisation. She has a background in domestic wood burning emissions, emissions from diesel engines, and the development of sustainable technologies for transportation. Her work has involved a focus on feedstock upgrading and improved energy performance in terms of efficiency, waste products and emissions. Amanda specialises in particulate emissions characterisation in relation to particle composition and Black Carbon impacts. Her current research includes development of cleaner domestic stoves, efficient use of biomass, and sustainable transport solutions. She works on whole system impacts including bioenergy-related air quality issues and minimisation of climate effects.