Andriannah Mbandi
PhD Student



Andriannah Mbandi is a PhD student at SEI York, working on emissions from road transport. She is supervised by Dr Dieter Schwela and Dr Lisa Emberson.

Her research focuses specifically on the contribution of road transport emissions to air pollution in Sub-Saharan African cities.

Andriannah has a Masters in Chemical Engineering from Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT), South Africa. Her thesis explored regression modelling and optimization using Artificial Neural Network.

She has worked as a project safety engineer for a textile manufacturing where she was responsible for chemical analysis, auditing and substitution of hazardous chemicals. She later worked for an electromechanical engineering company as a product leader for vehicle emissions products and services.

Prior to starting her PhD she worked as a lecturer in thermodynamics at CPUT.