Speaker Bio

Bram Peerlings

Royal NLR - Netherlands Aerospace Centre

Consultant / researcher sustainable aviation

Bram Peerlings (MSc) is a specialist in the field of sustainable aviation, working at the department of Sustainability and Environment at the Royal Netherlands Aerospace Centre. Employed on research and consultancy assignments, his interests go out to both global as well as local environmental impact, covering CO2 emissions and non-CO2 climate effects, but also noise, annoyance and community engagement. He is working for a variety of clients in both the public and private sector, such as KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and various ministries of the Government of the Netherlands, participates in European research projects and was a key author of Destination 2050 - A Road to Net-Zero European Aviation. Often, these projects see him investigating and modelling future aircraft emissions, reduction opportunities and/or anticipated policies and their effects. Bram holds degrees in Aerospace Engineering and Science Communication from Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands.