Eleonora Aneggi is a research fellow in the Catalysis for Energy and Environment group at the Polytechnic Department of Engineering and Architecture of the University of Udine. She graduated in Chemistry with full marks and honours (110/110 e lode) in 2001 at University of Trieste. In 2007 she obtained her PhD in Chemical and Energy Technologies at the Department of Chemical Sciences and Technologies of the University of Udine. Since November 2006 she has been a research fellow and a temporary researcher in the Catalysis for Energy and Environment group. Her research activity involves the development and characterization of advanced catalytic materials for the reduction of pollutants, with special attention to oxidation of diesel particulate from engine exhaust gases and to the abatement of organic compound in liquid waste. She participated on various national and international projects. She was Research Unit Coordinator (Uniud Unit) for the FIRB FUTURO IN RICERCA 2012 project funded by MIUR, for the project "Fundamental study of the reactivity of the gas-particulate-catalyst system in multi-functional catalytic converters for field applications automotive (SOLYST). She is regularly called as reviewer in the field of catalysis for international journals. She has been the winner of national and international awards. She is author or co-author of about 50 scientific publications in top international journals. (Scopus H-index 21, n. of citations 2281).