Dr. Ingrid Super is an environmental scientist at TNO who aims to build bridges between the (inverse) modelling and emission communities in support of emission reporting and verification. She obtained a PhD in urban fossil fuel emission quantification at Wageningen University (Netherlands). The PhD project involved the use of in-situ observations, high-resolution atmospheric modelling, and the development of a data assimilation system including source sector attribution using co-emitted species. After her PhD, she started working on describing uncertainties and error correlations in the prior emission data to support data assimilation studies at different scales. Currently, she works on the development of a multi-scale dynamic emission model for greenhouse gases and air pollutants, emission predictions, and improving the timing of fossil fuel emissions.