Only two male sprinters are making the trip, with Emadi being joined by Callum Skinner, a 20-year-old from Glasgow.
Selection was finalised over a two-day Dutch Summer Trophy event at Alkmaar last month which was overseen by Olympic podium performance programme coach Iain Dyer.
Emadi (1:02.060mins) lost to Dutch rider Hugo Haak by a mere hundredth of a second to take silver in the kilo and won bronze in the sprint.
At that meet, he put in an impressive 1:01.756 ride in the kilo to finish fourth overall against strong competition, beating 2010 kilo world champion Teun Mulder in the process.
“It’s been a big step up to elite racing this season and I’ve really enjoyed it, that’s the big thing,” Emadi said.
Jon Dibben and Owain Doull have been given the nod for the men’s endurance races for the European under-23s event.
Two-time Olympic gold medallist Laura Trott has been selected for the women’s endurance races alongside fellow world champion Elinor Baker.
Another elite world champion, Becky James, is joined by Victoria Williamson in the women’s sprint.
Emadi, right, finished eighth in the keirin and fourth in the team sprint as last year’s competition, which was also held in Portugal.
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