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Improving indoor air quality through behaviour change

Air pollution is considered to be responsible for more than 28,000 deaths each year in the UK alone, and long-term exposure to air pollution is associated with higher rates of cardiovascular and respiratory illness, birth-defects and neuro-degenerative disorders (Laverge et al., 2015). Read more

AI to the rescue of climate change, modelling air quality for cleaner urban planning

  Research Group: Computing, Informatics and Applications Research Group
Research Group. Computing, Informatics and Applications Research Group. Proposed supervisory team. Dr Lakshmi Babu Saheer. Dr Javad Zarrin. Read more

QUADRAT DTP: Air Quality and Environmental Impact on Human Health

Recent reviews of the impact of air pollution on human health have shown scientific evidence for the detrimental effects of air pollutants, including environmental toxins which may become blood-borne and translocate to tissues such as the liver, brain and kidney. Read more

Smart optimization of energy performance and infoor air quality in residential buildings

The energy performance of residential buildings needs to be radically improved to meet ambitious climate change goals, however this must be achieved while maintaining an acceptable and preferably a desirable indoor environment. Read more

Quantifying the impact of air pollution on natural ventilation capacity

Natural ventilation is often considered to be the most energy efficient and sustainable solution for ventilating a building, with the potential to reduce the energy cost required for air conditioning. Read more

CO2 Capture directly from the atmosphere

The design of the forthcoming future is negative in emissions. Among the negative emission technologies options, those capturing CO2 directly from the air are called Direct Air Capture technologies. Read more

The role of stratosphere-troposphere coupling on North Atlantic air-sea interactions

Project Rationale. Lu et al. (2021) has developed a new index based on Ertel’s potential vorticity in the upper stratosphere. They show that the early winter conditions in the upper stratosphere play a key role in processing disturbances from the troposphere and then transmitting the signals back to the surface. Read more

Creating Negative Emissions Through Direct Air Capture and Carbon Mineralisation

Large scale Green House Gas (GHG) removal is vital to limit global mean temperatures from rising more than 2ºC. Most climate mitigation technologies focus on decreasing the rate at which we add carbon to the atmosphere as carbon dioxide (CO. Read more

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