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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

Looking to the future: Monitoring Indoor Air Quality in buildings

  Research Group: School of Electronic & Electrical Engineering
The overall objective is to generate and test out a system to monitor building indoor air quality (IAQ) to avoid the difficult situation the world has suffered… Read more

The aerodynamics of skyscrapers: tall building clusters and the urban environment

By 2050 our cities will host 68% of the world’s population, compared to the current 54%, and 33% in the 1960s. This increase is often accomplished by the proliferation of tall buildings (TBs) that maximise the provision of housing and commerce using a limited street-level footprint. Read more

Photolysis reaction mechanisms with emerging and new technologies

Background. Photochemistry controls a vast array of the natural and man-made processes known to science. photosynthesis, atmospheric and combustion chemistry, plasma technology, solar energy. Read more

Atmospheric chemistry of new green solvents

Background. Solvents make up the bulk of waste from the chemical industry yet little attention is paid to the environmental impact of these volatile organic compounds (VOC) once released to the atmosphere {1-2}. Read more

PhD in Engineering - Compact Terahertz Gas Sensors for Non-Invasive Early Disease Detection

The School of Engineering of the University of Glasgow is seeking a highly motivated graduate to undertake an exciting 3.5-year PhD project to work on fabrication and characterisation of compact gas sensor chips for non-invasive early disease detection applications. . Read more

Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Climate Change

  Research Group: Communication and Networks
Climate science has progressed tremendously in the last several decades with the advancements in tools for measuring our Earth’s past and present climate and predicting the future. Read more

Impacts of cooking on indoor air chemistry

In developed countries, it has been estimated that (pre-Covid) we spend more than 90% of our time indoors, whether at home, in the workplace or commuting between the two. Read more

Searching for dust storms using emerging machine-learning techniques

Introduction. Atmospheric mineral dust is a key component of the Earth system. It affects the radiation budget through atmospheric absorption and scattering, it is a condensation nucleus in clouds and once it is deposited it can act as a nutrient for iron-limited ecosystems. Read more

PhD Studentship Opportunity: A novel ventilation-pollution nexus framework for offsetting carbon by smart indoor spaces

The considerable time people spend indoors has made indoor air quality (IAQ) more important than ever before. The biggest challenge is understanding the ventilation-pollution nexus as airtight buildings preserve energy but worsen the IAQ due to limited ventilation and vice-versa. Read more

Modular hydrogen storage for low-carbon road transport

Green molecular or di-hydrogen (H2) is an exciting and interesting option as a low-carbon fuel for road transport, including light- and heavy-duty vehicles, with the added benefit of lower negative air quality impacts compared with fossil fuels whether used in ICEs or fuel cells. . Read more

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