About this event
Outdoor air quality is often measured with the Air Quality Index. Some of the metrics used to measure indoor air quality are relative humidity, particulate matter concentration, volatile organic matter concentration, and exposure limits. However, there is no agreed universal metric. Understanding these metrics in different indoor environments will help to monitor and improve indoor air quality. This event is free to attend and is suitable for researchers, public health practitioners and professionals with an interest in air quality.
This half-day event, hosted by Breathing City (the Clean Air Fund’s Future Urban Ventilation Network), will showcase the latest research and strategies associated with air quality metrics. Both the indoor and outdoor environments will be discussed by a range of experts in behavioural science, metrology, atmospheric chemistry, public health and environmental exposure.
- Pawel Wargocki, Technical University of Denmark – DTU, Denmark
- Corinne Mandin, Scientific and Technical Centre for Building (CSTB) Paris, France.
- Ben Barratt, Imperial College London, UK
- Paul Agnew, Met Office, UK
Following the talks, we will have time for a panel discussion and interactive breakout rooms.
Date and time
22nd September 2021 09.30-13.00 (BST)
Click ‘REGISTER’ to book your place (via Eventbrite).