Working towards a vision of pollution-free urban and rural environments, our focus is to understand the impact of both conventional and emerging air pollutants from transport, industrial and non-vehicle sources, air quality, public health and the built infrastructure.
We are looking at developing engineering driven solutions and regulatory strategies for their mitigation by means of advanced measurements and modelling techniques.
- To understand the impact of air pollutants on the quality of life and the built environment
- To develop internationally-validated engineering-driven solutions
- To underpin regulatory strategies
- To set the agenda for future research.
- Carry out fundamental research
- Capitalise on emerging technologies
- Develop and use advanced modelling tools
- Undertake advanced monitoring
- Acquire high-quality robust data
- Disseminate widely and effectively.
What we are researching
- Ultrafine particles
- Engineered nanoparticles.
Indoor and outdoor air pollution
- Exposure assessments.
- Other naturally occurring phenomena leading to significant impact on rural/urban environments.
Interfaces of air pollution
- With energy
- Urban growth
- Built infrastructure
- Green infrastructure
- Green or grey infrastructure interactions
- Air pollution impacts on built infrastructure.
Cities and megacities
- Low-cost sensing
- Energy-pollution nexus
- Emission modelling.
- Pollutants for global climate (e.g. CO2 and CH4).
We have a sensor toolbox which can assist researchers as well as people from non-technical backgrounds to analyse and visualise data in an easy way. Read through the manual to find out more on using the toolbox.
We also offer an air quality quiz for Guildford so users can assess how much air pollution they may be exposed to, and from what sources.