Dusan Licina gives lecture at NASEM workshop on indoor PM exposure
Prof. Dusan Licina gave a lecture on April 2021 workshop series organized by the National Academies at the request of US Environmental Protection Agency. The workshop examined the state-of the-science on exposure to PM2.5 indoors, its health impacts, and engineering approaches and interventions to reduce exposure risks, including practical mitigation solutions in residential settings.
Prof. Dusan Licina was invited by the committee of the US National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine to give a lecture on the topic “The Utility, Use, and Misuse of Low-Cost Consumer Indoor Particulate Matter Sensors”. This lecture was part of a three-day workshop that gathered worlds’ leading experts in the field of Indoor Exposure to Fine Particulate Matter and Practical Mitigation Approaches. Lecture of Prof. Licina took place on 21th April and is available on YouTube and can be found here.
Links to the resources are listed below:
- April 14, 2021
- April 21, 2021
- April 28, 2021
A proceedings of the workshop will be published later this year and made freely available for download in PDF format from the National Academies Press website.
All materials are available on the workshop session websites; the videos alone are also posted to YouTube. Be sure to read the “How to...” file in the Meeting Materials first if you’d like to access the videos via the National Academies website.