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Webinar: ASIC Virtual Fall Series: Source Characterization & Identification, Use of Networked Sensors, Deploying Air Quality Sensors by Communities

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Thursday, 15 October 2020, 11:00

Thursday, October 15, 2020. 11:00 AM Eastern. Webinar: ASIC Virtual Fall Series: Source Characterization & Identification, Use of Networked Sensors, Deploying Air Quality Sensors by Communities. Ken McGary, Apis-US.; Alex Turner, UC Berkeley; Naomi Zimmerman, University of British Columbia; Dena Vallano, EPA; R. Subramanian, OSU-Efluve/CNRS; Adrian Arfire, Airparif; Sai Yamanoor, DesignAbly. Sponsored by UCDavis and ASIC. Register here.

1. New Ambient Sample Capture Apparatus Provides Speciation Methods using Next Generation
Air Monitoring Networks - Ken McGary, Apis-US, Inc.
2. Detecting annual trends in urban CO2 emissions from the transportation sector - Alex Turner,
UC Berkeley
3. Determining fleet-based vehicle emission factors using low-cost sensors: A case study in three
parking garages - Naomi Zimmerman, University of British Columbia
4. Evaluation of Low-Cost Particulate Matter Sensors for Measuring Wildfire Smoke - Dena
Vallano, US EPA
5. The Africa qualité de l'Air network (AfriqAir): A continent-spanning air quality monitoring
network using lower-cost sensors - R. Subramanian, OSU-Efluve/CNRS
6. Scaling-up Low-cost Sensor Evaluation and Network Integration: the Paris / Ile-de-France
Experience - Adrian Arfire, Airparif
7. Open Source Edge Computing Platform for Air Quality Applications - Sai Yamanoor,
DesignAbly

For more session details visit https://asic.aqrc.ucdavis.edu/events/virtual-fall-session-2

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