UCL Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering


UCL IEDE researchers present at the Indoor Air 2016 conference

1 August 2016


Indoor Air 2016, the 14th International Conference Of Indoor Air Quality And Climate took place in Ghent, Belgium between 3 - 8 July 2016. In addition to the standard oral presentations, the conference featured workshops, short courses, interactive poster sessions and networking, bringing together the international, multi-disciplinary indoor air and climate community.

Four UCL IEDE research papers were presented during the conference by Clive Shrubsole and Dr Anna Mavrogianni:

Housing as a modifier of air contaminant and temperature exposure in Great Britain: A modelling framework, by J. Taylor, A. Mavrogianni, M. Davies, P. Wilkinson, C. Shrubsole, I. Hamilton, E. Oikonomou and P. Biddulph.

Estimating current and future indoor air pollution and temperatures in England, by J. Taylor, P. Symonds, A. Mavrogianni, M. Davies, C. Shrubsole, I. Hamilton, Z. Chalabi and P. Wilkinson.

Impact of the new Chilean air-tightness regulation on indoor air pollution in dwellings with inefficient heating sources, by C. Shrubsole, R. Narváez Sotomayor and H. Altamirano-Medina.

Assessing the role of UK buildings on the transmission of tuberculosis, by Y. Li, M. Lalor, J. Taylor, A. Mavrogianni and H. Altamirano-Medina.