Developing the Next Generation of Air Quality Measurement Technology

EPA awarded four grants in 2012 to develop and demonstrate air quality measurement technology. These projects are improving air pollution technologies to address emerging air pollution issues and improve the spatial and temporal coverage of air pollution measurement data. This is enabling a better understanding of the characterization of air pollution and air pollution exposure at a lower cost to develop solutions to air pollution problems.

Request for Applications closing date: February 22, 2011

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1 R835132
Grant
Development of Cost-effective, Compact Electrical Ultrafine Particle (eUFP) Sizers and Wireless eUFP Sensor Network Chen, Da-Ren
Lu, Chenyang  
Washington University, Virginia Commonwealth University September 2012 -
August 2015
(Extended to August 2016)  
MO  
2 R835137
Grant
Compact Multi-Pollutant Mid-Infrared Laser Spectroscopic Trace-Gas Sensor Wysocki, Gerard   Princeton University February 2012 -
January 2016  
NJ  
3 R835138
Grant
Assessing The Synergistic Impact Of Anthropogenic And Biogenic Emissions On Air Pollution Using Novel High-Sensitivity, Real-Time Monitors For Fundamental Carbonyls Keutsch, Frank N   University of Wisconsin - Madison February 2012 -
January 2015
(Extended to January 2016)  
WI  
4 R835139
Grant
A compact, low-cost, network accessible, optical particle counter for the real time measurement of submicron aerosol particle size distributions Bertram, Timothy H
Brady, James
Strokes, Dale  
University of California - San Diego February 2012 -
January 2015  
CA  



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