Special issues

  • Call for submissions to a special issue of FrontiersIn on the topic of ‘Next Generation Data-Driven Digital Twins: Applications in Buildings and Energy Efficiency’. Apply here by 20 September 2020.
  • Call for submissions to a special edition of Energies on the topic of ‘Improving Energy Efficiency in Smart Grids’. Apply here by 31 August 2020.

Publications

Presentations, conferences and workshops

  • Professor Kian Fan Chung gave a plenary talk on “Exposomes and Gene Interaction in Asthma” at the European Academy of Allergy and Immunology Digital Congress on 6 June 2020, describing the INHALE project amongst several Exposome projects.
  • Dr Rossella Arcucci organised the second edition of the Workshop on Machine Learning and Data Assimilation for Dynamical Systems (MLDADS) 2020 - ICCS 3-5 June 2020.
  • Dr Rossella Arcucci was a Keynote speaker at SIAM-IMA (Institute of Mathematics and its applications) with a talk entitled "Artificial Neural Network at the service of Data Assimilation" on 1 June 2020, online.
  • Dr Rossella Arcucci presented a talk entitled "Data Assimilation and Machine Learning" to the Leverhulme Wildfires workshop ‘Approaches to Data Analysis’ on 19 May 2020, online.
  • Dr Rossella Arcucci presented a talk entitled "Data Learning: Data Assimilation with Machine Learning" at the University of Reading on 11 March 2020.
  • Professor Chris Pain and Professor Alex Porter presented the INHALE project at the 2019 Physics of Life Town Meeting at the Royal Society on 3rd December 2019.
  • Professor Arvind presented a ticketed invited talk entitled “Every breath you take” at the 2019 Edinburgh International Science Festival, which was reviewed in Lancet Respiratory Medicine (pdf).
  • Professor Arvind was invited to participate on an expert panel in BodyNets 2019, Florence, Italy on 2-3 Oct 2019 on the topic "Smart IoT and big data for intelligent health management”, and present at The Royal Society Science+ meeting on Air Quality, past, present and future on 11-12 Nov 2019.

Media

  • Further to the aforementioned publication of ‘Temporary reduction in fine particulate matter due to ‘anthropogenic emissions switch-off’ during COVID-19 lockdown in Indian cities’, a press article was published by the University of Surrey.
  • Imperial College London published an article ‘Air pollution during lockdown and beyond’ reporting that air pollution monitors had been installed near South Kensington campus to measure pollution during and after the COVID-19 Lockdown.
  • Further to the aforementioned publication of ‘Could fighting airborne transmission be the next line of defence against COVID-19 spread?’, a press article was published by the University of Surrey.
  • INHALE research is being disseminated via @ImperialRSM@AirPollSurrey@GuildfordLivingLab Twitter accounts as well as investigators account @pk_shishodia – usually linked with programme Twitter @PhysicsofLifeUK.
  • Further to the aforementioned publication of ‘The Nexus between Air Pollution, Green Infrastructure and Human Health’, the associated press release was widely published by many media outlets including Science DailyEnvironTech and DovMed.
  • Imperial College London published an article ‘Study to provide new insights into health impact of urban pollution’.
  • Further to the aforementioned publication of ‘Designing vegetation barriers for urban air pollution abatement: a practical review for appropriate plant species selection’ the associated press release generated media interest, for example in the DailyMail, BBC and the Times.
  • Further to the aforementioned publication of ‘A primary school driven initiative to influence commuting style for dropping-off and picking-up of pupils’, the associated press release generated media interest, for example in the Times.

Guidance documents

Summarising various pieces of work