TAPAS Lead, Professor Paul Linden, gives an overview of the TAPAS project and outlines the programme for the April 23 TAPAS full network meeting.
TAPAS' focus area leads update on activities across mapping the problem, understanding the solutions, prioritising action and participation, communication & dissemination.
Prof Cath Noakes, leader of the Breathing City Network and Professor of Environmental Engineering for Buildings at the University of Leeds presents on: ""Understanding transmission of COVID-19 to develop effective mitigation strategies."
Harriet Edwards, from Asthma UK/British Lung Foundation presents on: "Air quality around schools, lung health and COVID-19: reflections from the last year."
Anthony Mysak from Guys' and St Thomas' Charity/Impact on Urban Health presents on: "Supporting schools to engage with and tackle air pollution."
Researcher Carolanne Vouriot from Imperial College London presents on: "Estimating airborne infection risks in classrooms from CO2 measurements."
Building Facilities professional Jane Parrinder, from SPIE talks on, "Managing Building Services in the School Environment during a pandemic."
Iman Hussain from University of Lancaster and David Booker from NAQTS present on: " Understanding Indoor Environmental Quality."
Reporting on findings from the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee, MP Barry Gardiner talks on: COVID-19 – a golden opportunity to tackle air pollution
TAPAS Co-I Henry Burridge from Imperial College London introduces a collaborative approach to developing proposals for our Small Grants Awards Scheme.
TAPAS Kickoff Meeting Oct 23-2020