The variants of air pollutants (PM2.5, PM10, Ozone, carbon monoxide etc.) have been detected in specific areas of major cities worldwide. The price of the air quality monitors has been a significant hindrance to accomplishing the pillars of sustainability and widespread detection across cities and suburbs. As a result, all entries in this challenge should aim at developing low-cost air quality sensors. Participants will be required to provide an answer to this vital question: How can available local materials, wastes, or low-cost materials be used to develop a sustainable air quality monitor?
Submission of your entry will be via the attached link. Kindly provide all relevant information based on the template given in this link: https://lnkd.in/ef3H76PH A provision in the preceding link exists for submitting necessary documents, videos, charts and every other information that will support your application.
Dr. Obuks A. Ejohwomu, PhD MNSE FHEA
Honorary Fellow of the Institute of Teaching and Learning
Senior Lecturer in Project Management
Admissions Tutor, Management of Projects (MSc) Programmes & Research Group PGR Lead
Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering (MACE)
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