Bioaerosol Detection and Monitoring Online Event
23 May 2022
The University of Hertfordshire’s Centre for Research in Biodetection Technologies (CRBT) invites researchers, businesses and public sector organisations with an interest in developing next generation bioaerosol detectors to join an online event on 23 May, 2022.
The CRBT is keen to present their cutting-edge knowledge and development of new bioaerosol monitoring technologies. This event will provide an opportunity to learn about potential collaboration opportunities, and to gain an understanding of the government funding sources available to our future R&D partners.
Associate Professor Dan McCluskey, Deputy Dean, School of Physics, Engineering & Computer Science at University of Hertfordshire - Welcome
Associate Professor Chris Stopford, Head of the Particle Instruments and Diagnostics Research Group - ‘Detection and Classification of Airborne Particulates’
Associate Professor Ian Johnston, Head of the Microfluidics & Microengineering Research Group and Director of the Centre for Research in Biodetection Technologies - ‘Bioaerosol collection and integrated microfluidic processing for detection’
Richard Kaye, University of Hertfordshire, Case Study with Optisense Ltd. - ‘Spore Sentry Collaboration’
Wiliam Averdieck, Dustcanary - ‘Wearable Dust and Aerosol Monitors’
Tim Foat, DSTL - ‘Electrowetting-on-dielectric (EWOD): From proof-of-principle to robust prototype.’
Dr Helen Podmore, Business Development Team, University of Hertfordshire - ‘Funding and Collaboration Opportunities’
Liqun Yang, Knowledge Transfer Manager – Sensors, Innovate UK – ‘Innovate UK KTN functions in helping business innovation development and potential innovation funding opportunities’