Project / Series

Glasgow Environmental Monitoring of Indoor and Outdoor Air (GEMINOA)

GEMINOA brings together academics and local government to make better decisions through data

Overview

Welcome to the GEMINOA project page. This multidisciplinary project in partnership with Glasgow City Council combines novel outdoor air quality and emissions sensors, indoor air quality data and economic analysis to support public engagement and aid policy makers in evaluating environmental policies. 

The Local Governments for Sustainability (ICLEI) funded project will run for two years bringing together University of Strathclyde academics, Glasgow City Council, Glasgow Science Centre, SmartSTEMs, and international university partners from UC Berkeley. 

Authors

Jack is an economist at the Fraser of Allander Institute.

Grant Allan is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Economics. Grant has research interests in applied regional economic analysis and modelling, particularly in the areas of energy and tourism.

Allison is a Fellow at the Fraser of Allander Institute. She specialises in health, socioeconomic inequality and labour market dynamics.

Craig Michie

Craig is a Professor in the Electronic And Electrical Engineering department with a focus on Measurement Science and Enabling Technologies

Tim Sharpe

Professor Tim Sharpe is head of department for Architecture at Strathclyde