nPETS aims to study the life of the sub 100 nm emissions from its creation to its potential path to human beings and animals.
nPETS contributes to better public health policies by developing new knowledge in the area of transport generated nanoparticle emissions and their toxicology.
nPETS develops innovative methods for quantification of toxicity in the field for all transport modes.
Today there are no existing methods for measuring these sub 100 nm particle emissions from various individual sources.
An average of 50% reduction in sub 100 nm particle number is expected due to a better understanding of the emission sources per transport mode.
Instruments now up and running in Valencia underground metro station Colón. The most busy station in Valencia. Thanks to Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat Valenciana, Metro Valencia for the excellent logistics and to Sharon Ridolfo and Ainhoa Rodriguez for the great...
Dimitri Margaritis has presented a paper titled “Comparison of nanoparticles concentration in urban environment” focusing on the Thessaloniki field measurement results. The session was co-chaired by Prof. Dimitri Lambropoulou who is involved in WP6. The conference...
nPETS researchers will present several papers at the 25th TAP conference: 25-26 September, Gothenburg, Sweden. Hope to see you there! Link: https://lnkd.in/dgjAyhuC