Odour, Air Quality, and Well-Being: Understanding Urban Smellscapes Using Crowd-sourced Data, Monitoring, and Modelling
Odour exposure can adversely impact health and quality of life. As a part of the Smell Vancouver project, quantitative and qualitative analyses were conducted on a 12-month data set from a web application collecting crowd-sourced odour reports in Vancouver, Canada. Results from this project provide evidence that human-centered approaches can enrich understanding of the impacts of odorous emissions on health and well-being.
Postdoctoral Research and Teaching Fellow
Mechanical Engineering, UBC