SCEHSC Seminar May 6: Field and Laboratory Evaluation of ‘Low-Cost’ Air Quality Sensors

The SCEHSC Seminar Series presents

“Field and Laboratory Evaluation of ‘Low-Cost’ Air Quality Sensors”

Andrea Polidori, PhD

Quality Assurance Manager
Science & Technology Advancement
South Coast Air Management Quality District
Diamond Bar, CA

Friday, May 6, 2016
11:45 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Soto Street Building, Room 115
2001 North Soto Street
Los Angeles, CA 90032

To sign up for the FREE seminar, please email jacy@usc.edu.

Dr. Andrea Polidori is the Quality Assurance Manager for Science & Technology Advancement at SCAQMD and is responsible for the development and implementation of quality assurance control methods, plans, procedures, and programs. He is also involved in the analysis of data collected from numerous field activities and air monitoring projects, and is currently leading the design, development and implementation of AQ-SPEC and of SCAQMD’s fenceline monitoring program.

Prior to joining the SCAQMD, he was a Research Assistant Professor at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles where he taught courses and conducted extensive research on the relationships between indoor and outdoor air pollutants, and the health impacts caused by exposure to air toxics. He has authored more than 40 peer-reviewed journal publications and one book chapter.

Visitor parking at the Soto Street Building is limited. If you are planning to park at the Soto building during the seminar please contact Marissa Jacy for more information. If you are a USC employee, please plan to take the free USC shuttle to our seminars whenever possible. Information about the USC shuttle can be found at http://transet.usc.edu/index.php/bus-map-schedules.


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