CAPACITIE: Cutting-Edge Approaches for Pollution Assessment in Cities
CAPACITIE is a Marie Curie Initial Training Network, funded by the European Commission within the 7th Framework Programme. The project consists of 16 partner organisations, in addition to the University of York, which is the coordinating and host organisation for the duration of the project. The associate and partner organisations span the industrial, regulatory, consultancy, research and governmental sectors. CAPACITIE includes 12 PhD projects. Each of the projects is related to addressing a variety of issues linked to pollution monitoring in cities. The PhD projects span several disciplines related to the monitoring of pollutants and the development of new technologies for pollution monitoring. The Environment Department is the host department for the project, with the Chemistry, Electronics, Sociology, Computer Science and Physics departments also hosting CAPACITIE PhD students. The CAPACITIE Project is a YESI (York Environmental Sustainability Institute) featured project. YESI aims to develop novel interdisciplinary projects between different departments across the University of York and a wide variety of diverse external organisations and partners.
|UoY Lead||Alistair Boxall, Jon Timmis, Lorraine Youds|
|UoY People on Project||Iain Bate, Charlotte Burns, Nicola Carslaw, David Chesmore, Steve Cinderby, Peter Cowling, Steven Johnson, Alistair Lewis, Paul Mitchell, Darren Reed, Stephen Remde, John Robinson, Jane Thomas-Oates, Jun Yuan, Xiu Gao, Rina Siyengwa, Emily Burns, Magdalena Kruza, Prado Domercq, Michelle Wang, Elena Koutsoumpeli, Fady Medhat, Kyle Stevens, Mayank Parmar, Xinwei Fang, Gabor Makrai,|
|Partners||IBM United Kingdom Ltd., U.S. Geological Survey, Ecologic Institute, Umweltbundesamt (UBA), City of York Council, University of York, Seoul National University, Seoul Metropolitan Government, Scottish Water, Markes International Ltd., National Physical Laboratory, Arup, Science City York, PerkinElmer Health Sciences Inc., Gaist Ltd., NORMAN Association, Siemens plc|
|Funded By||EU, Marie Curie ITN|