Announcing CAMS-Net “Meet the Networks” series

As part of our efforts to increase collaboration and accelerate novel research, we are announcing a “Meet the Networks” biweekly informal seminar series. At each meeting, two of our networks will give a short overview of their work and interests, followed by substantial time for open discussion and questions. The meetings will be held remotely […]

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New low cost sensor deployments in Congo

As part of a new collaboration accelerated by CAMS-Net, including partner networks Clarity Movement, Columbia University, Marien Ngouabi University (Brazzaville, Congo), USAID, and the US State Department, new PM2.5 monitors were deployed in two locations in Brazzaville, Congo!

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New paper on air quality in Kinshasa with low cost sensors published in AAQR!

A new paper led by Westervelt group undergraduate Celeste McFarlane titled “First Measurements of Ambient PM2.5 in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo and Brazzaville, Republic of Congo Using Field-calibrated Low-cost Sensors” has been published in AAQR! This was a collaboration between several CAMS-Net partner networks, including Université Marien Ngouabi in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo and Ecole […]

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Introducing CAMS-Net

The Clean Air Monitoring and Solutions Network, or CAMS-Net, is a National Science Foundation-funded project aimed at creating an international “network of networks” that will facilitate the exchange of knowledge, ideas, and data in order to improve the usage and application of low-cost sensor air quality data.  The project is being led by the Columbia University […]

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