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Our Research
We use a multidisciplinary approach to study the indoor environment effects on occupant outcome and building energy use. The Indoor Environment Group have backgrounds in engineering, sciences, economics, statistics and public health. Our work aim to improve understanding on pollutants that impact the built environment, and energy-efficient strategies to better indoor air quality.
Indoor Air Quality Scientific Findings Resource Bank
Scientific Knowledge and Actionable Recommendations on IAQ
William Fisk maintains a website on the effects of indoor air quality on people's health and work performance. This leading resource has up-to-date analysis and latest findings on a number of hot-button topics, including building ventilation, dampness and mold, volatile organic compounds, human performance, air cleaning, air quality in schools and more.