Creating Air Quality Sensors in Delhi
PhD candidate and Tata Center for Technology Fellow David Hagan, and his advisor Professor Jesse Kroll, are working together to track pollution in Delhi, India — one of the cities with the worst air conditions in the world. Kroll and Hagan are creating an inexpensive sensor that will record atmospheric chemistry and provide a positive user experience. Hagan envisions the data to be helpful in a variety of forms from HVAC system sensors to use in in-home monitoring systems. Read more on MIT News.