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Hannigan Research Group

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Hannigan Lab Research Group



Our research group is under the direction of Dr. Michael Hannigan.  Dr. Hannigan is a faculty member in the Mechanical Engineering Department, and is part of a larger group that focuses on environmental and sustainability research.  His research group has been focused on air quality measurements as related to environmental problem solving for more than 15 years and has been developing innovative technologies and methods to make such measurements for the past 5 years.  The group has developed next-generation, low-cost air quality monitors (also termed pods, EJ-pods, or U-pods) that are ideal for educational and citizen science applications.  As continuous air quality monitoring instruments can cost anywhere from $5,000 to $100,000, instruments costing < $1,000 (the price point of the pods) allow for analysis of more detailed spatial and temporal variations.  Additionally, data collection is simple due to electronic nature of the sensors.  The cost, adaptability, and ease-of-use make these tools ideal for use in citizen science, outreach, and education because they provide an opportunity for individuals to conduct their own guided air quality investigations.



Follow these links to learn more: about our research group, or about the MAQS Project.




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