Online training course New approaches to air quality data analytics and pollution source assessment for better air quality management

Air quality monitoring, data generation and analytics are critical steps for better air quality management in urban centres. Air quality data analysis, pollution source assessment complemented by public health linkages provide crucial evidence in understanding and identifying key air pollutants, their contribution to hotspot area identification and assessmentand formulating source-specific intervention strategies for air pollution mitigation.

New approaches and techniques such as advanced instrumentations, real-time monitoring, low-cost and cost-effective monitoring and methods, satellite-based air quality monitoring, real-time source apportionment and integrated and dynamic emission inventory are emerging globally. 

This online training course represents our initiative to promote good regulatory practices, enhance knowledge and build capacity on understanding air quality monitoring data analytics and pollution source assessment and deepen understanding within the larger context of air pollution mitigation. 

This fortnight long course is designed for the government officials, practitioners, professionals, consultants, academics, researchers, students etc to understand and build knowledge and insights into the imperative of air quality data and analytics and its linkages to strategies and interventions within the air quality management perspective. 

Course structure

This online training course will be conducted on the Moodle and Zoom platforms through a variety of tools such as recorded video lectures, classroom exercises, reading materials and resources, audio/visual methods including short films and interviews, and interactions with key experts. The programme will cover the following:

Module 1: Understanding air quality data for better air quality management

Module 2: Strengtheningair quality monitoring

Module 3: Understanding air quality index and health implications

Module 4: Air quality data analytics

Module 5: New air quality monitoring and assessment approaches including satellite-based monitoring

Module 6: Air quality forecasting

Module 7: Air pollution sources identification and assessment

Module 8: Understanding source apportionment and dynamic and integrated emission inventory

Module 9: Regulatory framework for air quality management

The self-paced training has been designed in such a way that it can be completed along with a regular job or study

Who can apply?

  • Government officials from departments involved with air quality monitoring and management
  • Professionals, consultants and practitioners helping with strategy development in cities
  • NGOs and civil society groups involved in air pollution sensitisation, outreach and communications
  • Academicians and researchers
  • Students aiming to enrich curriculum and shaping careers in this sector
  • Media persons writing on air pollution issue

For more information, please contact 

Shubhansh Tiwari
Mobile: +91-8448337484
Email: shubhansh.tiwari@cseindia.org

Priyanka Chandola
Mobile: +91 – 9810414938
Email: priyanka@cseindia.org

 

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Course Dates
July 1-14, 2024
Course Fee
Rs 3,500 for Indian participants
US $100 for International participants
Early bird entries (till June 26, 2024) can avail a discount of 10 per cent. Two or more participants coming from the same organisation can avail a total discount of 20 per cent.

Fees once paid are not returnable/refundable or transferable
Certificate: Participants will be awarded a certificate of participation on completion of the course