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Department of Chemistry

 

Research Associate in the group of Professor Rod Jones at the Centre for Atmospheric Science. Lia works on the COPE project: Characterising Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Exacerbations using Environmental Exposure Modelling. The aim of this study is to provide a robust evidence base for policy makers and members of the public to take more targeted and efficient decisions on reducing environmental risk.

Lia’s research interests focus on the association between indoor air quality and well-being of the occupants. Her PhD was partially based on the large European project SINPHONIE funded by the European Commission, which aimed to diminish respiratory disease in primary and nursery educational settings. 

 

Selected publications

 

Journal Papers

Chatzidiakou, L., Mumovic, D., Summerfield, A.J. (2014) Is CO2 a good proxy for IAQ in classrooms? Part 1: The interrelationships between thermal conditions, CO2 levels, ventilation rates and selected indoor pollutants. CIBSE Building Services Engineering Research and Technology Journal (BSER&T)(in press)

Chatzidiakou, L., Mumovic, D., Summerfield, A.J. (2014) Is CO2 a good proxy for IAQ in classrooms? Part 2: Health outcomes and perceived IAQ in relation to classroom exposure and building characteristics. CIBSE Building Services Engineering Research and Technology Journal (BSER&T)(in press)

Chatzidiakou, L., Mumovic, D., Summerfield, A.J., Altamirano-Medina, H. (2014) Indoor air quality in London schools. Part 1: Performance in Use. Intelligent Buildings International, (in press)

Chatzidiakou, L., Mumovic, D., Summerfield, A.J., Taubel, M., Hyvarinen, A. (2014) Indoor air quality in London schools. Part 2: Long-term integrated assessment. Intelligent Buildings International, (in press)

Chatzidiakou, L., Summerfield, A.J., Mumovic, D., Hong. S. (2014) Low carbon vs Victorian school design: indoor air quality, energy performance and health responses. Indoor and Built Environment, 23(3), 417-432.

Chatzidiakou, L., Mumovic, D., Summerfield, A.J. (2012) What do we know about Indoor Air Quality in School Classrooms? A critical review of the literature, Intelligent Buildings International, 4(4), 228-259.

Conference Papers

Chatzidiakou, L., Mumovic, D., Summerfield, A. (2013) Low Carbon vs Victorian school design: Indoor Air Quality and Health Responses. ASHRAE, Environmental Health in Low Energy Buildings, Vancouver, Canada, 15-18 Oct 2013. HVAC&R Research.

Chatzidiakou, L., Mumovic, D., Summerfield, A. (2012) Indoor Air Quality and Thermal Comfort Conditions in Three Primary Victorian Schools in Central London. 10th International Conference Healthy Buildings. Brisbane, Australia 8-12 July 2012.

Book Chapters

Chatzidiakou, L., Jones, B., Mumovic, D. (2014). Indoor Air Quality and Ventilation Monitoring. In: D. Mumovic, K. Santamouris, A handbook of sustainable building design and engineering: an integrated approach to energy, health and operational performance. (in press)

Chatzidiakou, L., Pathan, A., Summerfield, A., Mumovic D. (2010). Environmental and Behavioural Factors Affecting Air Conditioning Use in a Residential Sector in Sustainable Environmental Design in Architecture: Impacts on Health, edited by: P. Pardalos and S. Rassia, Springer Publishers, Berlin. ISBN: 978-1-4419-0744-8 (Print) 978-1-4419-0745-5 (Online).

Technical Reports

Chatzidiakou, L., Mumovic, D. Dockrell, J. (2014) The Effects of Thermal Conditions and Indoor Air Quality on Health, Comfort and Cognitive Performance of Students: A Review of the Literature. Built Offsite, London. ISBN: 978-0-9930137-3-7 (Print).

 

Publications

Characterising low-cost sensors in highly portable platforms to quantify personal exposure in diverse environments
L Chatzidiakou, A Krause, OAM Popoola, A Di Antonio, M Kellaway, Y Han, FA Squires, T Wang, H Zhang, Q Wang, Y Fan, S Chen, M Hu, JK Quint, B Barratt, FJ Kelly, T Zhu, RL Jones
– Atmospheric Measurement Techniques Discussions
(2019)
1
Recruitment of patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) from the Clinical Practice Research Datalink (CPRD) for research
JK Quint, E Moore, A Lewis, M Hashmi, K Sultana, M Wright, L Smeeth, L Chatzidiakou, R Jones, S Beevers, S Kolozali, F Kelly, B Barratt
– Primary Care Respiratory Journal
(2018)
28,
21
Global Associations between Air Pollutants and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Hospitalizations: A Systematic Review.
E Moore, L Chatzidiakou, M-O Kuku, RL Jones, L Smeeth, S Beevers, FJ Kelly, B Barratt, JK Quint
– Ann Am Thorac Soc
(2016)
13,
1814
The economic benefits of reducing the levels of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) near primary schools: The case of London.
C Guerriero, L Chatzidiakou, J Cairns, D Mumovic
– Journal of environmental management
(2016)
181,
615
Indoor air quality in London schools. Part 2: long-term integrated assessment
L Chatzidiakou, D Mumovic, AJ Summerfield, M Tàubel, A Hyvärinen
– Intelligent Buildings International
(2015)
7,
130
Is CO2 a good proxy for indoor air quality in classrooms? Part 1: The interrelationships between thermal conditions, CO2 levels, ventilation rates and selected indoor pollutants
L Chatzidiakou, D Mumovic, A Summerfield
– Building Services Engineering Research and Technology
(2015)
36,
129
Indoor air quality in London schools. Part 1: ‘performance in use’
E Chatzidiakou, D Mumovic, AJ Summerfield, HM Altamirano
– Intelligent Buildings International
(2015)
7,
1
Is CO2 a good proxy for indoor air quality in classrooms? Part 2: Health outcomes and perceived indoor air quality in relation to classroom exposure and building characteristics
L Chatzidiakou, D Mumovic, A Summerfield
– Building Services Engineering Research and Technology
(2015)
36,
162
A Victorian school and a low carbon designed school: Comparison of indoor air quality, energy performance, and student health
L Chatzidiakou, D Mumovic, AJ Summerfield, SM Hong, H Altamirano-Medina
– Indoor and Built Environment
(2014)
23,
417
Indoor air quality and thermal comfort conditions in 3 primary victorian schools in central london
L Chatzidiakou, D Mumovic, A Summerfield
– 10th International Conference on Healthy Buildings 2012
(2012)
3,
2323
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Research Group

Telephone number

01223 336345 (shared)

Email address

ec571@cam.ac.uk