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Department of Chemistry

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2012 - till date. Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Centre for Atmospheric Science, Department of Chemistry at the University of Cambridge where with Professor Rod Jones. My main interest involve studying of a problem of huge significance in the form of air quality and its impact on human health. My work mainly focuses on development and deployment portable air quality sensors. In addition, I am responsible for developing detailed analysis technique for data captured as well as validating air quality models using field data.

My recent research involves deploying, managing and processing of data from a network of air quality sensor nodes at London Heathrow Airport as part of the Sensor Network for Air Quality, SNAQ Project. Part of the aims of the project were to provide source attribution within and around the airport, determine emission indices for different aircraft operation modes as well as comparing measurement data to dispersion model outputs for the airport. More recently, I am involved in a European Commission consortium (Citi-sense project) aimed at monitoring air quality in seven megacities across Europe using low-cost sensor technology. My task mainly will be to field validate the different instruments developed by the various partners within project.


Calibrating chemical multisensory devices for real world applications: An in-depth comparison of quantitative machine learning approaches
S De Vito, E Esposito, M Salvato, O Popoola, F Formisano, R Jones, G Di Francia
– Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical
Development of a baseline-temperature correction methodology for electrochemical sensors and its implications for long-term stability
OAM Popoola, GB Stewart, MI Mead, RL Jones
– Atmospheric Environment
Dynamic neural network architectures for on field stochastic calibration of indicative low cost air quality sensing systems
E Esposito, S De Vito, M Salvato, V Bright, RL Jones, O Popoola
– Sensors and Actuators, B: Chemical
Source attribution of air pollution by spatial scale separation using high spatial density networks of low cost air quality sensors
I Heimann, VB Bright, MW McLeod, MI Mead, OAM Popoola, GB Stewart, RL Jones
– Atmospheric Environment
Dynamic Multivariate Regression For On-Field Calibration Of High Speed Air Quality Chemical Multi-Sensor Systems
S De Vito, P Delli Veneri, E Esposito, M Salvato, V Bright, RL Jones, O Popoola
– 2015 XVIII AISEM Annual Conference
Statistical modelling of pollutant concentration in the urban environment at high spatial and temporal resolution by utilizing data from sensor networks
MD Mueller, D Hasenfratz, O SaUKh, V Bright, I Mead, K Meng, O Popoola, G Stewart, C Hueglin, R Jones
– HARMO 2014 - 16th International Conference on Harmonisation within Atmospheric Dispersion Modelling for Regulatory Purposes, Proceedings
Abatement of an Aircraft Exhaust Plume Using Aerodynamic Baffles
M Bennett, SM Christie, A Graham, KP Garry, S Velikov, DI Poll, MG Smith, MI Mead, OAM Popoola, GB Stewart, RL Jones
– Environmental Science and Technology
The use of electrochemical sensors for monitoring urban air quality in low-cost, high-density networks
MI Mead, OAM Popoola, GB Stewart, P Landshoff, M Calleja, M Hayes, JJ Baldovi, MW McLeod, TF Hodgson, J Dicks, A Lewis, J Cohen, R Baron, JR Saffell, RL Jones
– Atmospheric Environment
Kinetic and equilibrium studies of methylene blue removal from aqueous solution by adsorption on treated sawdust
OS Bello, OM Adelaide, MA Hammed, OAM Popoola
– Macedonian Journal of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
Code supporting "A new processing scheme for ultra-high resolution direct infusion mass spectrometry data"
AT Zielinski, M Kalberer, C Bortolini, C Giorio, SJ Fuller, I Kourtchev, O Popoola
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