INKA-B-ZZP project – quality of living indicator for urban environment (air, sound, traffic) The title of INKA-B-ZZP project comes from its Slovenian equivalent – INdikator KAkovosti Bivanja, which translates to English as the quality of living indicator. This innovative project aims to develop a system to monitor air and sound pollution in cities and recommend […]


CAEmissionMonitor – Determination of primary carbonaceous aerosol emission rates and formation rate of secondary organic aerosol. The proposed project (ARRS L1-4386) aims to develop a simplified and reliable method for the determination of carbonaceous aerosol primary emission fluxes and secondary formation rate with high time resolution, where the dynamics of the atmosphere and dispersion characteristics […]


Tourism Impact Model Dynamic Data Fusion 4 Circular Economy, TIM DDF4CE, solution is a completely new and innovative service in the field of air pollution prevention and control as part of the transition to a circular economy. The solution combines accurate measurement of airborne particulate matter, specifically carbonaceous aerosols and their components, with various other […]


Quantitative optical methods for advanced real-time characterization of ambient air particulate matter (PM) pollution. The objective of the proposed research project (ARRS QOM J2-2502) is to develop new, innovative methods for measuring the optical properties of aerosols (absorption coefficient, scattering coefficient, scattering phase function, and refractive index) in real-time. More detailed and complete information on […]


The main goal of the project is the development of a new computational and analytical platform for dynamic decision-making support and determination of air quality indicators with automatic analysis and energy efficiency measures in a smart city, named SMART CITY-energy platform. The platform is devised for end users, developers, policymakers and other stakeholders. The content […]


The primary purpose of the ARRS STRAP J1-1716 project (Sources, transport, and fate of persistent air pollutants) is to investigate the origin, transport, dispersion, and fate of persistent pollutants such as Black Carbon (BC). Poor air quality is one of the most pressing problems in urban areas negatively impacting human health and the quality of […]


The purpose of the AerOrbi project is to develop a new combined instrument for real-time aerosol particle characterization. It includes optical determination of Black Carbon concentrations with a modified Aethalometer, speciation of Black Carbon sources, and analysis of the chemical composition of particles with a highly sensitive photo-ionization mass spectrometer. The final product is a […]


The main goal of the project DNAAP (Detection of Non-Anthropogenic Air Pollution) is  development and construction of an innovative and commercially available solution for: Measurement and interpretation of anthropogenic contribution of aerosol emissions (air pollution due to human activities). Evaluation of geographic distribution and natural contributions of aerosol concentration in South Europe.   With innovative measurements and […]


Smart Black Carbon Street Light SBC-SL project is a solution for smart prediction of air pollution for traffic control. This will allow planners and managers of urban transport infrastructure to review, evaluate the efficiency, and to on-line adjust measures based on the forecast of exceeded Black Carbon (BC) air concentrations in certain parts of the […]


Goal of the MECEDES project is development of methodology and instrumentation for the independent on-road identification of vehicles that disproportionally contribute to vehicle fleet emissions. So-called super emitters contribute the same amount of Black Carbon emission as a few or even up to 100 vehicles with normal emission levels. Our research investigations indicate that one-quarter […]