CERC to present at the Harmo20 conference
CERC are pleased to be part of the upcoming 20th international Harmo conference (Harmo20), to be held online between 14 - 18 June 2021. This conference series is part of an initiative aimed at harmonising dispersion modelling for regulatory purposes.
James O'Neill will present work on the development and evaluation of a model for pollutant dispersion from elevated roads. These developments will be included in the next general release of ADMS-Roads and were funded by Highways England under the SBRI Innovate UK 'Developing digital roads and improving air quality' competition.
Our managing director, David Carruthers, will also chair a session on the topic of 'Urban scale and street canyon modelling: Meteorology, air quality and passive control systems'.