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2020-07-02. Carlos Sainz LARUC, University of Cantabria Our research group has experience of over 30 years related with all the aspects related with radon issue, with special focus on radon metrology.

The LARUC of the UC has two major facilities. The main one is the Laboratory of Measurement of Environmental Radioactivity of the University of Cantabria (LARUC), , which is accredited according to the ISO/IEC 17025 for different techniques related with determinations of environmental radioactivity. In addition, the group has an agreement with the National Uranium Company (ENUSA) which allows the use of the facilities of the Natural Radioactivity Laboratory (LNR), located in the uranium mine of Saelices el Chico (Salamanca), where radon measurements, intercomparison exercises and other activities can be carried under realistic field conditions (Naturally changing climatic conditions). This facility is unique in Europe and can play a relevant role in the development of metrological research related with radon.
2020-06-26. Stefan Röttger PTB Calibration sources
2020-06-16. Alexandra Cucos Babes- Bolyai University Our experience of 20 years confirmed both by papers, patents and international projects, we ofer all facilities of our authorized LiRaCC Lab and expertize of our team in next topics: Developing radon control and IAQ technologies for mitigation systems in buildings, Harmonization of energy saving. The development of the ICA+ system which will enable a continuous and interactive monitoring of the most important chemical (radon, VOC, CO, CO2) and material pollutants (PM2.5) present in modern buildings (homes and at workplaces) and outdoor meteorological parameters using an IoT-based system. The developement of IoT-based system is based on the ICA prototype developed and validated by Babes-Bolyai University in the frame of SMART_RAD_EN project, which was certified and tested both in laboratory conditions and in operational environment. The development of a predictive artificial intelligence (AI) module connected to the ICA+ to receive IAQ data and generate proactive prevention strategies.
2020-06-16. Alexandra Cucos Babes- Bolyai University Our experience of 20 years confirmed both by papers, patents and international projects, we ofer all facilities of our authorized LiRaCC Lab and expertize of our team in next topics: Developing radon control and IAQ technologies for mitigation systems in buildings, Harmonization of energy saving. The development of the ICA+ system which will enable a continuous and interactive monitoring of the most important chemical (radon, VOC, CO, CO2) and material pollutants (PM2.5) present in modern buildings (homes and at workplaces) and outdoor meteorological parameters using an IoT-based system. The developement of IoT-based system is based on the ICA prototype developed and validated by Babes-Bolyai University in the frame of SMART_RAD_EN project, which was certified and tested both in laboratory conditions and in operational environment. The development of a predictive artificial intelligence (AI) module connected to the ICA+ to receive IAQ data and generate proactive prevention strategies.

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