InChildHealth aims to identify determining factors in indoor air quality of and its impact on the health of schoolchildren, in order to correct the air quality and reduce the burdens of illnesses in this group.

InChildHealth integrates research in health, environment, technical, and social science in order to identify determinants of indoor air quality and evaluate its impact in environments occupied by schoolchildren. The research is centered on chemical products, particle concentrations, microorganisms, and physical parameters in the following: schools, homes, sport facilities and transportation.

This project is financed by the Horizon Europe program and coordinated by Aalto University in Finland.

InChildHealth has the participation of 14 partners: universities, science agencies, foundations and businesses from nine different countries. These countries include: Switzerland, Finland, Austria, Denmark, Greece, Spain, Portugal, United Kingdom and Australia.

  1. University of Oulu, Finland
  2. State Agency Super Council of Scientific Investigations
  3. Polytechneio Kritis, Greece
  4. Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, Austria
  5. Polytechnic Institute of Lisbon, Portugal
  6. Associate of the Higher Technical Institute for Research and Development, Portugal
  7. National Center for Scientific Research “Demokritos”, Greece
  8. Aarhus University, Denmark
  9. Barcelona Institute for Global Health, Spain
  10. Zentrum Fuer Soziale Innovation GmbH, Austria
  11. Sens Solutions SL, Spain
  12. Csem Center Suisse D’electronique et de Microtechnique SA Recherhe et Development, Switzerland
  13. Monash University, Australia
  14. University of Essex, United Kingdom
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