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University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering and College of Veterinary Medicine presents Aerosolized coronavirus & H1N1 inactivation webinar

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2020

Novel air purification technology for potential use in airborne coronavirus & H1N1 removal

Evaluating removal efficiency at relevant flow rates

In the midst of a global pandemic with an airborne virus, The University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering and College of Veterinary Medicine have completed research on novel air purification PECO technology for the inactivation and removal of Porcine Respiratory Coronavirus, Bovine Coronavirus, and the human H1N1 virus.

Novel air purification technology for potential use in airborne coronavirus & H1N1 removal

Evaluating removal efficiency at relevant flow rates

In the midst of a global pandemic with an airborne virus, The University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering and College of Veterinary Medicine have completed research on novel air purification PECO technology for the inactivation and removal of Porcine Respiratory Coronavirus, Bovine Coronavirus, and the human H1N1 virus.

Our speakers

Our speakers

Dr. Chris Hogan

Professor, Dept of Mechanical Engineering, University of Minnesota

Chris Hogan received his PhD from Washington University in Saint Louis in 2008 and was a Post-doctoral Associate at Yale University before joining the University of Minnesota in 2009.  He is an editor at the Journal of Aerosol Science, and his research work focuses on aerosol science and particle technology.

Dr. Montserrat Torremorell

Professor, Dept of Veterinary Population Medicine, College of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Montserrat Torremorell earned her DVM degree from the University Autonomous of Barcelona in 1994 and her PhD from the University of Minnesota in 1999. She is an infectious disease animal health expert with extensive background in disease control, biosecurity strategies and research to improve the health of pigs and their systems.

Dr. Yogi Goswami

Chief Scientist, Molekule & Distinguished Professor, University of South Florida

Dr. Yogi Goswami is the Director of the Clean Energy Research Center, a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and a member of the Florida Inventors Hall of Fame and has published twenty-two books and over 400 peer-reviewed scientific and technical papers on topics including indoor air quality.

Dilip Goswami

Co-Founder, President & CTO, Molekule

Dilip Goswami previously served as VP of Technology at Advanced Technologies & Testing Laboratories where he led research & development. He holds an M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University and B.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Florida.