Invitation to the EHS Symposium 2022

Irena Kaspar-Ott

Umweltbedingte Krankheitslasten - Grundlagen, klinische Auswirkungen, Umweltzusammenhänge

Das Dritte Augsburger EHS-Symposium lädt sowohl Grundlagenforscher:innen, klinische und nicht-klinische Ärzt:innen und Wissenschaftler:innen sowie Forschende im Bereich der Environmental Health Sciences ein, aus ihrer aktuellen Forschung zu berichten. Im Vordergrund steht die exemplarische Darstellung der Ursache-Wirkungszusammenhänge mit besonderem Fokus auf das kardiovaskuläre System sowie Krebserkrankungen.

 

Monday, 10. Oktober 2022, 14-18


Online via Zoom, Registration: ehs@med.uni-augsburg.de

 

You find the program here

News

AELCM Messbox Christian Koller

Student or research assistant wanted!

Working hours:

30-40 hours/month

 

Your tasks:

  • assistance in building a low-cost sensor network for the air pollution monitoring
  • assistance in the technical design and crafting of measurement devices

Your profile:

  • Student in (Electrical) Engineering, Physics, Design or similar with an interest in electrical engineering
  • Basics or interest in CAD/3D-Printing/PCB-Design
  • Experiences with microcontroller boards (e. g. Arduino, Pycom) are welcome
  • Know-How in soldering is welcome
  • An independent, structured, precise and results-oriented work ethos

Homeoffice is possible. However, as the job entails a bunch of lab work heavily reliant on in-house devices (e. g. 3D-Printer, soldering station), working occasionally in the lab is inevitable. Travel expenses which result from lab work can possibly be refunded. A PC workstation with CAD software (e. g. OpenSCAD, Autodesk Fusion 360, FreeCAD) is available and can also be used remotely.

For more details click here.

If interested, please contact: paul.gaebel@med.uni-augsburg.de

 

 

The professorship on a.tv

In the program "Am Puls" Prof. Dr. Elke Hertig and Sally Jahn present the research at our professorship. Click here for the video (in german):

Am Puls aTV

Press release about our research

"The interplay of ozone pollution, air temperature, climate and human health is being researched by the Augsburg junior scientist Sally Jahn at the Chair of Regional Climate Change and Health. Now she also presented her project at a press conference at one of the largest meetings in the geosciences, the European Geoscience Union (EGU) General Assembly." Click here to read more.

EGU press conference 2022 Jahn

New publication in sensors

Gäbel, P.; Koller, C.; Hertig, E. (2022): Development of Air Quality Boxes Based on Low-Cost Sensor Technology for Ambient Air Quality Monitoring. Sensors, 22, 3830. https://doi.org/10.3390/s2210383

Gaebel publ sensors 2022

New publication in GeoHealth

Jahn, S., & Hertig, E. (2022). Using clustering, statistical modeling, and climate change projections to analyze recent and future region‐specific compound ozone and temperature burden over Europe. GeoHealth, https://doi.org/10.1029/2021GH000561.

Geo Health Jahn 2022

New publication in Heliyon

Kaspar-Ott, I., Olschewski, P., Koller, S., Hyhlik-Duerr, A., Streck, E., Eckstein, H.-H., Radu, O., Hertig, E. (2022): Determination of the influence of weather and air constituents on aortic aneurysm ruptures. Heliyon, 8(4), https://doi.org/10.1016/j.heliyon.2022.e09263

Paper Heliyon Kaspar-Ott 2022

New publication in the book "Klimakrise und Gesundheit"

Kaspar-Ott, I., & Hertig, E. (2021). Der Klimawandel: Wo wir stehen und was uns erwartet. In: Scherer, M., & Berghold, P. Klimakrise und Gesundheit Zu den Risiken einer menschengemachten Dynamik für Leib und Seele. 1. Auflage, V&R Verlag, S. 23-47. https://doi.org/10.13109/9783666407710

Klimakrise und Gesundheit
Temperature extremes and their influence on health

Contact

Office address

Regional Climate Change and Health

Faculty of Medicine

Building 10 (Sigma Technopark), Entrance 10f, 3rd floor

Werner-von-Siemens-Straße 6
86159 Augsburg

 

Post address

Regional Climate Change and Health

Faculty of Medicine

Universität Augsburg
Universitätsstraße 2

86159 Augsburg

 

 

 

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