CO2 Sensing Project in Dillon Gym

Researchers: Dr. Kian Wee Chen (Post Doc), Nick Sudarsky ’23, Dr. Forrest Meggers (Architecture & Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment)

Project Summary: Researchers install CO2 sensors in Dillon Gym to examine air circulation quality, which can be helpful in determining the transmission rates of airborne pollutants and illnesses like COVID-19. This research is ongoing and will be updated as data becomes available. The Campus as Lab initiative promotes research projects like this that have application to the broader community and the world as a whole. COVID-19 research at Princeton can be applied to other public spaces and universities.

Apply for Funding from The High Meadows Foundation Sustainability Fund for your CAL research.