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The overview of the work that will be carried out in the EDIAQI project can be seen below, divided into 7 work packages.

Schema of Governance

Work Packages

Work package 1 – Ethics requirements

The objective of WP1 is to set out the ‘ethics requirements’ that the project must comply with. This is to ensure that all research performed in EDIAQI adheres to ethical principles and all relevant national and international (EU) legislative and professional codes of conduct.

Lead partner
The Lisbon Council for Economic Competitiveness Asbl

Work package 2 – COORDINATE - Management and coordination

WP2 aims at ensuring an effective and smooth implementation of the project along its entire duration. This will include overall and strategic coordination, legal administrative and financial management, as well as management of data and quality issues. Specific objectives of WP2 will be handling all administrative, financial and contractual management aspects, managing and supporting the communication between project partners, as well as with the European Commission.

Lead partner
The Lisbon Council for Economic Competitiveness Asbl

Work package 3 – SCIENCE - identification and characterization of IAP

The aim of WP3 is to design and develop, with the active involvement of pilots and stakeholders, new solutions for identification and characterization of sources and routes of exposure and dispersion of chemical and biological indoor air pollution, e.g. indoor air microbiome and allergens, viral pathogens, household chemicals, biocides in building materials, particulate matter, radon, as well as emerging pollutants.

Lead partner
Leibniz-Institut für Troposphärenforschung e.V

Work package 4 – MONITOR – Pilots, data and campaigns

WP4 is focused on data delivery, increasing value of the data, hardware solutions and monitoring. Data management protocols will be defined in WP5, for ensuring FAIR data management, secure data sharing and reproducible analytics. Four pilot studies and four campaigns will be set up, rolled out and assessed, following planned times and outcomes standardized according to aforementioned data management protocols and data interoperability standards.

Lead partner
Know-Center Gmbh Research Center For Data-Driven Business & Big Data Analytics

Work package 5 – TOX & HEALTH – Cohorts, health effects and toxicology

WP5 aims at assessing both short- and long-term effects of indoor air pollution on human health. This will be done in a 2-way approach: one, by building on existing data from well-established and well characterized cohorts, using innovative machine learning and techniques and algorithms, and by recruiting new cohorts, as well as implementing new research (observational and interventional studies in Pilots 3 and 4).

Lead partner
Institut za medicinska istrazivanja i medicinu rada

Work package 6 – GUIDE – Policy creation, recommendations and training

WP6 aims at combining of all previous work as a plan of action, towards the development and delivery of the EDIAQI Clean Air Act 2050 Roadmap. WP6 will provide a synthesis of lessons learnt from the application of EDIAQI, which will serve for the public awareness activies, including preparation of guidelines and training materials for interventions, supporting health promotion and disease prevention in various sectors.

Lead partner
Universidad de Sevilla

Work package 7 – EXPLOIT – Dissemination, communication and exploitation

WP7's main focus is to maximize the impact of the project by ensuring proper communication and dissemination of the project results and subsequently to raise awareness to the scientific, industrial, and general public communities. Specific objectives include to define a dissemination and communication strategy of the project concept, developments and findings to identified stakeholders (i.e.

Lead partner
The Lisbon Council for Economic Competitiveness Asbl

Leadership team

Project Coordinator
Francesco Mureddu - The Lisbon Council

Scientific Director
Mario Lovrić - Know-Center

Chief Technical Officer
Mira Pöhlker - Leibniz-Institut für Troposphärenforschung e.V.

Chief Officer Ethics and Health
Goran Gajski - Institut za medicinska istraživanja i medicinu rada

Chief Sustainability Officer
Jesica Fernández-Agüera - Universidad de Sevilla

Innovation Manager
David Osimo - The Lisbon Council