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Christine Kendrick

Air Quality Lead/Smart Cities Project Manager
City of Portland | Bureau of Planning and Sustainability
Participe à 1 Session
Christine Kendrick is the Air Quality Lead and a Smart Cities Project
Manager for the City of Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability.
She also works closely with the Portland Bureau of Transportation
developing use cases, research objectives and guidelines related to the
deployment of sensors in the public right of way. Christine has a PhD in
Environmental Science and Resources with a focus on urban air quality
from Portland State University. Her work investigates how the roadside
environment can be improved through the use of air quality and
traffic-related data. Christine also has a background in toxicology
research characterizing inhalation exposures to jet propulsion fuel and
trichloroethylene air sampling in industrial and residential areas. She
completed her BS in Environmental Health Science from the College of
Public Health at the University of Georgia.

Sessions auxquelles Christine Kendrick participe

Mardi 6 Juin, 2017

Fuseau horaire: (GMT+01:00) Paris
9:00 AM
9:00 AM

International Conference Centre of Geneva (CICG) - Room 4


Nikolaos Kontinakis, EUROCITIES (Modérateur.rice)

Raphael Rollier, Swisscom (Participant.e)

Harin S. Grewal, IMDA Singapore (Participant.e)

Luis Muñoz, University of Cantabria (Participant.e)

Christine Kendrick, City of Portland | Bureau of Planning and Sustainability (Participant.e)

Laurent Horvath, City of Carouge (Participant.e)

Hanna Niemi-Hugaerts, Forum Virium Helsinki (Participant.e)

Adrian Slatcher, City of Manchester (Participant.e)

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