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Monday Jun 12, 2023
Monday Jun 12, 2023
With the wildfire season upon North America again, we welcome Brett Stinson to discuss this timely topic on this episode, along with a low cost air cleaner his team developed for at-home use during emergency situations.
Brett Stinson graduated from Portland State University with a BS in Mechanical Engineering in 2022. He is currently working on a MS degree in Mechanical Engineering from the same university. He is also a Research Assistant for the Healthy Buildings Research Laboratory, also associated with Portland State University. His recent research has included wildfires, indoor air quality in a middle school, and the development of a air-filtration device to be used in homes during wildfires.