Electrical Instrumentation in Environmental Protection

Course Description

Environmental protection and regulations. Monitoring permanent pollution sources. Pollution as result of hazards. Choice of measuring site: air, water, soil. Measurement parameters: gas composition and particles, concentration of components dissolved in water and unspecific parameters, structure and characteristics of soil, microbiological sizes, noise, ionizing and non-ionizing radiation. Sensors and transducers. Instrumentation: hand-held, for continuous monitoring, laboratory. Electrochemical, analytical, optical and microbiological methods.

Study Programmes

Postgraduate doctoral study programme


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Giles Harrison (2014.), Meteorological Measurements and Instrumentation, Wiley-Blackwell
E. W. Finucane (1999.), Concise Guide to Environmental Definitions, Conversions and Formulae, Lewis Publishers
Boeker, E. and Grondelle, R. van (2011.), Environmental Physics. 3rd edition, Wiley
G. L. Hornyak, H. F. Tibbals, J. Dutta, J. J. Moore (2009.), Introduction to Nanoscience & Nanotechnology (Chapter 28: Environmental Nanotechnology)., CRC Press

For students


ID 154915
  Winter semester
L2 English Level
L1 e-Learning