Department of Civil Engineering

Heidi Salonen

Assistant Professor

Contact information

Mobile phone
+358505971173
Full researcher profile
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Description

Professor Salonen's expert areas include: Common factors of indoor air quality; Health effects of indoor air contaminants; Exposure to indoor air contaminants; Assessment of indoor air quality; Material emissions and the effects of building materials on indoor air; Microbiology (measurement methods, laboratory analysis, data analysis); Indoor environment chemistry (measurement methods and laboratory analysis, data analysis); Man-made mineral fibers (MMMF) (measurement methods, laboratory analysis, data analysis); General principles for setting guidelines for indoor environments; Good practice in evaluating indoor air problems; Multi-professional team work; Physical characteristics of the indoor environment that affect health and wellbeing; Design approaches for promoting beneficial indoor environments.

Honors and awards

Award or honor granted for a specific work
Department of Civil Engineering
May 2017

Best paper award, ICCBE 2017: 19th International Conference on Civil and Building Engineering, Montreal Canada

Award or honor granted for a specific work
Department of Civil Engineering
May 2017

Best paper award Best paper award (ICCBE 2017: 19th International Conference on Civil and Building Engineering. Montreal Canada May 11-12, 2017). World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology. International Scientific Research and Experimental Development.

Award or honor granted for a specific work
Department of Civil Engineering
Jan 2017

DI Tuomas Alapietin diplomityön valvonta Oskari Vilamon rahaston diplomityöpalkinnot 2017 vuoden 2016 diplomitöistä myönnetty DI Tuomas Alapietille

Publications

Department of Civil Engineering, Building Design and Construction

Positive pressure effect on moisture performance in a school building

Publishing year: 2019 Journal of Building Physics
Department of Civil Engineering, Building Design and Construction

Human exposure to NO2 in school and office indoor environments

Publishing year: 2019 Environment International
Building Design and Construction, Department of Civil Engineering

An atypical Bacillus anthracis infection in a bull—A potential occupational health hazard

Publishing year: 2019 REPRODUCTION IN DOMESTIC ANIMALS
Department of Civil Engineering, Building Design and Construction

User-centric work environments in modular healthcare facilities

Publishing year: 2019 Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management
Building Design and Construction, Department of Civil Engineering

Penicillium expansum strain isolated from indoor building material was able to grow on gypsum board and emitted guttation droplets containing chaetoglobosins and communesins A, B and D

Publishing year: 2019 Journal of Applied Microbiology
Building Design and Construction, Department of Civil Engineering

Structural diversity and bioactivities of peptaibol compounds from the longibrachiatum clade of the filamentous fungal genus trichoderma

Publishing year: 2019 Frontiers in Microbiology
Department of Civil Engineering

Probability of Abnormal Indoor Air Exposure Categories Compared with Occupants’ Symptoms, Health Information, and Psychosocial Work Environment

Publishing year: 2018 Applied Sciences (Switzerland)
Department of Civil Engineering, Department of Civil and Structural Engineering, Department of Applied Physics

An Evaluation of Boar Spermatozoa as a Biosensor for the Detection of Sublethal and Lethal Toxicity

Publishing year: 2018 Toxins
Department of Civil Engineering

Indoor Trichoderma strains emitting peptaibols in guttation droplets

Publishing year: 2018 Journal of Applied Microbiology
Department of Civil Engineering

Human exposure to ozone in school and office indoor environments

Publishing year: 2018 Environment International