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Jakob Löndahl is a senior researcher in aerosol technology at the Department of Design sciences at Lund University and director of the Aerosol Lab at LU. He has an MSc in engineering physics and in 2009 he received a PhD in physics with a thesis on experimental analyses of inhaled aerosols. For this work he was awarded with the Färs&Frosta prize for outstanding doctoral thesis. In 2010-11 he carried out postdoctoral studies on biological aerosol particles at McGill University, Canada, and Aarhus University, Denmark. Since 2012 his research is mainly focused on health related aspects of aerosol particles, such as transmission of disease through airborne viruses and medical applications of inhaled nanoparticles. Together with Prof. Per Wollmer he is inventor of the Airspace Dimension Assessment (AiDA), which is a novel instrument for diagnosis of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

UKÄ subject classification

  • Medical Engineering
  • Health Sciences
  • Engineering and Technology
  • Nano Technology


  • aerosol
  • lung
  • nanoparticles
  • respiratory disease
  • bioaerosol
  • air pollution


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