University of Utah chemical engineering assistant professor Kerry Kelly helped seniors in the U’s School of Computing develop an air quality monitoring system for the Salt Lake Valley that can track data in near real time. The students in the project, called “AirU: Monitoring America’s Air Quality,” have developed software that tracks readings from personal air quality sensors designed and built by Kelly and chemical engineering assistant professor (lecturing) Anthony Butterfield.

The software was on display April 27 in the Catmull Gallery of Warnock Engineering Building for the School of Computing’s annual Senior Capstone Demo Day, which shows off the department’s senior projects.

Team AirU, the seniors in the University of Utah’s School of Computing who developed the software, is comprised of Jared Potter, Taylor Wilson, Zach Lobato and Jared Moor, and they won took first place in the Senior Capstone Demo Day.

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