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Research presentation

Mikael Björling

Mikael Björling är docent i kemi vid ATM.

Research presentation

Mikael Björling

Accociate Professor in Physical Chemistry
Senior Lecturer in Chemistry

Research subject: Chemistry
Research domain: Environmental engineering

Mikael Björling belongs to the research group environmental technology and is interested in, among other things, air quality. Mikael also conducts research in subject didactics and learning of natural sciences.


Right now, Mikael Björling is involved in a research project on ventilation and conservation in collaboration with the University of Oslo prior to the remodeling of the Viking Museum in Oslo and a project on ventilation in schools in New Zealand in collaboration with the University of Auckland. Mikael is also the lead supervisor for Dan Wahlborg, who researches the release of allergens from birch pollen.


  • Publications

Conference papers

Björling, M. & Hjulstad, G. (2021). Air Exchange Rate and Internal Air Flows in a Naturally Ventilated Museum Building. Cold Climate HVAC & Energy 2021: EDP Sciences. 10.1051/e3sconf/202124601003 [More information]
Björling, M. & Hou, J. (2020). Comparison of Pft and Co2 Estimates of Air Exchange Rates in an apartment. Proceedings of The 16th Conference of the International Society of Indoor Air Quality & Climate ONLINE | From November 1, 2020 : Creative & Smart Solutions for Better Built Environments. P. 1211-1215. External link [More information]
Björling, M., Mattsson, M. & Akander, J. (2018). Infiltration of Air into two World Heritage Farmhouses in Sweden during Winter Conditions. Roomvent & Ventilation 2018 : Excellent Indoor Climate and High Performing Ventilation. Helsinki, Finland. P. 1079-1084. [More information]
Björling, M., Kumlin, A. & Carlsson, P. (2018). Local Determination of the Building Envelope Air Leakage. Indoor Air 2018. [More information]
Wahlborg, D., Björling, M. & Andersson, L. (2016). Allergenic potency of birch pollen. Indoor Air 2016 : The 14th International Conference of Indoor Air Quality and Climate, July 3-8 2016, Ghent, Belgium. Conference Proceedings: ISIAQ. External link [More information]
Björling, M., Akander, J. & Steen Englund, J. (2016). On Measuring Air Infiltration Rates Using Tracer Gases in Buildings with Presence Controlled Mechanical Ventilation Systems. Indoor Air 2016: The 14th International Conference of Indoor Air Quality and Climate, July 3-8 2016, Ghent, Belgium : Conference Proceedings: ISIAQ. External link [More information]
Björling, M., Jönsson, D., Bagge, H. & Johansson, D. (2014). Air infiltration into naturally ventilated apartments in multifamily dwellings. Indoor Air 2014 - 13th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate. P. 34-40. [More information]
Björling, M. (2012). Air exchange and ventilation in an underground train station. 10th International Conference on Healthy Buildings 2012 : Vol. 2. P. 1406-1411. External link [More information]
Björling, M., Stymne, H. & Boman, C. (2009).  The Indoor Climate of a Naturally Ventilated Church. Healthy Buildings 2009, Sept 13-18, Syracuse, NY USA: IAQ. P. 1-4. External link [More information]
van Stam, J., Briscoe, S., Kronberg, B., Karlsson, G. & Björling, M. (2007). Thermodynamic understanding of Alkanes' solubility in tenside hydrocarbon layers. . [More information]
Björling, M., Stymne, H., Mattsson, M. & Blomqvist, C. (2007). Ventilation measurements combined with pollutant concentration measurements discriminates between high emission rates and insufficient ventilation. IAQVEC 2007 Indoor Air Quality Ventilation and Energy Conservation : sustainable Buildings. P. 2. P. 393-400. External link [More information]
Hansson, P., Björling, M. & Stymne, H. (2004). Permeation of the tracer gas SF6 through three common building materials with and without surface treatment. Proceedings of Roomvent 2004 : 9th International Conference on Air Distribution in Rooms, Coimbra, Portugal. [More information]
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