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Ninad Chitnis

PhD Student

 

Ninad Chitnis was born in Mumbai, India. He joined the IT'IS Foundation in August 2022.

 

Ninad completed his bachelor’s in electronics engineering in Mumbai, He then came to Zurich for his master’s where he specialized in RF electronics and photonics.

Ninad graduated from ETH in June 2021, he will be working working on future exposure assessment systems.

 

 

 

PUBLICATION LIST

Peer-reviewed articles

Birks, L.E., Wel, L.v., Liorni, I., Pierotti, L., Guxens, M., Huss, A., Foerster, M., Capstick, M.H., Eeftens, M., El Marroun, H., Estarlich, M., Gallastegi, M., Safont, L.G., Joseph, W., Santa-Marina, L., Thielens, A., Torrent, M., Vrijkotte, T., Wiart, J., Röösli, M., Cardis, E., Vermeulen, R. & Vrijheid, M. Radiofrequency electromagnetic fields from mobile communication: Description of modeled dose in brain regions and the body in European children and adolescents. Environmental Research, 193(February 2021):110505, 2021, doi:10.1016/j.envres.2020.110505

 

Conference proceedings

Birks, L.E., Wel, L.v., Liorni, I., Pierotti, L., Guxens, M., Huss, A., Foerster, M., Capstick, M.H., Eeftens, M., El Marroun, H., Estarlich, M., Gallastegi, M., Safont, L.G., Joseph, W., Santa-Marina, L., Thielens, A., Torrent, M., Vrijkotte, T., Wiart, J., Röösli, M., Cardis, E., Vermeulen, R. & Vrijheid, M. Radiofrequency electromagnetic fields from mobile communication: Description of modeled dose in brain regions and the body in European children and adolescents. Environmental Research, 193(February 2021):110505, 2021, doi:10.1016/j.envres.2020.110505