The Aerosol Society Focus Meeting 8 'Recent Advances in Aerosol Technolgy Measurement'

5 April 2016 09:30-17:15, London, United Kingdom


Atmospheric aerosols play a key role in the atmosphere, impacting the Earths radiative balance, acting as a reactive surface for stratospheric ozone loss and impacting human health. During the last 15 years, aerosol measurement techniques have evolved rapidly with advances in both online and offline techniques. This one day meeting, attracting delegates from both academia and industry, will provide a forum to present exciting new and existing instrumentation and discuss the challenges that still exist in aerosol science.

We are delighted to welcome and look forward to hearing our plenary speakers from the USA,

Professor Neil Donahue, Carnegie Mellon University
Professor Jose-Luis JimenezThe University of Colorado Boulder

who will be presenting in The Conversation Room, supported by additional contributed talks from both our members and sponsors.

  • free entry to The Royal Institution Museum
  • exhibitor demonstrations
  • poster exhibition
  • lunch & refreshments
  • exclusive online abstract access in advance of the meeting
  • conference pack
  • best abstract prizes sponsored by Cambustion
  • great networking opportunities.

Sponsorship & supporting organisations
  • Biral

  • Cambustion

  • TSI

The Royal Institution of Great Britain

Conversation Room, Atrium & Faraday Museum, The Royal Institution of Great Britain, The Royal Institution of Great Britain 21 Albemarle Street , 21 Albemarle Street , London, W1S 4BS, United Kingdom

Organised by

The Aerosol Society

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