Aerosols in the News
- Milan, Italy14th - 18th March 2016
- London, UK5th April 2016
- London, UK6th - 8th April 2016
- Barcelona, Spain20th - 22nd April 2016
- Lisbon, Portugal1st - 4th May 2016
The Aerosol Society aims to support the study and science of airborne particles.
Our members are drawn from both industry and academia covering a wide range of disciplines from environmental health and climatology to pharmaceutical devices and nanotechnology.
By joining the Aerosol Society you will have the opportunity to meet thought-leaders in this exciting area of science and have access to a network of people with interests in every aspect of aerosol science.
The Royal Institution, a prestigious and iconic venue in the heart of London’s Mayfair,
renowned for its scientific heritage over hundreds of years is now the inspiring setting for:
Focus Meeting 8
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 will provide a forum to present exciting new instrumentation and
discuss the challenges that still exist in aerosol science.
We invite poster and oral presentations that discuss recent advances in aerosol measurement technology.
Professor Neil Donahue Carnegie Mellon University
Professor Jose-Luis Jimenez University of Colorado
Includes interactive demonstrations from leading industry experts, lunch, refreshments & entry to The Royal Institution Museum.
For registration and abstract submission information please click here
Abstract Deadline 4th March 2016
The society promotes aerosol science by organising conferences, providing educational training and by supporting our student members with bursaries and awards. We have financially supported the attendance of a number of UK students at international conferences in order to present their work and we award a scholarship annually to a post-graduate studying aerosol science at a UK or Irish University.
**Please note the deadline for the DDL & Aerosol Society Small Research Grants is 8th April 2016**
Become a member today and receive a monthly e-newsletter from the Society, discounted rates on our meetings and conferences, access to a network of experts in the area of aerosol science and access to historical abstracts and papers from previous conferences.