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Programme

Thursday 17th November (11:00-17:30)

10:30-11:00

Registration 

11:00-12:00

Welcome and Session 1 (Platform presentations)

11:00-11:15

Dan Hardy (University of Bristol) – Probing Particle Formation via Droplet Drying with Accurate Simulations and Inflight Imaging.

11:15-11:30

Kate Wildish-Jones (Newcastle University) – Reaction monitoring in optically trapped aerosols using in situ Raman spectroscopy

11:30-11:45

Alison Bain (University of Bristol) – The impact of nonionic surfactants on aerosol surface tension

11:45-12:00

Rulan Qiao (University of Cambridge) – A novel aerosol synthesis route of iron nanoparticles with controllable size and polydispersity induced by corona discharge

12:00-12:15

Coffee Break 

12:15-13:15

Session 2 (Platform presentations)

12:15-12:30

Alison Buckley (UK Health Security Agency) – How not to kill cells (and hopefully carry out some useful toxicology): validation of an Aerosol Exposure Air-Liquid-Interface system to facilitate realistic hazard identification of nano-aerosols

12:30-12:45

Aida Maaz (University of Bath) – Inhalable PLGA nanoparticles for nose-to-brain drug delivery (NTBDD) via a pMDI device

12:45-13:00

Jianghan Tian (University of Bristol) – Exhalation and inhalation dynamics of aerosols and airborne disease transmission

13:00-13:15

Sterghios Moschos (Northumbria University) – SARS-CoV-2 RNA detected at infectious levels in the distal lung fine aerosols of all acutely symptomatic COVID-19 patients.

13:15-14:45

Lunch and Poster Session 1 (see Posters 1 tab above)

14:45-15:30

Session 3 – Plenary Talk – Gerhard Scheuch – “SARS CoV 2 transmitted by breathing only”

15:30-16:30

Exhibitors Sessions 

16:30-16:45

Coffee Break 

16:45-17:30

Session 4 (Platform presentations)

16:45-17:00

Michael Hedges (Imperial College London) – PM2.5, NO2 and O3 exposure assessment on London’s subway and overground trains

17:00-17:15

Lena Ciric (UCL) – Impact of ventilation and partitions on numbers and sizes of aerosols in indoor spaces

17:15-17:30

Rhianna Evans (University of York) – Characterising the chemical composition of domestic wood burning aerosol using LC-Orbitrap-MS in chamber studies

17:30

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Friday 18th November (09:30-16:45)

09:00-09:30

Welcome and Registration 

09:30-10:45

Session 5 – Plenary Talk – Dominique Despeyroux “Translating science into robust military capability: challenges and successes” + platform presentations:

10:15-10:30

Olivia Jackson (University of Manchester) – Understanding Atmospheric Transport Properties of Pesticides Using Mass Spectrometry

10:30-10:45

Ian Crawford (University of Manchester) – Pathways to real-time BioPM exposure monitoring and modelling

10:45-11:00

Centre for Doctoral Training in Aerosol Science 

11:00-11:15

Coffee Break 

11:15-12:00

Session 6 (Platform presentations)

11:15-11:30

Mohsen Kazemimanesh (NPL) – Portable Emissions Measurement System (PEMS) Metrology for Improved Vehicle Exhaust Quantification

11:30-11:45

Deepchandra Srivastava (University of Birmingham) – Characteristics and Sources of Delhi aerosol: an overview centred on filter-based observations

11:45-12:00

Daniel Bryant (University of York) – Is it possible to overcome the lack of authentic standards in quantification of biogenic secondary organic aerosol tracers?

12:00-12:30

Aerosol Society AGM

12:30-14:00

Lunch and Poster Session 2 (see Posters 2 tab above)

14:00-15:15

Session 7 – Plenary Talk – Zongbo Shi“Understanding Sources and Drivers of Size-Resolved Aerosol Using a Receptor Model Coupled with Explainable Machine Learning” + Platform presentations:

14:45-15:00

Daniel Moon (Heriot-Watt University) – Uptake and Dynamics of OH Radicals onto Organic-Aerosol-Surface Proxies using Real-Space LIF Imaging

15:00-15:30

Coffee Break

15:30-16:30

Session 8 (Platform presentations)

15:30-15:45

Yu Wang (ETH Zürich) – By how much can co-condensation of semi-volatile compounds alter clouds?

15:45-16:00

Sri Hapsari Budisulistiorini (University of York) – Identification of nitroaromatic species in PM2.5 during the winter of 2022 in Manchester

16:00-16:15

Zainab Irfan (University of the Punjab) – Association among air pollutants, black carbon and White Sky Albedo at Hindukush, Karakorum and Himalaya Glaciers

16:15-16:30

Alfred Mayhew (University of York) – Secondary Organic Aerosol Formation from Isoprene Epoxynitrates

16:30-16:45

Awards

16:45

CLOSE 

 

Poster Session 1, Thursday 17th November (13:15-14:45)

Poster 1

Jonathan Symonds
Using the Aerodynamic Aerosol Classifier (AAC) as a variable impactor

Poster 2

Cyprien Jourdain
In-flight measurement of nanoparticle surface area and volume

Poster 3

Yiliang Lance Jiang
Development of Dual Aerodynamic Particle Sizers Method to Explore Hygroscopic Evaporation and Growth in Aerosol Plumes

Poster 4

Yalan He
Hygroscopicity of B-D-Glucose and FDG

Poster 5

Manar Almazrouei
The Effect of Synthesis Conditions on The Physical and Electrochemical Properties of Layered Oxide Cathode Materials Prepared by Spray Pyrolysis     

Poster 6

Cristian Ryan Argamino
Uncertainties associated with detection of volatile and semi-volatile phthalates in atmospheric aerosol

Poster 8

Zulfiqar Ali
Assessment of particulate pollution on roads in Lahore  

Poster 9

Sophie Mills
Constructing a pollen proxy from low-cost OPC sensors using Neural Network and Random Forest methods     

Poster 10

David Tupman
Novel Concentrator and Sampler for Pathogen-containing Bioaerosol, with High Intake Flow Rate for Outdoor Use  

Poster 11

Pradeep Kumar
Microbial indoor air quality is associated with respiratory and general health

Poster 12

Amanda Lea-Langton
Nature of Particulate Emissions from a Small Gasifier Cookstove

Poster 13

Tuan Vu
High-time resolution modelling of home exposure to fine particles

Poster 14

Premkumar Perumal
A Systematic Review of Reviews on Indoor Aerosols Affecting Respiratory and Cardiovascular Health   

Poster 15

Marc Mac Giolla Eain
An evaluation of aerosol delivery via non-invasive ventilation to a simulated spontaneously breathing adult patient

Poster 16

George Adams
Determining the effects of airborne diesel exhaust particulates on lung epithelial cell and macrophage function           

Poster Session 2 Friday 18th November (12:30-14:00)

Poster 1

Zulfiqar Ali
Characterizing the exposure to particulate pollution under varying congestion scenarios in Lahore

Poster 2

Sarawud Saleesongsom
The oxidation kinetics of ferrous iron (Fe2+) in atmospheric aerosols and implications for bioavailable iron into the oceans and terrestrial environments

Poster 3

Calum Day
Characterising the hygroscopicity of chloride and carbonate containing aerosols to quantify multicomponent droplets

Poster 4

Cyprien Jourdain
Effects of nanoparticle coating on aerodynamic and optical properties: a numerical study

Poster 5

Edward Neal
Development of a low cost, 3D printed wind tunnel for particle resuspension studies

Poster 6

Fergus Lidstone-Lane
Computational Modelling of a Novel Semi-Volatile Particulate Matter Detection Device

Poster 7

Adam Milsom
MultilayerPy: a python package for creating and optimising multi-layer models of aerosol and film processes

Poster 8

Zhonghua Zheng
Machine Learning to Quantify the Structural Uncertainty of the Aerosol Mixing State Representation in Earth System Models

Poster 9

Hao Zhang
Deep learning based classification of ice crystals and bioaerosols

Poster 10

Kathleen Thompson
The relationship between surface tension and atmospheric ice-nucleating activity of agricultural soil

Poster 11

Jamie William Knight
Direct spectroscopic measurement of the absorption and scattering properties of a single aerosol particle

Poster 12

Mark Duncan Tarn
Measurement of ice-nucleating particles in the Labrador Sea

Poster 13

Joel Ponsonby
Jet lubrication oil droplets as contrail ice crystal precursors

Poster 14

Joanna Egan
Laboratory experiments to constrain the identity of Venus’s unknown UV absorber

Poster 15

Leon King
Characterising Temperature in a Small Cloud Expansion Chamber Designed for Counting Ice Nucleating Particles

Poster 16

Martin Daily
Airborne and ground-based observations of ice-nucleating particles during deep convective cloud development in New Mexico, USA

Poster 17

George Spence

Development of a Chemical Sense Aerosol Testing Capability