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Annual Aerosol Science Conference 2017 - "Pushing the Limits in Aerosol Measurements and Simulations"

9th Nov 2017

Birmingham

Our Annual Aerosol Science Conference, now celebrating its 31st year, provides a forum for like-minded aerosol scientists from both academia and industry to network & share knowledge. This year’s conference theme is:

Pushing the limits in aerosol measurements and simulations”

Aerosol processes are extremely complex, occurring over wide ranges in timescale and lengthscale, and extending to dense sprays and clouds. Refined measurement and simulation techniques are essential to adequately capture the microphysical detail while describing collective large scale effects and identifying new phenomena.

A focus of this meeting will be to explore the challenges faced in aerosol characterisation and simulation and how these challenges are being addressed.

Speakers

Professor Jim Haywood University of Exeter/Met Office

Barbara D’Anna – French National Centre for Scientific Research

Professor Robert Price University of Bath

Call for Abstracts

Deadline – Monday 16th October 2017 

Submissions for podium and poster abstracts are now invited.

To encourage cooperation, collaboration, communication and conviviality we will be recognizing outstanding scientific excellence from our junior scientist’s contributions.

Please read and follow the abstract guidelines and submit your (max 1 page) abstract as a Word document using the abstract template below:

 Abstract Template AASC 

Abstract Guidelines AASC2017

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Annual Aerosol Science Conference 2017 - "Pushing the Limits in Aerosol Measurements and Simulations"

9th Nov 2017

Birmingham


Ticket includes
  • Entrance to full programme of lectures
  • Access to scientific poster exhibition
  • Admission to the industry exhibition
  • Lunch & refreshments (vegetarian options will be available however should you have any other dietary requirements please contact us by 20th October).
  • Interactive industry exhibitor demonstrations
  • Pre-conference networking drinks reception on the evening of the 8th November
Pricing Non-member Member

Student Delegate Ticket

100.00

50.00

Academic Delegate Ticket

125.00

75.00

Industry Delegate Ticket

125.00

75.00

Retired Delegate Ticket

100.00

50.00

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Please note that FREE annual Society membership is included within the non-member ticket price for this event (a single use discount code & instructions will be sent with your registration confirmation email).

Robert Nishida

PhD Candidate, University of Cambridge.

'The Annual Aerosol Society Conference showcases high quality presentations of fundamental concepts and practical applications of aerosol science relevant to my research'

Oliver F Bischof

Director TSI - Europe, Middle East & Africa and Board Member - Gesellschaft für Aerosolforschung (GAeF)

The conference has established itself as the professional home of every aerosol scientist in the UK and Ireland, no matter if you are an undergraduate just new to the field or an experienced researcher, from either academia or industry. It presents an easy-going, uncomplicated environment to listen to outstanding speakers, to learn about emerging aerosol research topics and to network with colleagues and friends. One of my great personal pleasures is to visit the poster session and hear directly from young researchers about their work. The Annual Aerosol Science Conference presents an excellent meeting platform and I can absolutely recommend joining it!