The Aerosol Society presents ‘Covid-19 and related inhalational infections: Current trends, future challenges and opportunities in aerosol science’. A four-part series on aerosol transmission of COVID19 and other infectious aerosols covering key aspects: sources, aerosol generation, transmission, sampling, diseases, control measures and mitigations.
Each week will be short and engaging focussing on a specific topic and have a combination of invited speakers, oral presentations and short/poster presentations. The series focusses on the current state of knowledge, creating a platform to generate discussion by focussing on some of the gaps in aerosol knowledge and where aerosol science can help address these gaps. The meeting provides a forum for like-minded scientists from both academia and industry to share knowledge.
The webinars are free and open to all to attend but you will have to register in advance for each session so we can gauge the level of demand.
To register for Session 1 (30th Sept) or to submit an abstract, please click here
To register for Session 2 (7th Oct) or to submit an abstract, please click here
To register for Session 3 (14th Oct) or to submit an abstract, please click here
To register for Session 4 (21st Oct) or to submit an abstract, please click here
Organising Committee (Focus Meeting 16)
Dr. James McGrath (Chair) – NUI Galway
Dr. Richard Thomas – DSTL
Prof. Catherine Noakes – University of Leeds
Dr. Amanda Lea-Langton – University of Manchester
Prof. Ian Colbeck – University of Essex
Dr. Simon Parker – DSTL
Dr. Daniel McCluskey – University of Hertfordshire,
Dr. Adam Boies – University of Cambridge
Call for Abstracts
You are now able to submit an abstract for either an Oral presentation (15 minutes) or Short/Poster Presentation (5 minutes) for any of the related sessions. Click below to download the abstract template.
Deadline for abstracts: 5 pm on Thursday, 10th Sept 2020.
Please submit your abstract as a word document via our webpage.