The Society annually presents a number of awards to junior scientist members of The Aerosol Society in the form of bursaries to financially assist with attendance to overseas aerosol science related conferences and events where an abstract submission has been successful and chosen for presentation.
The aim of this support (towards travel/accomodation/registration fees) is to give our members the opportunity to present their excellent aerosol research, provide an opportunity to network with the international community and advance their careers.
These travel awards are also available to our junior scientist members to attend the Aerosol Society annual DDL (Drug Delivery to the Lungs) Conference and the European Aerosol Conference when held in the UK. Upon return from their conferences, our Junior Scientists are requested to submit a report detailing their experience and the value it added to their early career work.
Damián Oyarzún – University College London – 11th International Conference on Air Quality – Science and Application
Alexandra Marsh – University of Bristol – European Aerosol Conference 2017, Zurich.
Sov Atkinson – Plymouth University – Shipping and the Environment – From Regional to Global Perspectives, Gothenburg, Sweden.
Camille Bilger – University of Cambridge – Sixteenth International Conference on Numerical Combustion (NC17), Orlando, Florida, USA
Alison Connolly – National University of Ireland, Galway – International Society of Exposure Science (ISES), North Carolina, USA
Catherine Rolph – The Open University – 9th International Symposium on Modern Principles of Air Monitoring and Biomonitoring (AIRMON 2017), Germany
Alison Connolly – National University of Ireland, Galway – Annual International Society of Exposure Science (ISES) Meeting, Utrecht, Netherlands.
Robert Nishida – University of Cambridge – AAAR – American Association for Aerosol Research, 35th Annual Conference, Portland, Oregon, USA.
Pippa Douglas – Imperial College London – 28th Annual Conference: International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE), Rome, Italy.
Aleksandra Marsh – University of Bristol – Towards a Molecular Level Understanding of Atmospheric Aerosol (MLUAA), Chaminade, CA, USA.
Áine Broderick – National University of Ireland, Galway – Indoor Air 2016, Ghent, Belgium.
Melania Gorgetti – University of East Anglia –The 43rd Annual Meeting & Exposition of the Controlled Release Society (CRS), Seattle, Washington, USA.
Ross Herbert – Department of Meteorology, University of Reading – European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2016, Vienna, Austria.
Adel Mohammed – Liverpool John Moores University –American Association Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS), National Biotechnology Conference, Boston, USA.
Bryan Bzdek – University of Bristol – American Chemical Society National Meeting, Colarado, USA.
Michael Cotterill – University of Bristol – SPIE Optics and Photonics Nanoscience and Engineering, California, USA.
Olusegun Fawole – University of Birmingham – EAC (European Aerosol Conference) 2015, Milan, Italy.
Salman Malik – University College London –Aerosol Technology 2015, Finland.
James McGrath – National University of Ireland, Galway – Healthy Buildings 2015 Europe, Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
Eligible applicants must meet the following criteria:
When submitting an application for travel support, the following supporting information is required in addition to the accepted abstract: