On the 8th-9th November 2017 the Aerosol Society will be holding two events at the University of Birmingham.
A course on the “Fundamentals of Aerosol Science 2017” will be held on the 8th November – find out more here.
This established and highly recommended course provides an opportunity for both new and existing researchers to explore and understand aerosol science and improve or refresh their knowledge of some of the fundamental concepts.
Delegates are also able to choose to attend an interactive exhibitor demonstration and training workshop where our industry exhibitors will be showcasing their aerosol related instruments and technology.
The Annual Aerosol Science Conference will be held on the following day. This year’s theme is “Pushing the Limits in Aerosol Measurements and Simulations“.
Now celebrating its 31st year, the conference provides a forum for like-minded aerosol scientists from both academia and industry to network & share knowledge.
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.
Deadline for abstracts – 16th October 2017