The European Aerosol Conference (EAC) is held in Zürich, Switzerland, from August 27th to September 1st 2017.
The conference topics span from fundamentals to atmospheric, indoor, combustion aerosols and more. Special sessions range from non-road engine emissions to earth system models and education. Plenary lectures during the week will provide a more in-depth view of for example sub-micron molecular aggregates (Ruth Signorell) and on how regional aerosol particle emissions affect climate elsewhere (Annica Ekman).
In the New Instrumentation sessionTuesday morning, August 29th, Minna Väkevä will present measurements of nanoparticles down to 1 nm with the A11 nCNC together with a Dekati diluter. The A11 nCNC can be used to measure nanoparticles starting from 1 nm, to detect particle formation and growth in various applications ranging from atmospheric measurements to flame generation of nanoparticles and engine emissions, to name a few. In some applications dilution is needed due to high concentrations of small particles. If you want to hear more about the A11-measurements, be at the New Instrumentation session Tuesday at 11:20 a.m., room 50G60.
Come say hi at the Airmodus exhibition booth, and see the A11 nCNC. We’re at booth #8, see you there!
For more information about the conference, see the EAC 2017 website.