Dispersion Modelling User Group (DMUG) conference

Thursday, 25 April 2024 - 9:30am to 5:30pm
Woburn House, London
The IAQM is excited to announce that the next Dispersion Modelling User Group (DMUG) conference will be held on 25th April 2024 in London. DMUG remains the key biennial event for dispersion modellers and users of model outputs. 
This year’s conference aims to update attendees on the latest approaches to using dispersion models, and will be covering a wide range of topics, including: 
  • Gaussian plume models such as ADMS and AERMOD 
  • Lagrangian models such as CALPUFF 
  • Regional Chemical Transport Models (RCTM)  
  • Climate modelling and modelling the future  
  • Machine learning approaches for air quality 
There will also be a panel discussion featuring experienced consultants and regulators, who will be airing their thoughts on approaches to model uncertainty.  
Who should come: 
  • Consultants, both new and experienced in modelling 
  • Regulators, from the local to national level 
  • Industrial operators, large and small 
  • Academics & researchers 
So, if you are a professional engaged in air dispersion modelling or you use model findings in decision making, then be sure to attend this conference to hear from eminent speakers, as well as the opportunity to build your external network and gain valuable CPD. 
There will also be an informal networking session after the talks, where you will be able to meet the speakers and IAQM committee members, followed up by a social gathering at a nearby venue.   
Registration for this conference has now closed, 


The DMUG Conference attracts consultants, air quality practitioners, leading manufacturers, local authorities officers and regulators, academics and researchers providing an excellent opportunity for organisations to interact with their target audience of experts and buyers. This conference is a platform for expert practitioners to share knowledge, therefore there are a limited number of spaces for exhibitors.

Benefits of exhibiting:

Listing on the event page on both the IAQM and Institution of Environmental Sciences (IES) websites
Promotion on the IAQM and IES websites, Twitter and LinkedIn accounts
Inclusion in the digital delegate pack

Download our Exhibitor and Sponsorship Pack and book your space today.using the booking form

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Who to contact

Derek Jardine

Events & Training Lead

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