Even with recent advances in modelling, measurement remains an important means of gaining insight into the nature of air pollution. Without it, we cannot fully understand the problem and, without an accurate diagnosis, we cannot propose solutions.
This conference provides an opportunity to share experiences of using new measurement techniques whilst exploring ways to interpret data collected by analysers in a variety of environments.
Who should attend?
Air quality consultants | Local authority officers | Academics & researchers | PhD students | NGO & professional body staff | Public health professionals | Ecologists
Full agenda coming soon. Here are some of the programme highlights.
- Recent developments in the openair suite of data analysis packages – Professor David Carslaw, University of York
- Measuring the composition of particulate matter, the key to targeted air quality management - Dr David Green, Imperial College London
- AirScape: Monitoring air quality in Camden and encouraging positive action - Georgina McGivern, The Camden Clean Air Initiative
- Sampling Particle Emissions from Brake and Tyre Wear - Louisa Kramer, Ricardo
- Benefits of a multiparametric approach to air quality monitoring at remediation sites - Sarah Horrocks, Atkins Ltd
Pricing (Super Early Bird - until 14th February)
Standard - £140
IAQM Member - £110
Local Authority - £100
Student/Graduate* - £100
* Graduate and student rates are available to those who graduated after 1st January 2023 and are not currently in full-time employment. Certification will be requested to confirm your booking. There are no Super Early Bird or Early Bird prices for local authority and student/graduate.