Annual Conference of American Association for Aerosol Research
The 37th Annual AAAR Conference provides an outstanding venue for sharing the latest research progress in aerosol science and technology, while networking and re-connecting with colleagues. The 2019 Conference will feature a full slate of tutorials on Monday covering a wide range of aerosol science topics including the popular "Hands-on Aerosol Instrumentation Design and Measurement" tutorial.
There will be four symposia designed to bridge multiple areas and promote cross-disciplinary interaction on the following topics:
- From Aerosol Dosimetry and Toxicology to Health
- Biomass Combustion: Emissions, Chemistry, Air Quality, Climate, and Human Health
- The Air We Breathe: Indoor Aerosol Sources and Chemistry
- Air Quality Sensors: Low-Cost != Low Complexity
Jonathan Thornburg will have two presentations focused on "Pregnant Women's Exposure to Household Air Pollution during a LPG Cookstove Intervention in Rural Bangladesh: The Value of Real-Time Data" and "Children’s Particulate Matter Exposures Characterization as Part of the New Hampshire Birth Cohort Study."
RTI's team also contributed to several posters that will be displayed:
Applying Mass Spectral Techniques to Identify the Chemical Composition of e-Cigarette Smoke and Its Surrogates: Implications for Source Apportionment
Compositional Changes and Gas-Particle Partitioning of Unflavored E-Cigarette Carrier Liquids Propylene Glycol and Glycerol
Evaluation of PM2.5 Exposures for an Environmental Justice Community Using a Low-Cost PM Sensor
Characterizing Amine Aerosol Emissions from Water-Lean Solvent CO2 Capture Process