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