2017 Cambridge Particle Meeting

The meeting was held on Friday 23rd June.

Schedule of Presentations

PDF downloads of the schedule of talks and abstracts are available here:

Programme of Abstracts 2017 Cambridge Particle Meeting.

Presentation Downloads

Where permission has been received from authors/their institutions, PDF copies of presentations may be downloaded:


David Kittelson, University of Minnesota

Particle number measurements: Correcting for losses at 10 nm or smaller


Justin Koczak, University of Michigan

Morphology and Nanostructure of Size-Selected Ultrafine Particles Emitted by a Gasoline Direct Injection Engine


Felix Leach, University of Oxford

Particulate Emissions from a Highly Boosted GDI engine


Jacob Swanson, Minnesota State University

On-road particle and gaseous emissions from a PFI and GDI hybrid electric vehicle


Suzanne E. Paulson, University of California, Los Angeles

The Design of the Built Environment, the Roadway Pollutant Concentrations and Pedestrian Exposure in Complex Urban Areas


Marc Stettler, Imperial College London

Aircraft Black Carbon Particle Number Emissions – New Predictive Method & Uncertainty Analysis


Arvind Thiruvengadam, West Virginia University

Investigation of DPF failure modes- Effect on particle number, size distribution, and failure identification strategies


Tyler Johnson, University of Cambridge

Theory and Experimental Validation of the Steady-State AAC Data Inversion


Mario Schriefl, Graz University of Technology

Investigation of a Piezoelectric Plasma Generator as a Charging Source for Aerosols


Marin Vojkovic, Université de Lille

Surface chemical analysis of soot aerosol by Two-step Laser Mass Spectrometry: Improvements of sensitivity and selectivity


Nickolas Eaves, University of Cambridge

Experimental and computational study of the evolution of soot particle morphology in a diluted laminar co-flow ethylene diffusion flame


Hamisu Dandajeh, University College London

Effect of molecular structure of C1 – C7 hydrocarbons on PAH formation


Martin Irwin, Cambustion Ltd.

Obtaining the mixing state of black carbon using the CPMA-SP2 method; from concept to the field


David Green, King's College London

High time resolution measurements of PM2.5 and PM10 using X-ray fluorescence


Yuchieh Ting, University of Manchester

The Processes and Emissions of Residential Solid Fuel Combustion from Cooking Stoves


Hu Li, University of Leeds

Particle size distribution as a function of time during pine wood combustion on a cone calorimeter

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