2018 Cambridge Particle Meeting

The meeting was held on Friday 15th June.

Schedule of Presentations

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

Programme of Abstracts 2018 Cambridge Particle Meeting.

Presentation Downloads

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


Roy Harrison, University of Birmingham

Studies of Nanoparticles in Diesel Exhaust and Ambient Air


David Booker, Sensors Inc.

Performance and Operational Demands for low-cost Particle Number Measurements for Periodic Technical Inspection


Douglas Booker, NAQTS

Integrating a CPC into a “low cost” air quality monitoring device: challenges & opportunities


Siddharth Gumber, Vellore Institute of Technology

Turbulent mixing and generation of short lived climate forcers from an Asian Mega City: The Soot and Black Carbon Conundrum


Paul Quincey, National Physics Laboratory

Bringing metrology to measurements of aerosol particle light absorption: the EMPIR Black Carbon Project


Roger Teoh, Imperial College London

Methodology to Relate Black Carbon Particle Number and Mass Emissions


Dumitru Duca, Université de Lille

Determining the adsorption energy of aromatic compounds onto carbonaceous surfaces from the signal decay in two-step laser mass spectrometry


Martin Irwin, Paul Scherrer Institut

Towards accurate aerosol absorption measurements using particles with truly monodisperse size distributions


David Kittelson, University of Minnesota

Does the trimodal size distribution adequately describe aerosols from modern engines?


Caro Hosier, Ford

Activities of the UN PMP (particle measurement procedure) group – exhaust and non-exhaust particle emissions


Chung Ting Lao, University of Cambridge

Modelling Particulate Emissions during the Active Regeneration of Diesel Particulate Filters


Aawishkar Dharmadhikari, University of Birmingham

Soot formation and particulate characteristics in the cylinder of a Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) engine


Philip Whitefield, Missouri University of Science and Technology

Tandem DMA approach for Real Time Measurements of Deliquescence and Volatility of Plume Processed Jet Engine PM Exhaust


Tianyi Hu, Imperial College London

Experimental Investigation of Pore Growth in Carbonaceous Nanoparticles during Low Temperature Combustion in O2


Leonid Nichman, Boston College

Optical characterization of neutral dimers of soot and dioctyl sebacate formed by charged coagulation


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