Cambridge Particle Meeting

2022 Cambridge Particle Meeting

The 2022 Cambridge Particle Meeting will be held as a hybrid event - with both in-person and online options - on the 24th of June. The Department of Engineering at the University of Cambridge will be hosting the in-person event, which will include a poster presentation and networking opportunities that will be inaccessible for online participants.

A networking event will be held on the evening of the 23rd of June.

Below are the details for this year's event.


Registration for the Cambridge Particle Meeting 2022 is now live!  As in previous years, Cambustion is sponsoring Cambridge Particle Meeting 2022 and therefore registration is free.

We will be having a conference dinner on the evening of the 23rd of June at Trinity College. It will be a three-course dinner with punting prior to the dinner, at a cost of £65. The dinner and punting are optional, but if you would like to join, registration is required by 10th June.

To register for the conference and conference dinner, follow the link below:



The deadline for abstract submission has been extended to Friday 29th April 2022. Topics of interest include combustion aerosols and their effects, aerosol-based nanotechnology, and new instrumentation.

Abstracts should be submitted directly to admin@cambridgeparticlemeeting.org with the subject line "[Surname, Forename] CPM Abstract". Please indicate in your abstract email whether you plan to attend the conference in person, so long as restrictions allow. Abstracts should be no longer than one page and should include all co-authors.

Oral and poster presentation decisions will be emailed mid-May.

Travel Information

Arriving by Train

Cambridge is well served by trains to and from London, and separate services to Stansted Airport. Use National Rail Inquiries for timetable and fare information.

Please view a printable map showing the railway station (bottom right) and Department of Engineering (no. 35, left).

Please allow 15 minutes to walk from the station to the Department via Station Road, Hills Road and Lensfield Road. There is a taxi rank on the right as you exit the station - the fare should be approximately £5. Uber also operate in Cambridge.

Enter the Department via the Trumpington Street entrance.

Arriving by Car

Parking at the Department is extremely limited and must be reserved in advance. Those arriving by car without a prior reservation are advised to choose one of the following options:

Park and Ride

A day return ticket from a machine costs £3.00. The Trumpington Park and Ride site by junction 11 of the M11 is recommended. Buses leave every 10 minutes between 7am and 8pm and the journey to to the city centre takes 10-15 minutes. Please disembark at the Leys Playing Field stop (for the Botanic Gardens) and walk along Trumpington Road to the Department.