Cambridge Particle Meeting

2023 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:

Schedule of Talks 2023

Presentation Downloads

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

  • David Kittleson, University of Minnesota Observations of a Coarse Size Mode in the Exhaust of Aircraft Gas Turbine Engines
  • Imad Khalek, Southwest Research Institute Measurement Apparatus for Particle Conductivity: Demonstration on Laboratory and Engine Particle Sources
  • Helmut Krasa, Graz University of Technology Evaluation of the linearity and plateau counting efficiency of a 23 nm exhaust emission CPC using atomized polydisperse NaI
  • Frederick Bertani, University of Cambridge Improving the Evaporative Light Scattering Detector by experiments and modelling
  • Shaamrit Balendra, University of Cambridge Condensation Particle Counter: How small can a CPC growth chamber go?
  • Chung Ting Lao, CMCL Smart Port City Air Quality – A Dynamic Knowledge Graph Approach
  • Alison Tomlin, University of Leeds Influence of Butanol Derived Model Alcoholysis Blends on Particulate Emissions from a Compression Ignition Engine
  • Juan Jose, IMDEA Growth and aggregation of nanowires floating in the gas phase
  • Jörg Wieder, femtoG AG Application-oriented Analysis of Engineered Nanomaterials
  • Andrea Nobili, Politecnico di Milano Semi-detailed chemical kinetic models for carbon nanoparticles dynamics: from soot formation to CNT growth
  • Mario Pail, Graz University of Technology Characterisation of Volatile Particle Nucleation from Brake Pads and Simulation of Total Particle Measurement with a PN-System According to PMP Specifications
  • Sheng-Wei Wang, University College London The effect of particle size on the condensed PAH concentration during hexene and methyl valerate pyrolysis
  • Kirsty Meldrum, Swansea University Dynamic Fluid Flow Exacerbates the (Pro-)Inflammatory Effects of Aerosolised Engineered Nanomaterials In Vitro