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American Association for Aerosol Research (AAAR) poster deadline July 21

Just a quick note that the late-breaking poster deadline for the annual American Associattion for Aerosol Research (AAAR) conference is Monday, July 21st.   This conference will run from October 20-24, in Orlando Florida.  Here’s the description of the conference from the website:

On behalf of the AAAR 33rd Annual Conference organizers, I am excited to invite you to join us in Orlando, FL, USA, October 20-24, 2014.  The AAAR Conference is an outstanding venue to present your latest findings to an intellectually engaged, diverse and professionally-dedicated community and to immerse yourself into the latest advances and the state-of-the-art technology across the full spectrum of aerosol research.  The AAAR Conference provides an excellent opportunity to renew old acquaintances and to meet new colleagues from industry, government and academia.

The 2014 Conference will feature a full slate of tutorials on Monday, followed by invited plenary talks, special symposia, poster presentations, platform presentations, and special events from Tuesday morning through Friday noon.  The technical program will feature parallel platform and poster sessions with several scheduled breaks for informal exchange.  The exhibit area, open Tuesday through Thursday, will provide opportunities to engage with and learn from leading companies offering instrumentation and services in aerosol science and technology.

We will have four symposia that are designed to bridge multiple topical areas and promote cross-disciplinary interaction. These symposia in 2014 will address the following topics:  Linking Aerosols with Public Health in a Changing World; Biomass Burning Aerosol:  From Emissions to Impacts; Aerosol Sources from Emerging Energy Technologies and Production; Air Quality and Climate in the Southeast US: Insights from Recent Measurement Campaigns; Advances in the Physics and Chemistry of New Particle Formation and Growth.

In addition, the program will include sessions on aerosol chemistry, aerosol physics, urban aerosols, aerosols, clouds and climate, remote and regional atmospheric aerosols, carbonaceous aerosols, aerosol source apportionment, combustion, nanoparticles and materials synthesis, aerosol control technology, health-related aerosols, history of aerosol science, indoor aerosols, aerosol exposure, aerosol instrumentation and methods, bioaerosols, and aerosols and homeland security.

The 2014 Conference will be held at Rosen Shingle Creek Resort.  The plenary and platform session rooms and exhibit hall are very close to each other which make it convenient to attend different sessions within a time frame.  Large foyer space provides ease in networking with other attendees.

A conference block of reduced rate sleeping rooms has been secured at Rosen Shingle Creek.  Please access additional information concerning Rosen Shingle Creek under the HOTEL/TRAVEL section of this site.

Located at the headwaters of the Everglades, Rosen Shingle Creek offers diverse amenities including nature and walking trails, a sand volleyball court, a full-service spa, an 18-hole championship golf course, outdoor swimming pools, and lighted tennis courts.  The site is conveniently close to Orlando International Airport.  In October, you can expect the weather in Orlando to be warm with temperatures averaging in the low to mid-eighties during the day and an average of sixty-six in the evenings.

The organizing committee eagerly looks forward to greeting you in Orlando at the 33rd Annual Conference of the American Association for Aerosol Research.

Photo credit:  Flickr: woodleywonderworks
Photo credit:
Flickr: woodleywonderworks

David Coil

David Coil is a Project Scientist in the lab of Jonathan Eisen at UC Davis. David works at the intersection between research, education, and outreach in the areas of the microbiology of the built environment, microbial ecology, and bacterial genomics. Twitter

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