The Cambridge Particle Meeting was founded in 1998 by Prof Nick Collings of the University of Cambridge's Department of Engineering. Since then the meeting has grown to attract researchers in a wide range of aerosol and particle disciplines from around the world.

Held in the Department of Engineering in Cambridge, UK, the conference is open to all and is free to attend. Low cost accommodation can be arranged in one of the University's constituent colleges, and there is normally a dinner (fee payable) the night before the conference.

From 2011 overall responsibility for the conference passed to Dr Adam Boies.

The conference is sponsored by Cambustion, enabling it to remain free of charge for delegates.

 

Further Information

For more information about the next conference, see the 2014 page.

You may wish to use the menu above to browse the proceedings of previous conferences.

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