2015 Cambridge Particle Meeting

Dr Jason Olfert presents the Aerodynamic Aerosol Classifier
Dr Jason Olfert presents the Aerodynamic Aerosol Classifier.
Photo: Cen Zhang.

Dr Imad Khalek tells the audience about variability in soot measurements between instuments.
Dr Imad Khalek tells the audience about variability in
soot measurements between instuments. Photo: Cen Zhang.

The meeting was held on Friday, 3rd July.

Schedule of Presentations

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

Programme of Abstracts 2015 Cambridge Particle Meeting

Presentation Downloads

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


Jason Olfert, University of Alberta

Monodisperse Aerosol Classification without Particle Charge Artefacts Using the Aerodynamic Aerosol Classifier


Mark Crooks, TSI Instruments Ltd

Device for Measuring Solid Particle Number Concentration from Combustion Sources


Imad A. Khalek, Southwest Research Institute

Comparison among DMS 500, EEPS, SMPS, MSS, EC/OC, CPMA, using laboratory “soot” particles


Cristian Focsa, Laboratoire de Physique des Lasers

Structural and Chemical Characterization of Soot Particles


David Kittelson, University of Minnesota

Aircraft PM: Estimating Size Dependant Sampling Losses without Measuring Size


Edward K.Y. Yapp, University of Cambridge

Numerical Simulation and Parametric Sensitivity Study of Particle Size Distributions in a Burner-Stabilised Stagnation Flame


Jean de La Verpilliere, University of Cambridge

Gas Phase Production of Self-Assembled Carbon Nanotubes


P. D. Maguire, University of Ulster

Controlled Microdroplet Transport and Charging in a Non-Equilibrium Microplasma


Jacob Swanson, Minnesota State University Mankato

Volatility Characteristics of Electronic Cigarette Aerosols


Brian Graves, University of Alberta

Morphology and Volatility of Particles Emitted from Two Direct Injection Engines


Zhriong Liang, University of Birmingham

Investigation of SVOC Nanoparticle Emission from Light Duty Diesel Engine Using GC×GC-ToF-MS


James Allan, University of Manchester

Chamber studies of diesel aerosol


Nicholas Ramskill, University of Cambridge

Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Gas Flow in a Diesel Particulate Filter


Arvind Thiruvengadam, West Virginia University

Real-World Characterization of Particulate Matter Emissions from Heavy-Duty Trucks Operating in California

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