2016 Cambridge Particle Meeting

The meeting was held on Friday 10th June.

Schedule of Presentations

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

Programme of Abstracts 2016 Cambridge Particle Meeting.

Presentation Downloads

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


George Biskos, The Cyprus Institute, TU Delft

Towards Lightweight and Cost-effective Tools for Sizing Aerosol Particles


Arthur Zielinski, University of Cambridge

Submicron Particulate Mass Sensing using Microresonators and Impaction


Imad Khalek, Southwest Research Institute, Texas

Effect of SMPS Neutralizers on the Accuracy of Particle Size Distribution Measurement


Suzanne Paulson, University of California at Los Angeles

Closing the ultrafine particle number concentration budget at road-to-ambient scale: implications for particle dynamics


James Allan, University of Manchester

Real-time emissions of biomass burning aerosol under controlled conditions


Soheil Zeraati-Rezaei, University of Birmingham

Investigation of SVOC in diesel fuel, engine lubricating oil and diesel engine emissions


Colin Jenkins, University of Cambridge

Stability & Particle Size Analysis


Christopher Tighe, University of Cambridge

Kinetics, changes in particle size and internal structure of two Diesel soots and a carbon black during oxidation in oxygen or nitrogen dioxide


Philip Whitefield, Missouri University of Science and Technology

System-Loss Modelling Challenge Data for Gas Turbine Engine Extractive nvPM Sampling Systems


Marc Cyrill Besch, University of West Virginia

Characterization of Atmospheric Dispersing Exhaust Plume during On-Road Operation of Latest Technology Heavy-Duty Trucks


David Kittelson, University of Minnesota

Particle number measurements: How small should we go?


Pragalath Thiruvengadam, University of West Virginia

Determination of a Preconditioning Protocol to Stabilize NOx and PN Emissions for Euro VI Engine Certification


Ting Lao Chung, University of Cambridge

Low-dimensional model for multiple after treatment devices


Safwan H. M. Murad, University of Oxford

Particulate Matter Emissions from Model M15 Methanol/Gasoline Blends in a GDI Engine

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