2019 Cambridge Particle Meeting

The meeting was held on Friday 28th June.

Presentation Downloads

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


Terry Tetley, National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College London

Particulate air pollution and health


Felix Leach, University of Oxford

The effect of fuel composition on particulate emissions from a highly boosted GDI engine – an evaluation of three particulate indices


Jonathan Symonds, Cambustion Ltd.

Online Classification of Soot Aggregate Aerosols by Morphology


Tom Grimble, Dyson technology Ltd.

Electrostatic Aerosol Analysis of High Efficiency Separation Systems


Suzanne Paulson, University of Cambridge

Clean air in cities: impact of the layout of buildings in urban areas on pedestrian exposure to traffic related pollutants


George Biskos, The Cyprus Institute

Online Characterization of Ultrafine Aerosol Particles: Challenges and Future Trends


Scott Lowther, Lancaster University

Low cost PM sensors; are they suitable for measuring subtle particle variations in ambient or indoor air?


Eliot Durand, Cardiff University

Assessment of nvPM System Loss Prediction with Size Measurement towards Aviation Engine Regulation


Darren Ellis, Caterpillar

Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) Particle Number Modelling for Stage V Non Road Applications


Carl Desouza, King’s College London

Portable emissions measurements of non-road mobile machinery used in London


Douglas Booker, National Air Quality Testing Services Ltd (NAQTS)

Sensing Technology for measuring Particle Number & Mass in Indoor Environments


Marion MacFarlane, University of Cambridge

Lessons learned so far – in vivo analysis of Hazard Mechanism for Carbon Nanotubes vs. Asbestos


Ashish Sharma, University of Surrey

Field investigations for evaluating air pollution exposure of in-pram babies compared to adults in roadside environment


Hongming Xu, School of Automotive Engineering, Tsinghua University

Primary and secondary particulate matter formation and evolution in the whole process with direct injection gasoline engines

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