Molecule to Single Particle
Hosted by Annele Virtanen, University of Eastern Finland & Theo Kurten, University of Helsinki, Finland
Single Particle to box-model
Hosted by Kevin Wilson, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory & ManNin Chan, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Regional to Global Scale Modeling of Aerosol
Hosted by Havala Pye, US EPA & Shannon Koplitz, US EPA
Large-scale regional to global models provide a platform for synthesizing molecular to box model representations of aerosol. In addition, chemical transport models allow process-based representations to be connected with field observations. This session focuses on model developments to improve the representation of aerosols in chemical transport models as well as applications of large scale models to understand the role of aerosol in various endpoints (public health, climate, etc).
Emerging Modelling Techniques
Hosted by David Topping, University of Manchester
As the landscape of computing technologies evolve, aerosol model developers, and users, can choose to respond accordingly in order to meet challenges of tackling complexity across scales. With the wider scale proliferation of techniques such as machine learning through to new programming paradigms, in this session we invite talks that demonstrate progress and discuss challenges in adoption of emerging technologies.
New frontiers in aerosol sources: Beyond mobile emissions and biogenics
Hosted by Shantanu Jathar, Colorado State University & Shannon Koplitz, US EPA
Air Quality Modeling for Health and Regulatory Assessments
Hosted By James Kelly, US EPA & Ajith Kaduwela, CARB
July 1, 2019 - General abstract submissions open August 7, 2019 - General abstract submissions close September 2, 2019 - Notifications will be sent to general abstract submission authors September 20, 2019 - Conference schedule will be established