The University of Texas at Austin, the USADepartment of Civil Engineering, and the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, New Delhi, India have used Aerodyne's ACSM instrument to measure chemical composition of nonrefractory PM1 (NR-PM1) in Delhi, India. Full article here: https://www.atmos-chem-phys.net/19/6843/2019/
The Annual CIMS Meeting was hosted this year at NOAA in Boulder, CO (April 15-19) and attended by researchers from institutions and universities around the world. This creative group of researchers inspired new applications and improvements for Aerodyne's chemical ionization instruments.
Aerodyne attended the 2019 conference of the China India Association of Atmospheric Scientists (CIAAS 2019), held between March 22-24 in Delhi, India.
Aerodyne Research is participating in the Breathe London campaign by providing two monitors for the measurement of nitrogen dioxide, a major pollutant produced by diesel engines. The fast response-CAPS NO2 monitors can measure concentrations at the sub-ppb level with 1-2 second time response and provide an accurate set of measurements compared with the traditional chemiluminescence-based monitors.
ISIAQ (International Society of Indoor Air Quality and Climate) is presenting a webinar on “New instrumentation/monitoring techniques for faster knowledge” of indoor air quality on Wednesday Feb 13, 9-10am Eastern Standard Time. This webinar will feature Demetrios Pagonis (CU Boulder) presenting "Time-resolved measurements of volatile organic compounds indoors using a VOCUS time-of-flight proton-transfer-reaction mass spectrometer" and Clare Fortenberry (Washington University St.
This short video provides an overview of a project being led by Senior Scientist, Eben Cross and a team of exceptional seniors from Olin College. Together Aerodyne and Olin are combining forces to build a proof-of-concept, low-cost AQ sensor network in East Boston and Winthrop, two communities adjacent to Logan International Airport. The team from Olin, co-advised by Professor Scott Hersey is working closely with Dr. Cross to build out a scale-able, end-to-end database architecture to support distributed measurements of local air pollution.
Aerodyne Research attended the seventh International Clumped Isotope Workshop January 25-28, 2019 on the Queen Mary, Long Beach Harbor, Los Angeles, CA.
Every year and a half, the community of scientists working in the field of ‘clumped isotope’ geochemistry gathers for a workshop to discuss the latest advances in analytical technologies, fundamental chemistry, and applications to problems in the natural sciences.
Aerodyne Research attended the China India Association of Atmospheric Scientists - held March 22-24 2019 at the Indian Institute of Technology in Delhi India - CIAAS 2019 meeting. The Association is a non-profit organization of the scientists from or working in China and India that conduct researches in air pollution and atmospheric sciences. The union is to promote the connection, communication, and collaboration of atmospheric studies between China and India.