June 2021

European Aerosol Conference Newsletter

June 2021

See below for the latest updates for the upcoming European Aerosol Conference, held virtually from 30 August to 3 September 2021. In addition to the monthly newsletter, you can find the latest news on our twitter page or website. Please share this newsletter and links to our social media pages with your network and community so we can have a vibrant and diverse forum!

Registration Open

Registration is now OPEN, and can easily be accessed on Conftool. Remember to register by 31 July for fantastic early bird rates!

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Early bird rates£175£250£100£100
After 31 July£250£300£150£150

Programme Now Available

Curious about who will be presenting at this year’s conference? Want to know when our exciting, live plenary sessions will be held? A schedule of sessions is now available on our website. This year’s event features over 100 oral and poster sessions covering a wide variety of topics in aerosol science including special sessions on aviation, COVID-19, ice nucleation, and more!

All authors should have received a decision on submitted abstracts. Please note that some authors may have seen information from reviewers used internally to organise the programme that do not reflect a grade of scientific quality. We apologise for any confusion!

Reminder: Young Investigator Network Event at EAC2021

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With opening of the registration, we are happy to invite you to take part in this year’s Young Investigator Network (YIN) Event. This year we would like to put the spotlight on work life balance in academia. The event will start with an introductory talk by Desiree Dickerson, PhD and continue with small round table discussion. The event is aimed at early career scientists and doctoral students and the participation is included in the registration fee for the EAC2021 thanks to generous support from TSI. — The GAeF YIN Organisation Team

Thank you to our gold and silver sponsors!

Dekati

Acoem

Meet with representatives from these companies and many more in our virtual exhibition centre on the Hopin conference platform!

The future is online: In a recent survey of Nature readers, 74% said conferences should be virtual or have a virtual component after the pandemic. Accessibility (49%) was the most popular response when asked about the main advantage of online conferences, followed by carbon footprint (21%) and cost (19%).