May 2021

European Aerosol Conference Newsletter

May 2021

We are working hard behind-the-scenes to prepare for the upcoming European Aerosol Conference, held virtually from 30 August to 3 September 2021. In addition to our monthly newsletter, you can find the latest news on our twitter page or website.

News

The abstract review process is well under way! As a reminder, registration for the conference will open on 30 June 2021. Sign up early to secure your place and benefit from generous early bird discounts.

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A Balancing Act – How to Combine Work and Life in Academia

The Young Investigators Network at EAC2021 offers an exciting opportunity for early career researchers to network with peers. This year’s event is free for all conference attendees and will feature a talk by Desiree Dickerson, PhD, a clinical psychologist and coach who specialises in helping academics improve their mental wellbeing. She will give a talk titled, “Productivity Amongst Chaos,” which will be followed by round table discussions addressing a range of topics from creating effective routines to balancing work and family commitments. We look forward to hearing your best tips and tricks for maintaining a healthy work-life balance! — The GAeF YIN Organisation Team

We would like to thank TSI for sponsoring this event. TSI provides trusted measurement, application guidance, and data analytics solutions, and offers products for all aspects of aerosol and particle research, whether it is counting, sizing, generating, or sampling.

Virtual Exhibition Booths

Hopin features an innovative virtual exhibition hall, allowing you to connect your company or organization with aerosol scientists around the world. With video embedding options, live messaging with attendees, and a sleek user experience, it couldn’t be easier to set up a booth at EAC2021. To find out more information about exhibiting, please contact our sponsorship team by emailing , or you can find more information on our website.

Leveling the field: In a survey of attendees of a similar conference, 84% thought the virtual conference provided a more inclusive environment for different kinds of people compared to the in-person event and 68% saw an improvement in the power dynamics between participants in a virtual environment.