Abstract submission

Late posters deadline expired on June 30th.

Authors who are willing to submit a *last minute poster* are kindly asked to fill in the form given below and send it - together with the abstract in pdf format - to the Chair of the Programme Committee, Prof. Roberta Vecchi ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ) no later than August 31st.


Please note that abstracts corresponding to a *last minute poster* submission will not be published on the EAC2015 Abstracts Book.




Templates for the construction of abstracts are available below in doc, odt, rtf and txt format. Please prepare an abstract to upload as a pdf.

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It will be important to allocate each abstract to the correct category in order to build coherent themed sessions. Abstract classifications listed below will be employed. Submitters might refer to previous EAC and IAC conference proceedings to determine where their abstract might best fit.


Abstract review

The abstracts will be reviewed by the chairs and co-chairs of the EAA working groups. Abstracts which do not fulfil the standards will be rejected. Please avoid submitting abstracts containing only future results. Accepted abstracts will be placed on the conference website and provided to conference attendees. Abstract titles and author lists will be listed in the conference handbook.
Participants should not make requests for oral presentation of several papers on similar subjects. We recommend submitting only the most general paper for oral presentation and the others for poster presentation.
The majority of submitted abstracts are likely to be allocated to poster sessions. In order to emphasise the importance of poster presentations, and to promote poster quality, a number of poster prizes will be awarded at the conference. The criteria to be used in judging quality will be described on the website.

Scientific topics and categories for abstract submission

(EAA working groups and subcategories)

The programme of the conference will be arranged thematically according to the working groups of the EAA. In addition, special sessions on particular areas of topical interest will be held, in response to requests from attendees.

Aerosol-based Nanotechnology

  • Application of engineered nanoparticles
  • Charged nanoparticles and deposition
  • Fundamentals and measurement of nanoparticles
  • Gas phase synthesis of nanoparticles
  • Health effects and environmental impact of engineered nanoparticles
  • Process monitoring in nanoparticle technology
  • Structuring of engineered nanoparticles
  • Worker protection in nanoparticle industries.
  • Other

Aerosol Chemistry

  • Chemical mechanisms and transformation processes in aerosol
  • Chemistry of bioaerosols
  • Identification of tracers
  • Instrumentation for chemical characterisation of aerosol
  • Molecular characterisation of aerosol constituents
  • Multiphase chemical processes and interactions involving aerosol
  • Secondary Organic Aerosol (SOA)
  • Smog chamber experiments
  • Other

Aerosol Modelling

  • Emission inventories for modelling applications
  • Transport and transformation for modelling applications
  • Modelling new particle formation
  • Industrial applications
  • Atmospheric applications
  • Global and large scale modelling
  • Other

Atmospheric Aerosols - Aerosol Processes and Properties

  • Aerosol Cloud interaction
  • Climate effects of aerosols
  • New particle formation
  • Optical properties
  • Physical and chemical properties
  • Remote sensing of aerosol properties
  • Transport and transformation
  • Turbulent aerosol transport/exchange
  • Particle emission and deposition fluxes
  • Other

Atmospheric Aerosols - Specific Aerosol Types

  • Bioaerosols
  • Biomass burning
  • Carbonaceous aerosol
  • Marine aerosols
  • Mineral dust
  • Urban aerosols
  • Other

Electrical Effects

  • Bio-electrostatic engineering
  • Charged aerosol generation and applications
  • Electrohydrodynamics effects and applications
  • Electrostatic discharges, non-thermal plasma and related phenomena
  • Electrostatic hazards and safety
  • Fundamentals of electrostatics
  • Measuring techniques
  • Other


  • Aerosol dynamics
  • Aerosols in astrophysics
  • Aerosol interaction with surfaces
  • Aerosol filtration
  • Coagulation
  • General physical properties of aerosols
  • Heat and mass transfer theory and experiments
  • Mixing and fluctuations in aerosol transport
  • Nucleation theory and experiments
  • Optical properties
  • Other

Combustion Aerosols

  • Automotive combustion aerosols
  • High temperature aerosols
  • Industrial aerosols
  • Other

Indoor and Working Place Aerosols

  • Aerosol deposition
  • Health effects of indoor aerosols
  • Indoor aerosol transport
  • Indoor/outdoor relationship
  • Indoor sources
  • Penetration
  • Other


  • Aerosol standards
  • Application of new instrumentation for study of new processes and phenomena
  • Comparison of different measurement methods
  • Implementation of existing measurement methods and instruments for novel studies
  • Other

Inhalation, exposures and health (formerly Particle-Lung Interactions)

  • Aerosol-based medical diagnostics and drug delivery
  • Bioaerosols and allergens
  • Biological response of organisms, cells and proteins to particle exposure
  • Dosimetry and detection of particles in organisms, tissues and cells
  • Lung morphology and (patho-)physiology
  • Particle-induced health effects (toxicology, epidemiology)
  • Particle lung deposition, clearance and translocation to other organs
  • Aerosol and health
  • Inhalation and exposures
  • Other


  • Interpretation of data
  • Legislation and policy
  • Physico-chemical analysis
  • Sampling
  • Source apportionment
  • Other


  • Atmospheric aerosol characterization, sources, sinks and climate interactions at the subarctic and boreal Eurasian region. The Pan Eurasian EXperiment research project, PEEX


  • Source apportionment advanced studies and comparison of models


  • Polar and remote regions aerosol and Climate-Environmental Feedback processes


  • Field observations and modelling of special events