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5th Nov 2020


Our Annual Aerosol Science Conference (AASC) provides a forum for like-minded aerosol scientists from both academia and industry to network & share knowledge.

The AASC will be held online this year.  We will be using the state-of-the-art Remo platform to host the meeting. This will allow us to have traditional podium talks, as well as interactive sessions with poster presenters and exhibitors.  Remo allows us to assign virtual tables to poster presenters and exhibitors who can then discuss their work via video amongst a small group of delegates who can come and go as they please.

Talks will have a similar format to an in-person conference, but presenters of posters can be somewhat creative with the Remo platform.  A traditional poster is feasible, but there could also be other media presented that might better suit the science being presented.  We look forward to exploring this exciting new way of attending a conference with you!

We have an excellent selection of Keynote speakers and Aerosol Society Prize and Grant winners who will talk on a range of contemporary aerosol science topics.  There is space for short contributed talks and posters.  Competition for contributed talks and posters will be tough, so please do stick to the deadlines and use the abstract template.

We are not charging for registration at the AASC this year, but we do expect all attendees to become members if they are not already a member.

Deadline for abstracts: end of 13th Sept 2020.

Release of programme: week beginning 21st Sept 2020.

Organising Committee (AASC 2020)

Prof. Benjamin J Murray (University of Leeds)

Dr. Matthew Wright (Public Health England)

Dr Amanda Lea-Langton (University of Manachester)

Dr Marc Stettler (Imperial College London)



Call for Abstracts (Oral and Poster) You are now able to submit an abstract for AASC 2020 

Aerosol science is a broad research field branching across multiple disciplines; disease transmission, indoor and workplace aerosols, drug delivery, atmospheric aerosols, combustion and energy generation.

Abstracts are welcomed on any aerosol science related theme. Click below to download the abstract template.


Deadline for abstracts: end of 7th Sept 2020.

Notification to authors : week beginning 21st Sept 2020.

Please submit your abstract as a word document.


Submit Here

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