Technical Program

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The ACE 2022 Technical Program development is underway! Technical presentations and panels cover the latest international topics and provide solutions on our path to environmental resiliency. 

This year, we have over 200 platform, panel, and poster presentations organized into focused technical tracks to help you get the information you need to get ahead and stay ahead. Take advantage of the many opportunities to learn from the world's experts in the environmental industry.   
Check out the sessions, panels, presentations, and speakers, and discover what you can learn! This website and the ACE 2022 Conference App will be the most current listing of sessions, times, presentations, and events. Please refer to one of these to confirm your schedule. 

Final Program available! View all of the session and event details.

Technical program highlights include: 
  • The Opening Keynote on The Role of Science in Environmental Justice featuring Philip M. Fine, Ph.D., Principal Deputy Associate Administrator for Policy, Office of Policy, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Angela Johnson Meszaros, Managing Attorney, Earthjustice; and Philip T. Martien, Ph.D., Director: Assessment, Inventory, and Modeling Division, Bay Area Air Quality Management District 
  • 52nd Annual Critical Review on Circular Economy for Clean Energy Technologies by Drs. Garvin Heath and Dwarak Ravikumar, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
  • Over 28 panels and 33 platform sessions with expert speakers on these topics: 
    • Environmental Justice
    • Air Emissions Measurements, Monitoring, and Reporting 
    • Air Pollution Control Technologies 
    • Hydrogen Fuel for Power Generation and Emissions Control 
    • Decarbonization of the Community and Economy
    • Electric and Connected Vehicles
    • Evaluation of Minor Source Modeling in the US
    • EPA Priorities 2022-2023
    • Title V Implementation
    • Air Quality Regulation & Policy Developments
    • AERMOD Modeling Techniques
    • Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation
    • Clean Energy Technologies: Issues, Case Studies and a Path to Net-Zero Goals
    • PFAS Regulation, Remediation, Wastewater Treatment and Vapor Intrusion
    • Life-Cycle Perspectives of Material and Waste Management
    • Wildfire Environmental Impacts and Risk Management
    • Resource Efficiency, Energy-Water-Waste Nexus, and Circular Economy
    • Corporate Environmental and Social Governance
  • Integrated technical and student poster session
  • Young professional introductory sessions on: 
    • Community Air Monitoring
    • How Does It Work? Waste Management Methods
    • How Does It Work? Refining