Air Quality Measurements


Explore the latest advances in measurement technology, quality assurance, and data uses 

One of our most popular specialty conferences, the Air Quality Measurement Methods and Technology Conference is back in 2019 with its extensive coverage of all aspects of air measurement methodologies including associated quality assurance protocols and how to use and interpret data.  In 2019 we will focus on current hot topics such as emerging pollutants—including PFAS, ethylene oxide, and chloroprene—low-cost sensors, next generation emissions monitoring (NGEM), and airborne measurements to assess impacts from wildfires.  

Conference location: 
Sheraton Imperial Hotel
Raleigh-Durham Airport at  Research Triangle Park
4700 Emperor Blvd., Durham, NC 27703

Share your knowledge and present at this prestigious conference. The conference planners are seeking abstracts covering all aspects of air quality, including ambient air, indoor air, point sources, and fugitive sources. Topics include: 
  • Ambient monitoring
  • Coarse and fine particulate matter measurement
  • Stationary source measurements
  • Next generation emissions monitoring (NGEM)
  • Fugutive and area source measurements
  • and more
See the full Call for Abstracts and submit your work by October 22. 

Important Dates
October 22, 2018: Call for Abstracts Deadline
November 11, 2018: Author Notifications w/comments
January 14, 2019: Draft Extended Abstracts Deadline
March 4, 2019: Hotel Cut-off Deadline
March 4, 2019: Conference Early Registration Deadline
March 15, 2019: Final Extended Abstracts Deadline
March 15, 2019: Author Permission Form Deadline
March 18, 2019: Refund Deadline
April 1, 2019: Professional Development Course
April 2-4, 2019: Air Quality Measurement Methods and Technology Conference, Sheraton
Imperial Hotel Raleigh-Durham Airport, Research Triangle Park, NC