Air Quality Measurements
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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, returns in 2020 with its extensive coverage of all aspects of air measurement methodologies including associated quality assurance protocols and how to use and interpret data. Sessions will also focus on current hot topics including emerging contaminants such as PFAS, low-cost sensors, next generation emissions monitoring (NGEM), and airborne measurements to assess impacts from wildfires.
This conference features a vendor exhibit with 30 booths, courses, a reception, and plenty of networking opportunities. Make your plans to be a part of the premier conference on this evolving topic.
COVID-19 Update: With the AQ Measurement Conference several months away, and based on the latest science and information at hand, we are still planning to hold this conference in San Diego, CA, December 1-3, 2020. As the situation with COVID-19 continues to evolve, we are assessing developments regularly to ensure we are positioned to respond in a manner that is best for our attendees and participants. The health and safety of our attendees, staff, vendors, and volunteers is our top priority and we will ensure the fullest precautions are taken to protect your well-being by working closely with public health officials, the venue, and vendors.
Abstracts are still being accepted and we encourage all interested authors to submit their work for a platform presentation regardless of your current travel situation. In the event that we are required to cancel or modify the on-site conference, accepted manuscripts and presentations will be recognized through alternate presentation formats and may be included in the conference proceedings published after the event. We will modify the nature of the conference as seems best based on any restrictions at the time.
Submit by September 7 and present at the premier conference on measurements technology!
- Air monitoring
- Fenceline monitoring
- Toxic air containment (TAC) measurements and monitoring
- Low-cost sensors
- Next generation emissions monitoring (NGEM)
- Remote sensing of greenhouse gasses
- Mobile monitoring platforms
Keynote speaker announced! Read Lara Phelps' full biography to learn about her work with the U.S. EPA.
Lara P. Phelps