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AQE SHOW 2022 - Conference Programme


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All of the below conference sessions are free to attend to registered attendees

Day 1 - 12th October 2022

Time AQE Conference Room 1 AQE Conference Room 2 AQE Room 3
Air Quality Conference Emissions Monitoring conference Seminar room
09:30
10:00 10:00-10:05
Government , Standards & Testing
Chair - Christine McHugh
IAQM
Introduction
10:05 10:05-10:25
Air Pollution and Health: Impacts beyond the heart and lungs
Dr Ian Mudway - Imperial College London
10:25 10:25-10:35
Questions and Answers
10:30 10:30-10:35
Biogenic and Carbon Capture
Introduction
10:30-11:00
Signal conditioning for pyroelectric detectors in NDIR gas analysis

Dr. Andrej Kwadrin - InfraTec
10:35 10:35-10:55
The role of philanthropy in filling air quality data gaps
Matt Whitney - Clean Air Fund
10:35-10:55
Regulation
Ben Freeman
10:55 10:55-11:05
Questions and Answers
10:55-11:15
Meeting Net Zero: a Strategy for the Recycling and Waste Sector

Charlotte Rule
11:00
11:05 11:05 - 11:25
Impacts of UK net zero measures on air pollution

Prof Ally Lewis - York University AQEG
11:15 11:15 - 11:35
Reporting accurately the biogenic carbon content and emissions

Christian Riber
11:25 11:25-11:35
Questions and Answers
11:30 11:30-12:00
Particulate Matter Source Apportionment using the DustScan Cloud

Gordon Allison - DustScanAQ
11:35 11:35-11:55
The Multiple Atmosphere Control Environment (MACE): advanced type testing facility for gas sensors

Gabriel Garcia & Nick Martin - NPL
11:35-11:55
Break
11:55 11:55-12:05
Questions and Answers
11:55-12:15
Carbon Capture and Storage – the requirements for new monitoring methods and standards
Rod Robinson - NPL
12:00
12:05 12:05-14:00
Lunch
12:15 12:15-12:35
Continuous Sampling Equipment and innovation

Sam Thorneycroft
12:30 12:30-13:00
What are the Latest Innovations in Air Quality Services for Local Governments?

David Green - EarthSense
12:35 12:35-12:55
TBC - Operators Perspective and the Challenges ahead
12:55 12:55 - 14:00
Lunch
13:00
13:15 13:15-13:45
How to deliver small sensor devices that are consistently accurate

Bruno Beloff - South Coast Science Limited
13:45
14:00 Monitoring Networks
Chair - Jim Mills - Scotswolds Ltd
Introduction
New and Innovative Technology
Introduction
14:00-14:30
Airborne dust differentiation and source apportionment by automated SEM/EDX single particle analysis coupled to a machine learning classifier

Juanita Rausch - Particle Vision
14:05 14:05-14:25
QUANT Field Test Program for Small Sensors

Dr Pete Edwards - York University
14:05-14:25
Establishing Reliable Emissions Inventories for Road Mapping Net Zero

Craig Lewis - SUEZ Smart and Environmental Solutions UK
14:25 14:25-14:35
Questions and Answers
14:25-14:45
New solutions for low measurement ranges

Clemens Barth - SIEMENS AG
14:30
14:35 14:35-14:55
Exploiting information from hyperlocal air quality networks – low cost and reference study in Glasgow

Dr Lekan Popoola - Cambridge University
14:45 14:45-15:05
Multi-component tunable laser analyzers for real time process control for the Hydrogen Economy

Pawel Kluczynski - Airoptic
14:45-15:15
A blind comparison of sulfate analysis by accredited laboratories and its implications for the uncertainty requirements of the European Union’s Industrial Emissions Directive for monitoring sulfur dioxide emissions

Alice Hirons - NPL
14:55 14:55-15:05
Questions and Answers
15:05 15:05-15:25
Preliminary study on the suitability of a base station mast to host air quality sensors for outdoor pollution monitoring

Ilaria Thibault - Vodafone & Jaime Abril - Vantage Towers
15:05-15:25
Monitoring methane using portable and stationary laser equipment

Amanda Billingsley - Environmental Instruments Ltd
15:15  
15:25 15:25-15:35
Questions and Answers
15:30 15:30-16:00
How to measure accuralely coarse particles by using low-cost sensors

Edurne Ibarrola-Ulzurrun - Kunak Technologies
15:35 15:35-15:55
UK Black Carbon Network: Comparison campaign between AE22 and AE33 Aethalometer models in London

K Ciupek / D Butterfield - NPL
15:55 15:55-16:05
Questions and Answers
16:00
16:05
16:15 16:15-16:30
Continuous monitoring of ammonia concentrations with Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy

Rob Peters - The Dutch Scientist B.V.
16:30


Day 2 - 13th October 2022

Time AQE Conference Room 1 AQE Conference Room 2 AQE Room 3
Air Quality Conference Emissions Monitoring conference Seminar room
09:30
10:00 10:00-10:05
Modelling, Climate & Data Analysis
Introduction
Chair - Prof Rod Jones - Cambridge University
10:05 10:05-10:25
Emission inventory verification through assimilation of monitoring network data

Dr David Carruthers - CERC
10:25 10:25-10:35
Questions and Answers
10:30 10:30-11:00
Linking In Situ and Lidar Aerosol Measurements for Air Quality Nowcasting

Justin Fisher - Droplet Measurement Technologies
10:35 10:35-10:55
Estimations of the NOx emissions, NO2 lifetime and their temporal variation using satellite observations over UK cities.
Dr Rebecca Rose - Ricardo plc
10:35-10:40
Data Acquisition and Handling Systems
Chair - James Eldridge - Element
Introduction
10:40 10:40-10:55
Overview EN 17255 Stationary source emissions. Data acquisition and handling systems
David Graham - Uniper Energy
10:55 10:55-11:05
Questions and Answers
10:55-11:15
Part 1: Specification of requirements for the handling and reporting of data

Sam Thorneycroft - a1-cbiss
11:00
11:05 11:05 - 11:25
SEPA’s citizen science programme – changing behaviours from the school gate

Dr Graham Applegate - SEPA
11:15 11:15 - 11:35
Part 2: Specification of requirements on data acquisition and handling system

Florian Schunke - Durag
11:25 11:25-11:35
Questions and Answers
11:30 11:30-12:00
Automatic temperature and humidity compensation of NO2 low-cost sensors in complex environments

Edurne Ibarrola-Ulzurrun - Kunak Technologies
11:35 11:35-11:55
A very high-resolution model for residential wood combustion predictions in winter 2022: Policy implications for climate and air quality.

Pablo Garcia - Earthsense
11:35-11:55
Break
11:55 11:55-12:05
Questions and Answers
11:55-12:15
Part 3: Specification of requirements for the performance test of data acquisition and handling systems
Gary Egerton - ABB
12:00
12:05 12:05-13:55
Lunch
12:15 12:15-12:35
Part 4: Draft Specification of requirements for the installation and on-going quality assurance and quality control of data acquisition and handling systems

David Graham - Uniper Energy
12:30 12:30-13:00
Airborne dust differentiation and source apportionment by automated SEM/EDX single particle analysis coupled to a machine learning classifier

Juanita Rausch - Particle Vision
12:35 12:35-13:05
Panel discussion/questions
13:00
13:05 13:05 - 14:00
Lunch
13:15
13:30 13:30-14:00
MIRO Analytical’s MGA10: A single device for greenhouse gas and air quality monitoring

Morten Hundt - MIRO Analytical AG
13:45
13:55 Indoor AQ and Ventilation & Abatement
Chair - Michael Lunn - EIC
14:00 Introduction
14:05 14:05-14:25
AQ Monitoring in School Classrooms

Dr Lia Chatzidiakou - Cambridge University
14:25 14:25-14:35
Questions and Answers
14:30
14:35 14:35-14:55
INDAIRPOLLNET: Designing the optimal indoor air chemical characterisation campaign

Dr David Shaw - York University
14:45
14:55 14:55-15:05
Questions and Answers
15:05 15:05-15:25
Portable Modular Air Purification

Edward Ballsdon - Rensair Ltd
15:25 15:25-15:35
Questions and Answers
15:30
15:35 15:35-15:55
Ventilation Management Regulations

Nathan Wood - BESA
15:55 15:55-16:00
Questions and Answers
16:00


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environment EPUK ETP STA Combustion Engineering Association Environment Protection Agency Natural Resources Wales Scottish Environment Protection Agency Renewable Energy Association The Environmental Industries Commission (EIC) SAQN IAQM UKAS