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EAC 2013 - European Aerosol Conference


The 2013 European Aerosol Conference (EAC 2013) will be held in the historical city of Prague, Czech Republic, during the period of 1st-6th September 2013 under the auspices of the European Aerosol Assembly (EAA), a body that now represents 12 national or regional aerosol societies. In the past, the European Aerosol Conference was organized in Prague under the umbrella of the Gesellschaft für Aerosolforschung in 1999 when the Czech Aerosol Society was established. During the EAC 2013 the Czech Aerosol Society will celebrate its 14th anniversary and the 11th year of membership in the European Aerosol Assembly. It is a pleasure and honour for the Czech Aerosol Society to organize such important meeting of scientists from all over the World. The conference will be held under the auspices of the President of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic Prof. Jiří Drahoš and the Rector of the Charles University in Prague Prof. Václav Hampl.

Event Type:
Sep. 1-6, 2013
Clarion Congress Hotel
Prague , Czech Republic

Scientific Topics and Categories for Abstract Submission (EAA working groups and subcategories)
The programme of the conference will be arranged thematically according to the working groups of the EAA.

In addition, special sessions on particular areas of topical interest will be held, in response to requests from attendees.

Aerosol-based Nanotechnology

  • Application of engineered nanoparticles
  • Charged nanoparticles and deposition
  • Fundamentals and measurement of nanoparticles
  • Gas phase synthesis of nanoparticles
  • Health effects and environmental impact of engineered nanoparticles
  • Process monitoring in nanoparticle technology
  • Structuring of engineered nanoparticles
  • Worker protection in nanoparticle industries.
  • Other

Aerosol Chemistry

  • Chemical mechanisms and transformation processes in aerosol
  • Chemistry of bioaerosols
  • Identification of tracers
  • Instrumentation for chemical characterisation of aerosol
  • Molecular characterisation of aerosol constituents
  • Multiphase chemical processes and interactions involving aerosol
  • Secondary Organic Aerosol (SOA)
  • Smog chamber experiments
  • Other

Aerosol Modelling

  • Atmospheric applications
  • Emission inventories for modelling applications
  • Industrial applications
  • Modelling new particle formation
  • Transport and transformation for modelling applications
  • Other

Atmospheric Aerosols - Aerosol Processes and Properties

  • Aerosol Cloud interaction
  • Climate effects of aerosols
  • New particle formation
  • Optical properties
  • Physical and chemical properties
  • Remote sensing of aerosol properties
  • Transport and transformation
  • Turbulent aerosol transport/exchange
  • Other

Atmospheric Aerosols - Specific Aerosol Types

  • Bioaerosols
  • Biomass burning
  • Carbonaceous aerosol
  • Marine aerosols
  • Mineral dust
  • Urban aerosols
  • Other

Electrical Effects

  • Bio-electrostatic engineering
  • Charged aerosol generation and applications
  • Electrohydrodynamics effects and applications
  • Electrostatic discharges, non-thermal plasma and related phenomena
  • Electrostatic hazards and safety
  • Fundamentals of electrostatics
  • Measuring techniques
  • Other


  • Aerosol dynamics
  • Aerosols in astrophysics
  • Aerosol interaction with surfaces
  • Aerosol filtration
  • Coagulation
  • General physical properties of aerosols
  • Heat and mass transfer theory and experiments
  • Mixing and fluctuations in aerosol transport
  • Nucleation theory and experiments
  • Optical properties
  • Other

Combustion Aerosols

  • Automotive combustion aerosols
  • High temperature aerosols
  • Industrial aerosols
  • Other

Indoor and Working Place Aerosols

  • Aerosol deposition
  • Health effects of indoor aerosols
  • Indoor aerosol transport
  • Indoor/outdoor relationship
  • Indoor sources
  • Penetration
  • Other


  • Aerosol standards
  • Application of new instrumentation for study of new processes and phenomena
  • Comparison of different measurement methods
  • Implementation of existing measurement methods and instruments for novel studies
  • Other

Particle-Lung Interactions

  • Aerosol-based medical diagnostics and drug delivery
  • Bioaerosols and allergens
  • Biological response of organisms, cells and proteins to particle exposure
  • Dosimetry and detection of particles in organisms, tissues and cells
  • Lung morphology and (patho-)physiology
  • Particle-induced health effects (toxicology, epidemiology)
  • Particle lung deposition, clearance and translocation to other organs
  • Other


  • Health effects
  • Interpretation of data
  • Legislation and policy
  • Physico-chemical analysis
  • Sampling
  • Source apportionment
  • Other

Best Poster Prizes

  • The EAA will make awards to the best posters at the conference.


  • Merete Bilde, University of Copenhagen
  • Ruprecht Jaenicke, Johannes Gutenberg - University Mainz
  • Lidia Morawska, Queensland University of Technology
  • Imre Salma, Eötvös University, Budapest
  • Paul E. Wagner, University of Vienna

The European Aerosol Assembly is the organisation which has the responsibility to plan for the future hosting of European Aerosol Conferences, as well as to promote the development of the field of aerosol science through its working groups. It consists of 12 national or regional societies across Europe, though membership of these societies is not limited to European nationals, and operates under a formal constitution. The major activity of the EAA and its working groups takes place at the European Aerosol Conference, held in three out of every four years (the missing year being that in which the International Aerosol Conference, an event designed to foster links between research communities in all regions of the world, is held).

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