This year's ACM Conference was originally scheduled for December 2-4, 2020. However, due to COVID-19 and the uncertainty of the safety of bringing people together for a conference, it was held virtually over 2.5 weeks in November and was a resounding success! We were honored to host 59 Principal Presentations and 22 Lightning Presentations for our 237 attendees.
Thank you to the California Air Resources Board for their continued support of this conference and the research content!
2020 Session Topics
New Tools for 21st century air quality problems (algorithms, low-cost sensors, links from data to models, theoretical chemistry, chamber work)
Indoor chemistry and emerging anthropogenic pollutants
COVID and other extreme events
Fundamental oxidation chemistry
Session Chairs: Bill Carter, University of California, Riverside
Current and new atmospheric chemical mechanisms
Atmospheric Chemistry in Public Health and Regulatory Applications