ASIC will bring together stakeholders from academia, government, communities, and commercial interests to promote and advance air pollution sensors, improve the data quality from these sensors, expand the pollutants measured, and foster
IAMA will bring together research scientists from around the world to discuss the latest advances in mathematical modeling of our atmosphere and how these new discoveries can ultimately lead to policies that improve our air quality.
This year marks our tenth anniversary for the biennial twin conferences - Atmospheric Chemical Mechanisms (2006, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2016) and International Aerosol Modeling Algorithms (2007, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2015).
Following strong and sustained community opposition to recent airspace changes in Phoenix, New York, Chicago, and Northern California; airports, FAA officials, and the NextGen Advisory Committee have considered how affected communities and their elected officials should be involved at the outset in
The UC Davis Air Quality Research Center - with support from the California Air Resources Board - is pleased to announce the 2015 IAMA Conference. Our 5th Biennial conference offers a unique opportunity to explore the latest research in aerosol modeling.
The Air Quality Research Center at UC Davis is pleased to announce the second in a series of biennial conferences supported by the California Air Resources Board on advances in meteorology and climate modeling for air quality applications.
Recent advances in technology and best practices for airports requires a diverse set of skills and an extensive knowledge base. The NextGen launch, changes to noise remediation practices, and the latest findings from health effects studies require new approaches.