The 2017 UC Davis Aviation Noise and Air Quality Symposium will focus on ground-breaking efforts being undertaken by elected officials, airports, consultants, communities, and the FAA to develop ways to work cooperatively to mitigate the environmental impacts of NextGen flight path changes.
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!
The Summer Virtual Series is not going to be a replacement for ASIC 2020, but a compliment to it, in order to educate and excite participants on various topics. ASIC 2020 was postponed until May 2022 (more information on ASIC 2022).
The UC Davis Air Quality Research Center hosted the Aviation Noise and Emissions Symposium as a Virtual Symposium for the 2021 event due to COVID-19 and the uncertainty of the safety of bringing people together for a meeting.
Thank you to the many participants of our 2020 Symposium! The program content was well received and educational for all attendees. With our highest attendance in a decade, the conversations around noise and emissions were intellectual and well rounded!
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.
Refineries and chemical industry facilities store and use large quantities of chemicals. Some of these chemicals pose health risks since they may be toxic, become toxic due to reactions in the atmosphere, or pose a fire or explosion hazard.