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Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Poster Session I, Poster Session II, Whole week

Sunday. June 25

18.30 – 20.00

Ice-breaker in the National museum of Finland

(address: Mannerheimintie 34)

Monday. June 26 (Registration desk open 8:00 - 16:00)

09.15 – 9.45

Official opening

9.45 – 10.30

Plenary session I -PI

Annele Virtanen: On the atmospheric implications of the solid phase and phase transitions of secondary organic aerosols
Chair: Kaarle Hämeri

10.30–11.00

Coffee break, snacks & exhibition

11.00-12.30

Session 1 -PI: Particle Phase Change
Chairs: Taina Yli-Juuti & Markus Petters

11.00

Bastien Radola: A molecular dynamics study of the phase changes of organic aerosols

11.15

Ari Laaksonen: The adsorption theory of heterogeneous nucleation: comparison to experiments

11.30

Markus Petters: Phase transitions of intenally-mixed amorphous aerosols

11.45

Benjamin Thomas: Oxidation of mixed fatty acid monolayers on an aqueous subphase: Evident for surface phase changes?

12.00

Taina Yli-Juuti: Evaporation of α-pinene derived SOA particles under different humidity conditions

12.15

Thomas Koop: Glass formation in mixed organic/organc and inorganic/organic aerosol particles

12.30 -13.30

Lunch (Unicafe with ICNAA coupons) & exhibition

13.30-15.00

Session 2-PI: Nucleation, fundamentals
Chair: Jyrki Mäkelä

Session 3-PI: Aerosols in the troposphere
Chairs: Stephany B. Mazon & Josef Dommen

13.30

Philip Hopke: Current advances and problems in vapor-gas nucleation theory and experiments

Josef Dommen: From new particle formation to CCN at the high altitude station Jungfraujoch: an overview

13.45

Martin Horsh: Reexamination of the theoretical basis of Tolman's law

Federico Bianchi: The Himalayan aerosol factory: the chemistry of new particle formation

14.00

Anne Maisser: Heterogeneous nucleation of n-butanol vapor on various monoatomic ions

Johannes Schneider: Secondary organic aerosol formation in tropical upper troposphere

14.15

Gerald Wilemski: Wetting transitions in alkane-water nanodroplets

Stephany B. Mazon: Nucleation mode ions and particles in the Amazon: inside vs. outside canopy conditions

14.30

Barbara Hale: Reexamination of the Scaling of Homogeneous Nucleation Rates for Water

Indra Chandra: Current situation of atmospheric nanoparticles in Fukue Island, Japan

14.45

Jan Hrubý: Surface tension of ordinary water at low temperatures including supercooled region

Laura Riuttanen: Observational evidence for aerosols increasing upper tropospheric humidity

15.00 -15.30

Coffee break, snacks & exhibition

15.30-17.30

Session 4-PI: Aerosol formation and growth

Chairs: Jenni Kontkanen & Michael Boy

Session 5-PII: Aerosol-CCN-cloud

Chairs: Jurgita Ovadnevaite & Risto Makkonen

15.30

Theo Kurten: Accounting for chemical complexity in the formation of highly oxidized compounds by atmospheric autoxidation

Xiangrui Kong: Adsorption, dissociation and diffusion of HCl at the warm ice surface and beyond

15.45

Pontus Roldin: Formation and contribution of highly oxidized organic molecules to the growth of new particles

Jurgita Ovadnevaite: The role of organics in marine aerosol CCN activation

16.00

Jenni Kontkanen: Proxy for estimating the concentrations of highly oxidized organic compounds in boreal forest

Luke Cravigan: Sources of cloud condensation nuclei over the remote Southern Ocean

16.15

Heikki Junninen: Night time observations of biogenic new particle formation over boreal fen

Nonne Prisle: Probing structure and chemical properties of free-standing clusters with synchrotron radiation

16.30

Katrianne Lehtipalo: The CLOUD experiment resolving the mechanism of new particle formation in boreal forest conditions

Risto Makkonen: Global trends of cloud condensation nuclei concentrations

16.45

Robert Wagner: The role of ions in new particle formation in the CLOUD chamber

Simon Gruber: Climate engineering by Arctic winter cirrus thinning: risks and feasibility

17.00

Xuemeng Chen: The connection and divergence of the theoretical framework for air ion study derived from the balance equation concept in the disciplines of atmospheric electricity and atmospheric aerosol study

James Hudson: Accumulation mode from cloud processing

17.15

Anna Wonashuetz: Measurement of mineral dust and organic aerosols with the LAAPTOF single particle mass spectrometer

Pauli Paasonen: Particle growth rates from nucleation mode to cloud condensation nuclei sizes

19.00 -20.30

Helsinki City Reception at the City Hall

(address: Pohjoisesplanadi 11–13 )

Tuesday. June 27 (Registration desk open 8:30 - 16:00)

9.00 -9.45

Plenary Session II -PI

Kyoko Tanaka: Nucleation processes revealed by large-scale molecular dynamics simulations
Chair: Michael Boy

9.45-10.30

Session 6-PI: Particle phase change
Chair: Katrianne Lehtipalo

09.45

Sarah Petters: Temperature- and humidity-dependent phase states of secondary organic aerosols

10.00

Ricky Nellas: Thermophysical properties of normal and branched alkanes from nucleation simulations

10.15

Murray Johnston: Impact of particle phase chemistry on nanoparticle composition and growth rate

10.30-10.45

Group photo

10.45-11.00

Coffee break, snacks & exhibition

11.00-12.30

Session 7-PI: Nucleation, fundamentals

Chairs: Tereza Trávníčková &
Paul Winkler

Session 8 -PII: NPF around the world
Chairs: Christina Williamson & Ville Vakkari

11.00

Paul Winkler: Three-phase contact line properties of critical clusters determined from heterogeneous nucleation experiments

Mikko Sipilä: Secondary aerosol formation mechanisms in polar areas by direct measurement of cluster chemical composition and condensing vapours

11.15

Donguk Suh: Seed shape effect of heterogeneous droplet, bubble, and crystal nucleation by molecular dynamics

Jaeseok Kim: Characteristics of New Particle Formation at the King Sejong Station, Antarctic Peninsula

11.30

Vitaly Shneidman: Statistics of nucleation in small and large systems

Tuija Jokinen: Solar eclipse – Nature's own nucleation experiment

11.45

Reinhard Strey: Experimental confirmation of the Knudsen effect in nanoporous insulation materials

Ville Vakkari: Rapid secondary aerosol formation in savannah and grassland fire plumes in southern Africa

12.00

Tereza Trávníčková: Novel approach in binary nucleation experiments performed under laboratory conditions

Tuomo Nieminen: Global analysis of continental boundary layer new particle formation based on long-term measurements

12.15

Michael Anisimov: New vapor embryos nucleation rate on a droplet surface in a dry gas flow

Christina Williamson: Constraining nucleation mechanisms in global models with measurements of the global distribution of newly formed particles from the NASA Atmospheric Tomography Mission

12.30 – 13.30

Lunch (Unicafe with ICNAA coupons) & exhibition

13.30 – 15.30

Session 9-PI: Aerosol formation and growth

Chairs: Merete Bilde &
Olli-Pekka Tikkanen

Session 10-PII: Ice nucleation

Chairs: Christina McCluskey & Mikhail Paramonov

13.30

Jonathan Duplissy: Molecular understanding of new particle formation within volcanic plumes using flying mass spectrometer

Anatoly Bogdan: Atmospheric ice nucleation concept hinders the study of high-altitude ice clouds

13.45

Jussi Malila: Recognising the role of sulphuric acid in atmospheric new particle formation - a short history

Paul DeMott: Ice nucleating particle emissions from land surfaces

14.00

Dominik Stolzenburg: Detailed determination of size- and time-dependent growth rates during new particle formation

Ottmar Möhler: A summary of results from the fifth international ice nucleation (fin) workshop series

14.15

Merete Bilde: The effect of temperature on formation and properties of SOA from alpha-pinene ozonolysis

Christina McCluskey: Abundance and characteristics of ice nucleating particles in remote coastal and oceanic regions

14.30

Xiuhui Zhang: A “catalytic” effect of glycolic acid on the formation of sulfuric acid-ammonia molecular clusters

Benjamin Murray: Aircraft measurements of ice nucleating particle concentrations above the dust laden tropical Atlantic

14.45

Jonas Elm: Molecular understanding of atmospheric new particle formation from sulfuric acid and diamines

Mikhail Paramonov: A laboratory investigation of the ice nucleation efficiency of mineral and soil dust

15.00

Arto Heitto: Modelling the growth of nanosized particles based on ambient organic vapour concentrations

Martin Wolf: Probing the Ice Nucleation Potential of Organic Sea Spray Aerosol

15.15

Olli-Pekka Tikkanen: Hygroscopicity of DMA-SA nanoparticles - comparison of measurements to model predictions

Olli Pakarinen: Role of surface structure in heterogeneous nucleation of ice

15.30-18.00

Poster session I (beverages & snacks)

Wednesday. June 28

09.00

Excursion to Porvoo
Busses leave from the Senate Square (Unioninkatu 34)

10.30

Plenary Session III (Art factory, Porvoo)

Chair: Hanna Vehkamäki

Robert McGraw: Temperature dependence in heterogeneous and homogeneous nucleation

Markku Kulmala: Legacy of SMEAR II observatory

12.30

Lunch at the conference venue Art factory in Porvoo

13.30

Free time & excursions in Porvoo

16.00

Boat leaves from Porvoo (directly to the restaurant)

16.00

Bus leaves from Porvoo to Helsinki city center

19.30

Conference dinner

Restaurant Saaristo (see how to get there in ’Social programme’-page)

Thursday. June 29 (Registration desk open 8:30-16:00)

09.00-09.45

Plenary session IV -PI

Thomas Peter: Heterogeneous versus homogeneous nucleation of ice in the upper troposphere and lower stratosphere
Chair: Paul DeMott

09.45-10.00

Award ceremony

10.00 – 12.30

Poster Session II (coffee & snacks served)

11.00-13:30 CNAA board meeting (P674, 6th floor)

12.30 – 13.30

Lunch (Unicafe with ICNAA coupons) & exhibition

13.30 – 15.00

Session 11 -PI: Ice nucleation

Chairs: Daniel Rieger &

Gregory Schill

Session 12 -PII: Sub 10 nm aerosol instrumentation

Chairs: Chris Hogan &
Michel Attoui

13.30

Gregory Schill: The Contribution of Black Carbon to Ice Nucleating Particle Concentrations from Biomass Burning

Jingkun Jiang: A miniature cylindrical differential mobility analyzer for sub-3 nm particle sizing

13.45

Robert Wagner: Heterogeneous ice nucleation ability of inorganic sea salt aerosol particles

Gerhard Steiner: An axial mobility classifier for the size segregation of atmospheric cluster ions

14.00

Daniel Rieger: Scale-dependency of cirrus cloud formation in the icon-art model

Joonas Vanhanen: Characterization of Dekati Diluter in the 1-20 nm

14.15

Sarah Grawe: Immersion freezing induced by coal fly ash

Michel Attoui: Characterization of the boosted 3776 butanol TSI CPC as detector in the sub 2 nm range

14.30

Atanu K. Metya: Heterogeneous nucleation of supercooled water nano-droplet and droplet containing nanoparticles on rough and smooth surfaces: a molecular dynamics investigation

Florian Dahlkötter: Investigation of particle nucleation events by highly resolved SMPS measurements

14.45

Daniel Cziczo: Uncertainty in counting ice nucleating particles

Joonas Enroth: On measuring the response time of condensation particle counters

15.00 – 15.30

Coffee break sponsored by AIRMODUS & exhibition

15: 30–17.15

Session 13 -PI: Atmospheric chemistry
Chairs: Katerina Karadima & Siegfried Schobesberger

Session 14 -PII: Sub 10 nm aerosol instrumentation

Chairs: Jingkun Jiang & Juha Kangasluoma

15.30

Chao Yan: The impact of NOx on oxidation products of monoterpenes and the subsequent nano-particle formation

Chris Hogan: The development of drift tube ion mobility spectrometry for the analysis of sub 10 nm particles

15.45

Olga Garmash: The effect of NOx on distribution of highly oxygenated molecules in aromatic systems

Markus Leiminger: The nanoTOF:A novel approach to study cluster ions

16.00

Katerina Karadima: Effect of organic content and humidity on the structure of atmospheric nanoparticles: a molecular dynamics study

Daniela Wimmer: Experimental investigation of aerosol particle composition and growth rates

16.15

Anna Hodshire: Nucleation and growth under high OH conditions

Lauri Ahonen: Characterisation of the effects caused by sample air humidity to the performance of a diethylene glycol based particle size magnifier

16.30

Siegfried Schobesberger: Quantifying oligomerization in organic aerosol through desorption thermogram modeling

Christian Tauber: On the temperature dependence of heterogeneous nucleation of n-butanol vapor on Ag and NaCl particle

16.45

Alexander Laskin: Atmospheric particles from unrecognized atmosphere-land interactions

Konstantinos Barmpounis: Alternating sign preference in ion-induced nucleation

17.00

Gennady Gor: Kinetic model for condensation-induced restructuring of atmospheric soot agglomerates

Juha Kangasluoma: On selected sources of uncertainty in the sub-3 nm particle concentration measurement

17.30 -18.00

Plenary session V -PI

Timo Vesala: 8-hours study of heat transfer in saunas over 21 years
Chair: Tuomo Nieminen

Friday. June 30 (Registration desk open 8:30-14:00)

09.00 – 09.45

Plenary session VI -PI

Lin Wang: Atmospheric nucleation in urban China
Chair: Veli-Matti Kerminen

09.45 – 10.30

Session 15 -PI: Particle phase change
Chair: Veli-Matti Kerminen

09.45

Mark Holden: Investigating active sites for immersion mode ice nucleation on alkali feldspars

10.00

Miklós Szakáll: Retention of organic and inorganic substances during the phase change induced by riming

10.15

Manish Shrivastava: Viscous secondary organic aerosols elevate global long-range transport and lung-cancer risk

10.30 – 11.00

Coffee break, snacks & exhibition

11.00 – 12.30

Session 16 -PI: Aerosols in urban environment

Chairs: Carmen Dameto de Espana & Wei Nie

Session 17 -PII: Nucleation: theory, experiments and observations

Chairs: Eimear Dunne & David Reguera

11.00

Imre Salma: Special features and relevance of new aerosol particle formation and growth process in cities

David Reguera: Nucleation under strong confinement

11.15

Wei Nie: New particle formation in polluted Yangtze River Delta

Tinja Olenius: Description of nucleation in aerosol dynamics models: Evaluation of commonly used assumptions

11.30

Xueshun Chen: Simulation on particle formation in Beijing

Jorge Ferreiro: Direct observation of cluster size distributions during nucleation and growth in laval expansions

11.45

Chunguan Cui: Visibility, PM2.5 and relative humidity in Wuhan

Eimear Dunne: A new parameterization of inorganic nucleation

12.00

Mao Xiao: Investigation of the role of aromatic hydrocarbons in new particle formation under urban atmospheric condition in the cloud chamber

Clémence Rose: Atmospheric evidence for pure biogenic nucleation

12.15

Carmen Dameto de Espana: Long-term study of urban new particle formation events and their impact on cloud condensation nuclei

Lubna Dada: Influence of atmospheric conditions on pure biogenic nucleation in the CLOUD chamber

12.30 -13.00

Official closing.
Award for best student oral & poster presentations

13.00 – 14.00

Lunch (Unicafe with ICNAA coupons) & exhibition

14.00

Optional excursion to Hyytiälä

15.30

Optional excursion to local brewery Stadin Panimo


Poster Session I Tuesday 15:30-18:00

 

  1. Angela Buchholz: The effect of relative humidity and chemical composition on the evaporation of SOA particles

  2. Roope Halonen: Molecular dynamics and isothermal homogeneous nucleation

  3. Jonathan Barrett: Tolman length and rigidity constants for the hard-core Yukawa fluid

  4. Michael Anisimov: Impact of phase transitions in condensed phases on the geometry of vapor nucleation rate surfaces

  5. Evgeni Zapadinsky: Non-equilibrium cluster properties and non-isothermal nucleation

  6. Victor Kurasov: Metastable phase decay at the decreasing rate of growth

  7. Miska Olin: Finding H2SO4-H2O nucleation rates in high H2SO4 concentrations

  8. Nonne Prisle: Probing structure and chemical properties of freestanding clusters with synchrotron radiation Part I: the muscle cluster source

  9. Daniel Schlesinger: Water accommodation on ice

  10. Kaupo Komsaare: Formation events of intermediate air ions at Tahkuse observatory in 1995-2016

  11. Sho Ayuba: Kinetic analysis of homogeneous droplet nucleation using large scale molecular dynamics simulation

  12. Ricky Teiwes: A new setup for the study of ion-molecule and ion-photon reactions relevant for aerosol science

  13. Martta Toivola: Computational prediction of salting in and salting out effects

  14. Craig Stroud: The effect of particle acidity on a-pinene SOA formation

  15. Dimitri Castarède: A thermodynamic description for the continuous deliquescence of atmospheric aerosol particles

  16. Julian Thompson: Work of formation of Caesium Hydroxide clusters determined by guided mitosis

  17. Egon Tschurtschenthaler: Controlling nucleation rates with patterns of impurities

  18. Janne Lampilahti: Boundary layer new-particle formation and roll vortices

  19. Liqing Hao: Combined effects of boundary layer dynamics and atmospheric chemistry on aerosol composition during new particle formation periods

  20. Lubna Dada: Method for identifying NPF types using characteristic nucleation-mode particles and ions

  21. Clémence Rose: Integrated evaluation of biogenic secondary organic aerosol formation in a global climate-model

  22. Ricardo Morales: Temperature dependence of particle number concentration produced by a two stroke engine

  23. Heikki Lihavainen: New particle formation at rural background site in Western Saudi Arabia

  24. Nanna Myllys: The effect of bisulfate, ammonia, and ammonium on the clustering of organic acids and sulfuric acid

  25. Juha Sulo: Observed differences between event and non-event days in levels of amine and ammonia containing comp

  26. Erik Thomson: Observations of a diurnal cycle of ice nucleating particle concentration on the shoulders of Mt. Kenya

  27. Thomas Koop: Ice nucleation and antifreeze properties of biological macromolecules

  28. Jiun-Horng Tsai: Airborne PM2.5 concentration improvement under various control scenarios – a case study in Taiwan

  29. Zoltán Németh: Multi-year long new particle formation in urban environments

  30. Chunshui Lin: Characterization of primary organic aerosol of domestic wood, peat, and coal burning

  31. Ayako Yoshino: Analysis of aerosol chemical composition measured at urban and rural sites in Japan

  32. Dongsheng Ji: Two years of near real-time measurements of carbonaceous aerosols in urban Beijing, China

  33. Wang Dawei: Observations of new particle formation in Hong-Kong

  34. Yuesi Wang: Mechanism for the formation of the January 2013 heavy haze pollution episode over central and easter China

  35. Lin Liu: Study the regional PM10 /PM2.5 characteristic

  36. Yongqing Bai: Environmental meteorology numerical model system

  37. Tao Song: Mixing layer height and its implications for air pollution over Beijing, China

  38. Juergen Spielvogel: A candidate measurement system for the standardized routine monitoring of particle number concentration

  39. Kristina Höhler: Phase change behavior of salt aerosol in a CFDC

  40. Ayumi Iwata: Characterization of individual ice nuclei by single droplet freezing method: a case study in the Asian dust outflow region

  41. Kristina Höhler: Ice nucleation activity of arable soil dust aerosol particles

  42. Paul DeMott: Novelties in ice nucleation terminology

  43. Alisya Sadykova: Laboratory studies of immersion mode heterogeneous ice nucleation

  44. Ilona Ylivinkka: Estimation of the CO2-induced terrestrial climate feedback in subarctic region

  45. Konstantinos Doulgeris: In-situ cloud measurements during three Pallas cloud experiments

  46. Anu-Maija Sundström: Possibilities and challenges of using satellite data for estimating sulphuric acid concentrations

  47. Shufeng Pang: The effect of metal ions on chemical reaction between dicarboxylic acid and nitrate within aerosols*

  48. Gregor Kotalczyk: Monte Carlo simulations of the combined mechanisms of homogenous and heterogenous nucleation and coagulation based on weighted simulation particles*

  49. Tinja Olenius: New particle formation from sulfuric*

  50. Sander Mirme: An Instrument for Simple Cluster Ion Count Measurement*

*Late posters: Abstracts are available on the ICNAA2017’s web page.


Poster Session II Thursday 10:00-12:30

  1. Nonne Prisle: Probing structure and chemical properties of freestanding clusters with synchrotron radiation Part II: aqueous salt clusters and atmospheric applications

  2. Delphine Vardanega: Phase changes in carboxylic acid/water aerosols: a molecular dynamics study

  3. Li-Hao Young: Performance evaluation of a VTDMA-APM system for the volatility and effective density of ultrafine particles

  4. Katherine Nadler: Temperature dependent spectroscopy of single model sea spray aerosol

  5. Noora Hyttinen: Computational study of the chemical ionization of highly oxidized OH-initiated oxidation products of butadiene using different reagent ions

  6. Matti Rissanen: Investigating the gas-phase formation of organic sulfur compounds from atmospheric volatile organic compound oxidation reactions

  7. Lauriane Quéléver: Measuring the temperature response of highly oxidized multifunctional (HOM) molecules

  8. Ximeng Qi: HOM concentrations and their contributions to initial growth at the boreal forest of Finland (SMEAR II station) and urban China (Sorpes station)

  9. Liine Heikkinen: Impact of aerosol liquid water content and acidity on the fate of nitrogen containing SOA species formed from α-pinene ozonolysis

  10. Rui Han: Spatial and temporal variation of haze in China from 1961 to 2012

  11. Monica Passananti: What happens to sulfuric acid-amine clusters inside the API-ToF?

  12. Sainan Wang: Intramolecular H-migrations in certain types of peroxy radicals in the urban atmosphere

  13. Siddharth Iyer: Detection of HO2 and cyclohexene ozonolysis radicals and products by an iodide-CIMS

  14. Simon Schallhart: Anthropogenic and biogenic VOC fluxes from a boreal forest in south Finland

  15. Xucheng He: Measurement of gas phase iodine-containing compounds

  16. Alexei Kiselev: Heterogeneous nucleation of NaCl dihydrate in supercooled droplets of sea salt analog solution

  17. Marzieh Khansari: Deriving particle growth rate proxy based on satellite data

  18. Aki Virkulla: Aerosol optical properties during a polluted winter period at Sorpes, a regional background station in Nanjing, China

  19. Katri Leino: New particle formation inside the evolving boundary layer

  20. Sophie Haslett: Highly-controlled, reproducible measurements of aerosol emissions from biomass combustion

  21. Martha Arbayani Zaidan: Neural network classifier on time series features for predicting atmospheric particle formation days

  22. Qiaozhi Zha: Measurement of HOMs at two different heights: influence of planetary boundary layer on HOM chemistry

  23. Arttu Ylisirniö: The effect of oxidative aging on chemical composition and volatility of SOA from α-pinene and real plant emissions

  24. Hanna Manninen: Zeppelin-led study on the onset of new particle formation

  25. Lubna Dada: Accuracy of ‘apparent’ particle formation rates calculated forward and backward

  26. Robert Chellapermal: IMS coupled with a tof-MS for high-resolution ambient gas and aerosol analysis

  27. Santtu Mikkonen: Organics dominating over ammonia and sulphuric acid in formation and growth of new particles

  28. Anna Nikandrova: Attribution of aerosol layers from ground based lidar and airborne in situ measurements

  29. Jukka-Pekka Keskinen: MOA sources in a global chemistry transport model

  30. Heikki Junninen: Arctic aerosols and particle formation in northern Greenland

  31. Lisa Beck: Concurrent new particle formation events at two alpine mountain observatories in the Alps

  32. Putian Zhou: Effective BVOCs exchange of boreal forests: emissions versus in-canopy sinks

  33. Minsu Park: Aerosol size distribution and new particle formation measured on a 300 m observation tower

  34. Niku Kivekäs: 10 years of cloud droplet activation data from Pallas atmosphere-ecosystem supersite in sub-arctic Finland

  35. Joel Alroe: Hygroscopic contribution of semi-volatile species to CCN-relevant aerosol

  36. Simon Gruber: Contrails in a weather forecast model - influence on cirrus clouds and the radiation budget

  37. Stephen Noble: Extracting particle solubility through comparisons of CCN and particle size distributions

  38. Sara Forestieri: Establishing the impact of model surfactants on cloud condensation nuclei activity of sea spray aerosols

  39. Jana Preissler: The impact of aerosol composition on microphysical cloud properties observed at Mace Head, Ireland

  40. Kirsten Fossum: Aerosol physico-chemical and CCN properties in and around Antarctica during the austral summer

  41. Ksenia Tabakova: Interaction between aerosols and liquid clouds in boreal forest zone observed during BAECC campaign

  42. Xiangrui Kong: A continuous flow diffusion chamber study of sea salt particles acting as cloud seeds: deliquescence, ice nucleation and sublimation

  43. Darius Ceburnis: Climatic implications of particulate matter: dimming or brightening?

  44. Tuukka Petäjä: 50 years of ecological research and 25 years of comprehensive atmosphere-biosphere interaction

  45. Ki-Tae Park: Evidence for the formation of DMS-derived aerosols during arctic phytoplankton blooms

  46. Krista Luoma: Multiple scattering correction for different aethalometer correction algorithms at the SMEAR II station

  47. Chang Hoon Jung: Sensitivity on the optical properties for hulis aerosol at Anmyeon island, Korea

  48. Yayoi Inomata: Transboundary transport of anthropogenic sulfur in PM2.5 at a coastal site in the sea of Japan

  49. Priyanka Kumari: A study of the seasonal variations in spectral diffuse and direct beam solar irradiance over Delhi

  50. Michel Attoui: Design and calibration of 1nm butanol CPC

  51. Juha Kangasluoma: Electrospray generation of singly charged sub-4 nm clusters

  52. Tiia Laurila: Improved counting statistics of an ultrafine DMPS system by utilizing ultrafine A20 CPC with optics flow rate of 2.5 lpm

  53. Maija Peltola: Particle growth rates from nucleation mode to cloud condensation nuclei sizes

Maximum size of poster is 115 cm (width) x 145 cm (height). These dimensions will comfortably accommodate for example, A0 poster in vertical orientation.


Meetings:
CNAA board meeting - 11.00-13.30, Thursday June 29. P674, 6th floor.






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