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Welcome to Prague

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.


 


News

September 12, 2013

Best Poster Awards winners added

September 9, 2013

Conference statistics added

September 2, 2013

Conference photogallery added

August 20, 2013

Concert Programme added

August 20, 2013

Deadline for Best Poster Awards applications postponed to August 23rd, 2013

Important Dates

September 5, 2013 (Thursday)
Conference Dinner

September 6, 2013 (Friday)
End of the conference



Scientific Topics

Since the last European aerosol conference, EAC 2012 in Granada, Spain, the number of key areas covered by the conference has increased. The upcoming conference will provide a platform for the traditional, as well as for the very new scientific and technological topics. The programme of the conference will be arranged thematically according to the working groups of the EAA, namely:

  • Aerosol-based Nanotechnology
  • Aerosol Chemistry
  • Aerosol Modelling
  • Atmospheric Aerosol
  • Combustion Aerosols
  • Electrical Effects
  • Fundamentals
  • Indoor and Working Place Aerosols
  • Instrumentation
  • Particle-Lung Interactions
  • PMx