Agenda of the 21st Conference


21st ETH-Conference on Combustion Generated Nanoparticles

June 19th - 22nd, 2017 at ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Focus Event: Will Diesel Technology Survive?

 

Agenda of Presentations

Tuesday June 20th 2017

Welcome 09.00-09.20  
Burtscher Heinz / FHNW, Switzerland
Welcome
   
Barro Christophe / ETH ZURICH, Switzerland
Housekeeping
   
Opening Address 09.20-09.30  
D'Urbano Giovanni / FOEN Switzerland
Swiss, European and Joint Efforts to Prevent Ultrafine Particle Emissions
   
Key Lecture 09.30-10.00  

Kadijk Gerrit / TNO, NL
High Emission Risks Despite Highly Effective Emission Control Technology

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Kadijk Gerrit / TNO, NL
White paper:
NPTI – the New Periodic Technical Inspection emission test procedure for vehicles with emission control systems.

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COFFEE BREAK 10.10-10.30
Session 1: Ambient Air
Chair: Hüglin Christoph
10.30-12.10  
Eeftens Marloes / Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute
Characterizing Real-time Vertical Air Pollution Gradients in an Urban Environment
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Paulson Suzanne / UCLA, US
Cross-Intersection Profiles of Ultrafine Particles in Different Built Environments: Implications for Pedestrian Exposure and Bus Transit Stops
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Schripp Tobias / German Aerospace Center, Germany
Ambient Ultra-fine Particle Concentration Monitoring During a "Fine dust alert" Event in Stuttgart Focusing on High Size and Time Resolution
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Irwin Martin / Cambustion, UK
A New Method to Obtain the Black Carbon Mixing State of Biomass and Combustion Aerosols
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Mylläri Fanni / Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Total Particle Number Concentration and Particle Size Distribution of Nanoparticles from Real-scale Pulverized Solid Fuel Combustion
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LUNCH 12.10-13.20
Session 2: Fundamentals
Chair: Burtscher Heinz
13.20-14.20  
Konstandopoulos Athanasios / CPERI/CERTH, Greece
On the Soot Particle Size Distribution Evolution During Oxidative Fragmentation
   
Kelesidis Giorgios / ETH Zürich, Switzerland
Mobility Size and Effective Density of Soot Nanoparticles
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Arnold Frank / MPI, Germany
Nucleation-Particle Formation in Modern Diesel Vehicle Exhaust via Acid-Base Reactions
 

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Session 3: Aircraft and Airports
Chair: Brem Benjamin
14.20-15.20  
Durdina Lukas / EMPA, Switzerland
Assessment of Particle Pollution from Jetliners: From Smoke Visibility to Nanoparticle Counting
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Anderson Bruce / NASA, USA
Effects of Fuel Composition on Aircraft Particle Emissions: Results from NASA Ground and Airborne Experiments
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Sioutas Constantinos / University Southern California, USA
Comparison of Aircraft Emissions from Los Angeles International Airport to Urban Vehicle Traffic Emissions and its Impact on Air Quality in Los Angeles
 

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COFFEE BREAK and POSTER SESSION: Posters of the Topics 1-4 15.20-16.30  
Session 4: Non-Road Sources
Chair: Schegk Claus-Detlef
16.30-17.30  
Eibl Sebastian / Wehrwissensch. Institut für Werk- und Betriebsstoffe, Germany
Formation of Respirable Carbon Fiber Fragments in Carbon Composite Fires
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Jensen Thomas Nørregaard / Danish Technological Institute
Characterization of Particle Emissions from Candles
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Køcks Morten / Danish Technological Institute
Shipboard Characterization of a Combined Particle Filter and NOx-reducing Technology: Influence on Particle Number Concentration, Particle Size Distribution and Gas Emissions
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APERITIF offered by the EXHIBITORS from 17.30

 

Wednesday June 21st, 2017

Session 5A: Emission Control of Diesel and Gasoline Engines
Chair: Czerwinski Jan
08.30-09.50  
Andersson Jon / RICARDO, UK
PN Measurements above & below 23nm
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Barro Christophe / ETHZ, Switzerland
Combustion and Emissions Investigations Using OME and Stoichiometric Operation in a Compression Ignition Engine
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Khalek Imad A. / SWRI, USA
Particle Number and Ash Emissions from a Heavy Duty Natural Gas and Diesel w/DPF Engines
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Muñoz Maria / EMPA, Switzerland
Are GDI Vehicle Exhausts Genotoxic like Non-treated Diesel Exhausts?
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COFFEE BREAK and POSTER SESSION: Posters of the Topics 5-7 09.50-11.00  
Session 5B: Emission Control of Diesel and Gasoline Engines
Chair: Barro Christophe
11.00-12.00  
Czerwinski Jan / AFHB, Switzerland
Nanoparticle Emissions of GDI Car with Increased Lube Oil Consumption, Potentials of GPF
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Pieber Simone M. / Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland
Gas Phase Composition and Secondary Organic Aerosol Formation from Gasoline Direct Injection Vehicles Investigated in Batch and Flow Reactors
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Vojtisek-Lom Michal / Czech Technical University Prague
On-road Measurement of Emissions of Reactive Nitrogen Compounds and Greenhouse Gases from Euro 6 Diesel and Natural Gas Vans Using an On-board FTIR
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LUNCH 12.00-13.00
Session 6A: Health Session
Chair: Gehr Peter
13.00-14.30  
Künzli Nino / Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute
Ultrafine Particles and Health: Reviewing the Evidence in the Current Policy Context
Key-Lecture pdf
Brugge Doug / Tufts University, USA
Traffic-related UFP and Cardiovascular Health: Findings from a community-based study in Boston, MA
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Jarvis Ian / King's College, London, UK
Genotoxic and Inflammatory Responses of Human Bronchial Epithelial Cells to Diesel and Biodiesel Exhaust
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Nikitina Liudmila / Medical University, Graz, Austria
Nanotoxicology of Human Placenta: Evaluation of Suitable Model for Environmental Toxicity
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Session 7A: Particle Filters
Chair: Lutz Thomas
14.30-15.50  
Kureti Sven / University of Freiberg, Germany
Soot Oxidation on Manganese Oxide Catalysts in Gasoline Exhaust
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Coplin Nick / ORBITAL Australia
Wall-flow Type DPF System to Replace Existing Wet Element Filter Systems Used in Typical LHDs in Underground Coal Operations
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Hosseini Vahid / Sharif University, Iran
New-fit Sulfur Tolerant DPF Solution to Meet Iran's New Emission Legislation
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Sappok Alexander / CTS, USA
In-Use Particulate Filter State of Health Monitoring: Prognostics and Diagnostics Using Radio Frequency Sensing
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COFFEE BREAK and POSTER SESSION: Posters of the Topics 8-10 15.50-17.00  
Session 7B: Particle Filters 
Chair: Mayer Andreas
17.00-18.00  
Wang Yajun / Chinese Research Academy
Real World Particle Number Reduction Evaluation under Shenzhen DPF Retrofit Program in China
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Yamamoto Kazuhiro / Nagoya University, Japan
Effect of Soot Size on Particle Filtration and Soot Cake Formation in Diesel Particulate Filter
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Jokiniemi Jorma, University of Eastern Finland
Novel Electrical Charging Condensing Heat Exchanger for Efficient Particle Emission Reduction and Heat Recovery in Small Boilers
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Aperitif
DINNER PARTY invited by Sponsors
Dinner Speaker: Scheck C.-D.
18.00
19.00
 

 

Thursday, June 22nd 2016

Session 8: Particle Metrology and Instrumentation
Chair: Bischof Oliver
08.30-10.10  
Migliorini Francesca / CNR-ICMATE, Italy
Can Black Carbon be defined by the Absorption Properties of Laser-heated Combustion Generated Nanoparticles?
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Keller Alejandro / FHNW, Switzerland
FATCAT: New Characterization Method for Particulate Emissions from Wood Burning Appliances
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Khan M. Yusuf / Cummins, USA
Comparison of Full Flow Dilution, Partial Flow Dilution, and Raw Exhaust Particle Number Measurements
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Kittelson David / University Minnesota USA
Diesel and Gas Turbine Nanoparticle Density Distribution Measurements
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Terres Alexander / BMW Group, Germany
Inter-laboratory Comparison of Calibration Aerosols for Engine Exhaust Condensation Particle Counters
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Poster Award Ceremony
Bischof
Oliver
10.10-10.30 >>
Troyan Horse Award Ceremony
Schiltknecht
Jacques
10.30-10.40 >>
COFFEE BREAK 10.40-11.00
Session 6B: Health Session
Chair: Rothen-Rutishauser Barbara
11.00-12.30  
Zimmermann Ralf / JMSC Uni Rostock and Helmholz-Zentrum München
Biological effects of emissions from ship diesel, gasoline car-engines and wood combustion: Multi-omics characterization of aerosol-exposed lung cells and chemical profiles of the emissions
Key Lecture pdf
Baltzopoulou Penelope / APTL/CPERI/CERTH, Greece
Cross Evaluating the Effects of a Cerium-Based Diesel Fuel Additive on Exhaust Toxicity with in vitro Air-Liquid Interface Cell Exposure Systems of Different Flow Patterns
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Sorrentino Rosalinda / University of Salerno, Italy
Oxidized Ultrafine Particles Induce the Activation of the Inflammasome in Human Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells Obtained from Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Patients
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Lawrence Alfred / Isabella Thoburn College, India
Indoor Air Quality Assessment and Health Impact with Respect to Household Conditions in Urban and Rural Lucknow Houses
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LUNCH 12.30-13.30
FOCUS-Event
Will Diesel Technology Survive?
   
Introduction and Chair
Heeb
Norbert, EMPA, Switzerland
Blue Technology not green enough: Nitrogen Chemistry of Current On-road DeNOx-Technologies
13.30-13.50 pdf
Section I: Impact of Current Diesel Technologies 13.50-15.10  
Alt Gian-Marco, AWEL
Remote Sensing of Diesel and Petrol NOx Emis-sions during a Decade
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Williams Rod, CONCAWE
Effect of Fuel Properties on Particulate Emissions from Euro4, 5 and 6 Passenger Cars
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Hüglin Christoph, EMPA
Effects of traffic related abatement policies on Swiss air quality trends
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Bauer Christian, SCCER
The environmental performance of current and future passenger vehicles: Life cycle assessment based on a novel scenario analysis framework
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COFFEE BREAK 15.10-15.40
Section II: The Future of Diesel Technologies 15.40-16.40  
Baar Roland, TU Berlin
Diesel, Petrol or Electricity for Future Road Traffic
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Stenzel Karsten, WTZ
The green marine engine – A dream or reality?
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Kadijk Gerrit, TNO
Investigation into a Periodic Technical Inspection (PTI) test method to check for presence and prop-er functioning of Diesel Particulate Filters in light-duty diesel vehicles
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Goodbye:
Barro
Christophe
   
End of the 21st ETH-NPC 16.50

 

Posters
Poster Session 1: Ambient Air    
Abramesco Viktoria, Technion Israel
A comparative Analysis of Ultrafine Particles air Pollution inside Diesel-Propelled Passenger Trains and Intercity Buses
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Afroughi Mohammad Javad, University of Alberta Tehran
UFP Study: Spatial and Temporal Distribution
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Arhami Mohammad, Sharif University
Carbonaceous, Organic and Toxic Metals Components of Particles and Their Seasonal Trends in Tehran, Iran
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Babu Praveen, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
Assessment of Respirable Suspended Particulate Matters in an Underground Metro Station Platform in Delhi City, India
   
Booker Douglas, NAQTS
Quantifying Solid and Total Particle Number Concentrations from An Array of Vehicles Using the "Plume Chaser Method"
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Friebel Franz, ETHZ
CCN-Activation of Soot Particles after Long Term Exposure to Atmospherically Relevant Ozone Concentrations
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Lohe Saurabh, IIT Bombay, Mubai, India
Lung-Deposited Surface Area, Number, Black Carbon and Mass Concentration of PM2.5 from Different Kerbside Measurements
 

Poster Session 2: Fundamentals
 
Bisht Thapa Gunjan, Kathmandu University Nepal
Fast and Efficient Removal of Arsenic through Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Assisted Modified Magnetic Nanoparticles
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Ciajolo Anna, Istituto ricerche sulla combustione, CNR
Integrated Approach for the Structural Analysis and Sizing of Flame-formed Organic Carbon and Ultrafine Carbon Particles
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Contreras Barbosa Yadert, Universidad de los Andes, Bogota
Variation of Number of Particles Distribution by Temperature Effects in an Exhaust of a two-stroke Engine in a High Altitude City
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Davis Justin, University Washington
Growth Mechanism for Soot Primary Particles in Recirculating Hydrocarbon Flame
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Kelesidis Georgios A., ETHZ
Optical Properties of Nascent and Mature Soot Aggregates Growing by Agglomeration & Surface Growth
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Kelesidis Georgios A., ETHZ
Agglomerate Structure and Size Distribution in the Transition Regime: The Effect of Primary Particle Polydispersity
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Park Wonah, Korea Institute of Ma-chinery and Materials
Effects of Oxygenated Fuels on Soot from Diesel Spray
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Shaygani Afshin, Sharif University
Quasi-Smoluchowski Equation and Deposition of Macro-Nano Particles onto a Surface
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Sermon Paul, Brunel University
Carbonaceous Combustion-Generated Nanoparticles (PM0.1)
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Varghese Gelu, Brighton University
Investigation of the Characteristics of Nanoparticles Emissions from the Small Diesel Engine
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Poster Session 3: Aircraft and Airport
 
Brem Benjamin, EMPA
Variability in Non-volatile Particulate Matter Emissions of Aero Gas Turbines; Engine Deterioration
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Durdina Lukas, EMPA
Correlations of Nonvolatile Particulate Matter Mass and Number Emissions and Particle Size with Smoke Number Determined for Commercial Aircraft Jet Engines
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Elser Miriam, EMPA
Optical Properties of Black Carbon Particles in Aircraft Engine Exhaust
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Moore Richard, NASA
Engine Particle Emission Indices for Aircraft Taking Off at Los Angeles International Airport
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Teoh Roger, Imperial College London
Aircraft Black Carbon Particle Number Emissions – New Predictive Method & Uncertainty Analysis
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Whitefield Philip, Missouri University
Plume Processing of Soot Aerosol in a Jet Engine Exhaust
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Poster Session 4: Non-Road Sources
 
Jensen Thomas Nørregaard, Danish Technological Institute, Aarhus, Denmark
Characterization of particle emissions from candles
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Køcks Morten, Danish Technological Institute, Aarhus, Denmark
Shipboard characterization of a combined particle filter and SCR system: Influence on particle number concentration, particle size distribu-ion and gas emissions
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Kuittinen Niina, Tampere University of Technology
Number and Characteristics of Particles Emitted from a Marine Engine Using Different Fuels
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Pratte Pascal, Philip Morris International
Solid Particle Investigations in the Mainstream of 3R4F Reference Cigarettes, and the Tobacco Heating System THS2.2 and Commercial Cigarettes
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Setyan Ari, EMPA
Dynamic Properties of Exhaled e-Cigarette Aerosol vs. Conventional Cigarette Smoke
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Vojtisek-Lom Michal, Czech Technical University in Prague & Technical University of Liberec
On-track Measurements of Exhaust Emissions from Diesel Motorized Car and Locomotives During Line-haul passenger Service
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Zardini Alessandro, European Commis-sion
Exhaust Emissions from Small Utility Engines: Effect of Different Fuels and Lube Oils
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Poster Session 5: Emission Control of Diesel and Gasoline Engines
 
Bagheri Mehdi, Technical University of Berlin
Simultaneous Application of Exhaust Gas Recirculation and non-constant Injection Rates to reduce NOx and Soot Emissions in Diesel Engines
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Bleicker Dirk, CARIT Automotive GmbH & Co. KG
Increased Exhaust Aftertreatment Availability and Efficiency by User Friendly Data Logging and Communication
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Brough Robert, University of Nottingham
Structure Analysis of Primary Carbon Nanoparticles from a Modern Turbocharged Direct-injection Gasoline Engine
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Cha Junepyo, Korea National Uni-versity of Transportation
Evaluation of Real Driving Emissions Characteristics with Light Duty Vehicles on Domestic Sales
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Czerwinski Jan, AFHB
Nanoparticle Emissions from Gasoline Cars DI & MPI
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Keller Alejandro, University of Applied Sciences Northwestern
High Time-resolved SOA-formation Potential of Emissions from GDI engines
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Kim Kangjin, University Korea
Size-resolved Nanoparticle and Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs) Emissions Characteristics with Low-, Medium-, and High Proportion of Ethanol Contents Fuels from a Direct Injection Spark Ignition (DISI) Vehicle
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Koczak Justin, University of Michigan
Morphology and Nanostructure of Size-Selected Ultrafine Particles Emitted by a Gasoline Direct Injection Engine
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Muñoz Maria, EMPA
Effect of two Oxygenated Fuels on Genotoxic Emissions of GDI Vehicles
 

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Oles Jan Piotr, University of Nottingham
Evaluating Performance on Uncoated GPF in Real World Driving Using Experimental Results and CFD Modelling
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Padmanaban Vishnu, University West Virginia
Characterization of Particle Number (PN) Emissions from Modern Gasoline Vehicle during High Transient Vehicle Activity
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Rubino Lauretta, GM Europe / Opel
GPF Durability Study at two Different Exhaust Locations for two Identical Vehicles: Effect of Soot and Ash accumulation over Lifetime
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Poster Session 6: Health Impact
 
Bhardawaj Avdesh, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
A Study of Fine and Ultrafine Particle Exposure, Dietary Habits and Link to Cardiovascular Diseases among Volunteer Subjects in Delhi
 
Bisig Christoph, Adolphe Merkle Institute
An in vitro Exposure Method to As-sess Adverse Effects of Ambient Air Using Human Lung Cells
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Lonati Giovanni, Politecnico di Milano
Toxicity of Biomass Combustion Generated Ultrafine Particles: Evi-dence from Stack-sampled and Air-borne UFPs
 

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Topinka Jan, Institute of Experimental Medicine CAS, Czech Republic
Genotoxic Potential of Particulate Emissions from Residential Solid Fuel Boilers: The Effect of Technology, Fuel, and Operation Output
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Poster Session 7: Particle Filters
 
Coplin Nick, ORBITAL Australia
Wall-flow Type DPF System to Replace Existing Wet Element Filter Systems Used in Typical LHDs in Underground Coal Operations
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Iojoiu Eduard Emil, Volvo Group Trucks Technology
Biofuel Impact on Diesel Engine After-treatment: Deactivation Mechanisms and Soot Reactivity
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Lintis Laura, Institut de Radioprotection et de Sûreté Nucléaire
Water Sorption Phenomenon on Solid Particles Emitted during a Fire: Identification of the Influencing Physico-chemical Parameters
 

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Schlickum Volker, Berliner Se-natsbehörde
Defects by DPF
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Zöllner Christian, LTTT, Bayreuth
Comparison of Loading and Regeneration Behavior of Uncoated, Coated and Aged Diesel Particulate Filters
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Poster Session 8: Particle Metrology and Chemical Characterization
 
Aakko-Saksa Päivi, VTT Finland
Analysing Elemental Carbon from Ship Particulate Matter: Artefacts and Possible Solutions
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Gerkens Stefan, TESTO
Systematic Study on the Robustness of a Diffusion Size Classifier Sensor for Nanparticle Characterisation
 
Haffner-Staton Ephraim, University of Nottingham
Optimisation of 3D-TEM Methods for High-throughput Flame-generated Soot Nanoparticles Analysis
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Höfert Norbert, VDI Düsseldorf
An Approach to a Harmonized Method for Monitoring the Particle Number Size Distribution of Ultrafine Particles in Ambient Air
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Ko Jinyoung, University Korea
Impact of Catalytic Stripper (CS) on the Characteristics of Particle Num-ber (PN) Emissions from a GDI Vehicle over the World-harmonized light-duty Vehicle Test Cycle (WLTC)
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Okamura Kazumasa, Toyota
Investigation of the Simplified Meas-urement Technique of the Secondary Aerosols Formed from Gaseous Emissions of Vehicle Exhaust
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Rönkkö Topi, Tampere University
Nanoparticles in natural gas engine exhaust
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Paulson Suzanne, Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, UCLA
HULIS Enhancement of Hydroxyl Radical Formation from Fe(II): Kinetics of Fulvic Acid-Fe(II) Complexes in the Presence of Lung Anti-Oxidants
   
Shaygani Afshin, Sharif University
Bayesian Inference Applied to a CFD-generated Database for Calibration of Electrical Mobility Spectrometer (EMS) and Size Distribution Measurements of Particles
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Shingler Taylor, National Aeronautics and Space Administration - Langley
Black Carbon Shootout: Instrument Intercomparison
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Šperka Jiří, Czech Metrology Institute, Brno
3D Printed Module for Air Flow Control of PPD42 Particle Sensor
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Stanciu Stefan G., University Bucharest
Characterization of Nanostructured Materials, Biological Specimens, and their Interaction by means of Correlative Optical Imaging in the Far-field and Near-field Regimes
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Svedberg Mika, Airmodus
Fast Size Distribution Measurement for < 10 nm Plasma Generated Particles
 
Visser Bradley, Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz
Photothermal interferometry for the in-situ measurement of aerosol light absorption
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Yamada Hiroyuki, Tokyo Denki University
Sub-10 nm Particles Observation Using PMP Methodology -Down from Ten-
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Zerrath Axel, TSI
Design Criteria and Early Stage Development of the Next Generation of Butanol CPC's
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Poster Session 9: Legislation and Enforcement
 
Bainschab Markus, University Graz
Extending Particle Number Limits to below 23 nm: First Results of the H2020 DownToTen Project
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Fierz Martin, Naneos Particle Solutions
Simple periodic DPF inspection with a handheld device
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Press-Kristensen Kåre, Danish Ecological Council
Taxation of Residential Burning
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Reinoso Aliosha, GEASUR
Santiago de Chile Experience with Respect to Inspection and Maintenance Using Particle Number Measurement
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Poster Session 10: Biomass Combustion and Biofuels
 
Berhardt Alexander, IZES
Field Tests of an Electrostatic Pre-cipitator in Different Small Scaled Biomass Boilers: Chemical and Physical Properties of Different Ash Fractions
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Bhattu Deepika, PSI
Gas and Particle Phase Emissions from Residential Wood Combustion
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Holubcik Michal, University of Zilina, Slovakia
Particulate Matter Production of Small Heat Source Depending on the Bark Content in Wood Pellets
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Jokiniemi Jorma, University of Eastern Finland
Study of High-temperature Oxidation of Wood Combustion Particles Using Tandem Differential Mobility Analysis
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Singh Ankur, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
Understanding the Current Usage Pattern of Residential Biomass Fuel and its Implications in Northern Indian Region
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Sulovcova Katarina, University of Zilina, Slovakia
Geometrical Optimization of the Flue Gas Path with Regard to Particulate Matter Reduction
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Zotter Peter, Bioenergy Research, Lucerne
Primary and Secondary Particle and Gas Phase Emissions from nine State-of-the-art Wood Combustion Devices
 

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