Best Poster and Trojan Horse Awards
22nd ETH-Conference on Combustion Generated Nanoparticles
June 18th - 21st, 2018 at ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Every year the most accomplished poster presentations at the ETH Conference on Combustion Generated Nanoparticles are rewarded with a Best Poster Award. The poster committee evaluates all posters on their design, clarity of the presentation - both of the poster and also when talking to the presenter - and their scientific content.
Best Poster Award Committee
- Oliver F. Bischof, TSI (Chairman)
- Prof. Dr. Heinz Burtscher, FHNW/IAST
- Prof. em. Dr. Peter Gehr, University of Bern
- Dr. Adrian Hess, PSI
- Thomas W. Lutz, ETH/LAV
- Dr. h.c. Andreas Mayer, TTM
- Prof. Barbara Rothen-Rutishauser, AMI, University of Fribourg
- Dr. Norbert Heeb, EMPA
In 2018 the three best poster presentations were once again recognized by award certificates and prize money. The best-rated poster received SFr 600 (approx. $610 US), the second SFr 400 (approx. $405) and the third SFr 200 (approx. $200).
On Thursday, June 22nd, the three winners of the Best Poster Awards of the 22nd ETH Nanoparticle Conference were announced during a ceremony in front of the entire audience.
The winners were:
Friebel Franz (ETH Zürich, IAC, Switzerland) et al.
Temperature vs Ozone Concentration: New Insights to the CCN-activity and LDSA of Soot Particles after Long Term Exposure to Ambient Ozone Concentrations.
Ess Michaela, (Federal Institute of Metrology METAS, Switzerland)
Characterization of a New MiniCAST Generator (Model 5201 Type BC) Including Diffusion and Premixed Flame Options
Thier Dominic (NGK Europe, Germany)
Optimizing Gasoline Particulate Filter Technologies in order to Improve Filtration Performance under Current RDE Conditions
SWISSLUNG sponsers the awards for the three best posters presented at the 22 nd ETH Nanoparticle Conference.
The Swiss Lung Foundation was established 1988 to fight tuberculosis and lung diseases and for clean air, by supporting research and disseminate the knowledge about air pollution, its causes and consequences for health.