BEST POSTER AWARDS
Best Poster Awards are granted by the EAA Working Groups and sponsored by the Organizing Committee of EAC2023.
The presenting author must be either a master or a PhD student, or an early career postdoc (less than 3 years since graduation).
How to apply
Authors may apply for the BPA by sending an email to EAC2023@dfmf.uned.es (indicating in the Subject: Best Poster Award). The email should indicate: title of submitted abstract, name of presenting author and author data (Master Student, PhD Students or date and place of PhD thesis in the case of early career postdoc). The application may be submitted by any of the poster authors.
The deadline for application to BPA is Monday, July 31, 2023.
The BPA committee will take into account the scientific quality of the materials presented (50%), the clarity of the message (25%) and the overall design of the poster (25%).
Contestants MUST be present at the poster during the specified poster sessions, otherwise the poster will not be evaluated.
AwardsThe awards will be presented at the conference. The award includes a diploma and a pecuniary sum (100 Euro).
- Jack Lin
- Ismael Ortega
- Stefan Schumacher
- Christina Isaxon
- Georgia Kastrinaki
- Luewton L.F. Agostinho
- Eirini Goudeli
- Baseerat Romshoo (Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Studies, TROPOS, Germany): Machine learning algorithm for predicting black carbon (BC) optical properties at various stages of aging.
- Daniela Klink (Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Germany): Pressure-induced Diels-Alder-Reactions in nanometer aerosol particles: Experimental method and instrument development.
- Emil Varghese (Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai, India): Molecular Characterization of Bioaerosols over a Tropical Marine Region.
- Georgia Argyropoulou (FORTH/ICE-HT, Greece): Continuous measurement of ultrafine particle mass concentration (PM_0.1) based on measurements of particle number concentration above 50 nm (N_50).
- Henna Lintusaari (Aerosol physics laboratory, Tampere University, Finland): Emission factors in different traffic environments in Central Europe.
- Nathan Watson (University of Manchester, United Kingdom): Burning up: Uncovering the impact of solid and biomass fuel burning on particulate pollution in South Manchester during Cold Snaps between 2021-23.
- Una Trivanovic (ETH Zurich, Switzerland): Evolution of soot size distribution & nanostructure during enclosed spray combustion of jet fuel.
- Vaios Moschos (The University of North Carolina System, USA): Quantifying the light-absorption properties and molecular composition of brown carbon aerosol from African biomass combustion.
- Yen Thi-Hoang Le (Inha University, Incheon, Korea): Simultaneous real-time observation of Condensable Particulate Matter evolution on presence of Filterable Particulate Matter
- Yu-Chen Cheng (National Ilan University, Taiwan): Evaluation of the nano particle filtration performance with alignment and random nano fibers.
- Yue Meng (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, KIT, Germany): The evaporation and hygroscopic growth of saliva droplets and its implication for viability of airborne microorganisms.
- Yuxiang Yin (Shanghai Tech University, Shanghai, China): Large‐area printing of interconnects with nanoscale precision.