City Pollution: Emerging Scientific Issues for Air Quality Policy
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City Pollution: Emerging Scientific Issues for Air Quality Policy

On World Environment Day, explore the emerging scientific issues for air quality policy

When: Wednesday, 5 June 2019
11:30 - 16:00
Where: Institute of Physics
37 Caledonian Road
Kings Cross
London N1 9BU
United Kingdom

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11:30 Registration

12:00 Lunch

12:50 Introduction by Professor Yannis Hardalupas, chair of Combustion Physics Group

Chair of event: Peter F Gill

12:55 Note on air pollution in London from City Hall

Roulin Khondoker

13:00 (Invited) Changing Sources and Speciation of Volatile Organic Compounds
Professor Alastair Lewis, University of York, UK

13:40 (Invited) Biomass Burning as a Source of Urban PM2.5
Professor Hugh Coe, University of Manchester, UK

14:20 Coffee Break

14:40 (Invited) Non-exhaust Particles from Road Traffic
Professor Roy Harrison, University of Birmingham, UK

15:20 (Invited) Health Effects of Exposure to Fine and Ultrafine Particles
Professor Terry Tetley, Imperial College London, UK

16:00 Panel Q&A discussion session and closure
Invited speakers and Combustion expert guest contributor


To find out more and book your place, please visit the Institute of Physics' website

You can find out more about the organiser, the IOP Combustion Physics Group, here

This event is supported by the Combustion Institute. You can find out more about them here


Professional bodies licensed to award the Chartered Environmentalist registration:

Society for the Environment
EC1.1 Enterprise Centre, Puma Way 
Coventry, West Midlands CV1 2TT.
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