About AAAR

The American Association for Aerosol Research (AAAR) is a nonprofit professional organization for scientists and engineers who wish to promote and communicate technical advances in the field of aerosol research.

The Association fosters the exchange of information among members and with other disciplines through conferences, symposia, and publication of a professional journal, Aerosol Science and Technology (AS&T).

Association membership represents all areas of aerosol science including: Global Environment, Microcontamination, Air Pollution, Instrumentation/Measurement, Aerosol Chemistry, Material Synthesis, Aerosol Physics, Pharmaceutical Aerosols, Occupational and Public Health, Filtration/Separation, Atmospheric Sciences, Combustion, Biological Aerosols, Metrology/Standards, Indoor Air Quality, and Radioactive Aerosols/Nuclear Safety.

Committed to the development of aerosol science and its application to important societal issues, AAAR offers an international forum for education, communication, and networking among leading aerosol researchers.

 

Thank you to our Organizational Members ...

 

Aerodyne Research Inc.

45 Manning Road
Billerica, MA, US 01821-3976
(978) 932-0207

Aerodyne

 

Cambustion

J6 the Paddocks
347 Cherry Hinton Road
Cambridge, United Kingdom CB1 CDH

Cambustion

 

Magee Scientific

1916 A M.L. King Jr. Way
Berkeley, CA, US 94704
(510) 845-2801

Magee Scientific

 

Particle Instruments

P.O. Box 270393
Vadnais Heights, MN, US 55127
(612) 328-2722

Particle Instruments

 

TSI Inc.

500 Cardigan Rd.
Shoreview, MN, US 55126
(651) 490-2811

TSI Inc.

 

URG Corp.

116 S Merritt Mill Rd
Chapel Hill, NC 27516

URG Corp.

 

AAAR Sponsors

Thank you to our Platinum Sponsors...

NASA

and to our Bronze Sponsors...

Center for Aerosol Science
United States Environmental Protection Agency

 

and Bronze Sponsor, Early Career Event Sponsor, Student Poster Award Sponsor...
TSI

and our Supporting Sponsors.

Anthropocene Institute     |     Cambustion     |     Cooper Environmental     |     Sunset Laboratory

AEESP     |     Aerodyne Research     |     Aethlabs     |     NOAA