The AAAR newsletter, Particulars, is the primary information source for Association members. Published three times each year, Particulars is an excellent membership benefit that reaches over 900 AAAR members with each issue (AAAR’s membership consists of 72% regular and 28% student/retired members in the U.S. and over 30 other countries).

Particulars features articles on upcoming national and international meetings, seminars, symposia and conferences. General news of AAAR programs and projects is also presented, along with news about members and other leaders in the field. In addition, Particulars offers summaries of meetings and other reports from AAAR committees and board members, news from aerosol associations around the world and information of interest to the overall aerosol community.

If you are interested in submitting an article to Particulars, please contact the AAAR headquarters office at

Advertise in Particulars

Reap the rewards by advertising in the AAAR newsletter, Particulars – the primary information source for AAAR members. Whether you have a product or service to sell or a job to post, Particulars is the industry’s leading publication.

Full Page (560 px W x 720 px H) $500

Half Page (560 px W x 360 px H) $250

Banner (560 px W x 180 px H) $125

All ads above include a hyperlink to your organization’s website, and we will provide you with the click-thru statistics.

Classified advertisements are available for posting job openings and advertising the availability of second-hand equipment.

20-49 Words $50
50-100 Words $100

For more information on availability or rates, please contact the AAAR headquarters office at

Newsletters that are in PDF format will need Adobe Acrobat Reader (click to download) in order to be viewed.

AAAR Sponsors

Thank you to our Platinum Sponsors...


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...

and our Supporting Sponsors.

Anthropocene Institute     |     Cambustion     |     Cooper Environmental     |     Sunset Laboratory

AEESP     |     Aerodyne Research     |     Aethlabs     |     NOAA