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Aerosol Science and Engineering

Aerosol Science and Engineering

Editor-in-Chief: Junji Cao
Executive Editor-in-Chief: Rujin Huang
Co-Editor-in-Chief: John G Watson

ISSN: 2510-375X (print version)
ISSN: 2510-3768 (electronic version)

Journal no. 41810

Joint Conference on Atmospheric PM2.5 in China: Change, Impact, Mitigation and Global Perspective

Congratulations on the election of Prof. Junji Cao as General Secretary of International Aerosol Research Assembly, IARA

Xi'an China
16-20 October 2018
Organizers
Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)
American Geophysical Union (AGU)
Chinese Geophysical Union (CGU)

Important Deadlines

1. Deadline of abstract submission: April 25, 2018
2. Notification of abstract acceptance: May 30, 2018
3. Registration starts: May 1, 2018
4. Early bird registration ends: August 15, 2018

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    ASE is an international journal that publishes high-quality papers, communications, and discussion that advance aerosol science and engineering. Acceptable article forms include original research papers, review articles, letters, commentaries, news and views, research highlights, editorials, correspondence, and new-direction columns. ASE emphasizes the application of aerosol technology to both environmental and technical issues, and it provides a platform not only for basic research but also for industrial interests. We encourage scientists and researchers to submit papers that will advance our knowledge of aerosols and highlight new approaches for aerosol studies and new technologies for pollution control. ASE promotes cutting-edge studies of aerosol science and state-of-art instrumentation, but it is not limited to academic topics and instead aims to bridge the gap between basic science and industrial applications.  ASE accepts papers covering a broad range of aerosol-related topics, including aerosol physical and chemical properties, composition, formation, transport and deposition, numerical simulation of air pollution incidents, chemical processes in the atmosphere, aerosol control technologies and industrial applications. In addition, ASE welcomes papers involving new and advanced methods and technologies that focus on aerosol pollution, sampling and analysis, including the invention and development of instrumentation, nanoparticle formation, nano technology, indoor and outdoor air quality monitoring, air pollution control, and air pollution remediation and feasibility assessments.
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