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This symposium is the leading international forum at which recent progress in workplace, residential and environmental exposure assessment strategies and associated ana­lytical air sampling and biomonitoring methodologies can be discussed and takes place in Bristol, United Kingdom on 7th–10th November 2022.

Date: 07.11.2022 - 10.11.2022
National/International: International
Language: English
Type: Symposium
Location: Bristol, United Kingdom
Contact: Marie Townshend
BOHS
01332 250707
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Conference web site at:   https:⁄⁄login.bohs.org⁄iCore⁄Events⁄Event_display.
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Building upon previous successful conferences, an exciting programme is planned which combines thought-provoking keynote presentations with accompanying oral presentation sessions. Presentations from students or early-career researchers are warmly encouraged and short training courses, delivered by experts in their field, are an integral component of this event. There will be ample opportunities for viewing posters during break-out sessions so facilitating discourse between researchers. As in previous symposia, no parallel lectures sessions are planned, as it is a long standing opinion that this single stream event promotes a better awareness, connectivity and understanding between the various scientific disciplines in attendance. The language of the symposium will be English.


Submissions are welcome in any areas of air monitoring and biomonitoring including:

  • Air sampling – aerosols, bio aerosols, gases, mixed-phase and nanoparticles
  • Air samplers – development and testing
  • Analytical measurements – chemical speciation
  • Biomonitoring – biomarkers of exposure
  • Direct reading instruments – field measurements
  • Emerging measurement requirements
  • Epidemiology
  • Exposure assessment and modelling – strategies, peak exposures, multi-exposures
  • Method comparability, harmonisation, standardisation and validation activities
  • Quality assurance of measurements – calibration, proficiency testing and reference materials
  • Sensors (wearable and static) – connectivity, development, testing and usage
  • Test chamber workplace simulation studies – development, validation and usage

Deadlines

May 20,2022Submission of abstracts
July 22,2022Early registration at reduced fee










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