The aim of this one-day workshop is to enable knowledge-exchange as well as informal interactions with colleagues and peers in the field. The workshop is designed to be highly multi-disciplinary in nature and will allow people working across a wide range of thematic areas in the field of air pollution (including measurement and monitoring, modelling, health impacts, climate change, regulation and policy-making) to identify synergies and explore possibilities of collaborative work.
The keynote speakers at the workshop will be:
Professor Roy M Harrison, Queen Elizabeth II Birmingham Professor of Environmental Health, University of Birmingham
Professor Duncan Laxen, Managing Director, Air Quality Consultants Ltd. and Professor of Air Quality Management and Assessment at University of the West of England
This one-day workshop is organized thanks to the University of Birmingham’s Roberts funding award 2012.
The conference will be FREE for delegates to attend
Refreshments will be available throughout the day: lunch, drinks and nibbles will all be provided free of charge
Find out more about this workshop and how to register.