Wednesday November 9

Fine Particle Forum (FPF) Autumn Seminar

17:00-20:00 NOSA 2011 registration

18:00 FPF/NOSA 2011 Ice breaking party, Restaurant Zip at the Conference venue in Hervanta


Thursday, November 10, Lecture Hall TB103

8:30-> Registration, coffee

9:20-10:15 Welcome and opening
Plenary 1: Assistant prof. Leonidas Ntziachristos, LAT, Aristotle University of ThessalonikiParticles from road transport: Perpetual problem or soon to forget?

10:20-12:05 Session 1 – Traffic related aerosols

10:20-10:35    P. Roldin, A. C. Eriksson, E. Z. Nordin, J. E. Carlsson, P. T. Nilsson, M. K. Kajos, H. Hellen, E. Swietlicki, B. Svenningsson, M. Kulmala, M. Hallquist and J. Pagels
Modelling of secondary aerosol formation from gasoline exhaust

10:35-10:50    T. Rönkkö, J. Heikkilä, T. Lähde, L. Pirjola, F. Arnold, H. Schlager, D. Rothe and J. Keskinen
Effects of exhaust after-treatment on diesel exhaust nucleation mode formation and characteristics

10:50-11:05    J. Westerlund, M. Hallquist and Å.M. Jonsson
Size-resolved particle emission factors for individual ships

11:05-11:20    L. Pirjola, T. Lähde, A. Malinen, J. Niemi, A. Kousa, T. Rönkkö, P. Karjalainen, J. Keskinen, A. Frey and R. Hillamo
High-resolution mobile monitoring of traffic emissions in Helsinki

11:20-11:35    S. Stevanovic, B. Miljevic, N.C. Surawski, S.E. Bottle, R. J. Brown and Z. D. Ristovski
Correlation between the oxidative potential of diesel particulate matter and its volatile organic content

11:35-11:50    G. Ripamonti, S. Signorini and G. Lonati
Size-resolved particle number concentration exposure for urban travel modes

11:50-12:05    A. Laakso, H. Kokkola, A. Laaksonen, K.E.J. Lehtinen, A-I. Partanen and H. Korhonen
Can high-speed civil aircrafts be used for stratospheric sulfur geoengineering?


12:05-13:00 Lunch

13:00-14:30 Session 2, Posters, on the 2nd floor of the Conference building

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14:15-14:30 Coffee

14:30-15:15 Plenary 2: Dr. Annica Ekman, Stockholm UniversityModeling of aerosols in remote regions: Focus on sea salt aerosol emissions and the Arctic

15:20-17:05 Session 3 – Atmospheric aerosols and emissions

15:20-15:35    T. Torvela, O. Sippula, J. Tissari, J. Leskinen, A. Hukkanen, T. Penttilä, H. Lamberg, T. Kettunen, I. Nuutinen and J. Jokiniemi
Physico-chemical properties of fine particles formed in varying combustion conditions

15:35-15:50    H. Portin, T. Mielonen, M. Komppula, A. Leskinen, A. Arola, A. Laaksonen and K. E. J. Lehtinen
Biomass burning aerosols observed with in-situ and remote sensing instruments in Eastern Finland during the wildfires in Russia 2010

15:50-16:05    K. Saarnio, J. V. Niemi, S. Saarikoski, M. Aurela, H. Timonen, K. Teinilä, M. Myllynen and R. Hillamo
Using monosaccharide anhydrides to estimate the impact of wood combustion on fine particles in the Helsinki Metropolitan Area

16:05-16:20    A. Virkkula, S. Begagli, X. Chi, W. Maenhaut, M. Fiebig, H. Hellén, H. Hakola, E. Asmi, T. Vihma, T. Valkonen, S. Kirkwood and M. Kulmala
Aerosol and gas concentrations at  the Finnish Antarctic station Aboa in Queen Maud Land and comparisons with the Norwegian station Troll

16:20-16:35    T. Yli-Juuti, A.A. Zardini, M. Bilde, M. Kulmala, J. Pagels, A. Eriksson, E. Swietlicki, D. Worsnop and I. Riipinen
Equilibrium vapour pressure of succinic acid in aqueous mixtures with inorganic salts

16:35-16:50    R. K. Pathak, K. Salo, E.U. Emanuelsson, Å. M. Jonsson, A. Lutz, M. Hallquist
The influence of ozone and radical chemistry on the volatility of the secondary organic aerosol from limonene oxidation

16:50-17:05    M. E. Messing, C.R. Svensson, B.O. Meuller, K. Deppert, J. Pagels and J. Rissler
Gas-borne particles with tunable and highly controlled characteristics: for nanotoxicology studies

17:05-17:15 Refreshments

17:15-18:00 NOSA meeting, Lecture Hall TB103

19:30-> Conference Dinner, Restaurant Piha at the city centre of Tampere



Friday November 11, Lecture Hall TB103

9:00-9:45 Plenary 3: Prof. Wendelin Stark, ETH, ZurichNanoparticle generation for functional materials


9:45-10:00 Coffee

10:00-11.45 Session 4 – Aerosol synthesis and instrumentation

10:00-10:15    M. Miettinen, M. Johansson, S. Suvanto, J. Riikonen, U. Tapper, T. T. Pakkanen, V.-P. Lehto, J. Jokiniemi and A. Lähde
Atmospheric pressure chemical vapour synthesis of silicon-carbon nanoceramics from hexamethyldisilane in high temperature aerosol reactor

10:15-10:30    M. Luhtalampi, M. Aromaa, K. Lahtonen, O. Kangasniemi, J. Haapanen, M. Valden and J. M. Mäkelä
Superhydrophobic properties of lacquered steel surface coated by Liquid Flame Spray generated TiO2 nanoparticles

10:30-10:45    J. Harra, J. Mäkitalo, R. Siikanen, M. Virkki, G. Genty, T. Kobayashi, M. Kauranen and J. M. Mäkelä
Silver nanoparticles for plasmonic materials

10:45-11:00    P. T. Nilsson, A. C. Eriksson, M. Messing, C. Isaxon, M. Hedmer, H. Tinnerberg, B. Meuller, C. R. Svensson, K. Deppert, M. Bohgard and J. Pagels
Soot Particle-AMS for time and composition resolved detection of engineered metal particles

11:00-11:15    S. Saari, M. Putkiranta and J. Keskinen
Fluorescence spectroscopy of atmospheric relevant fungal spores and bacteria

11:15-11:30    K. Saarnio, K. Teinilä, S. Carbone, S. Saarikoski, M. Aurela, H. Timonen and R. Hillamo
A new on-line method for determination of levoglucosan, a tracer for biomass burning

11:30-11:45    S. M. King, A.C. Butcher, T. Rosenoern, E. Coz, Gerrit de Leeuw, E.D. Nilsson and M. Bilde
Investigating primary marine aerosol properties using experimental bubble-bursting techniques: CCN activity of sea salt and mixed particles


11:45-13:00 Lunch


13:00-13:45 Plenary 4: Doc. Annele Virtanen, TUT, Tampere –  Recent studies on the physical phase of SOA particles


13:45-14:00 Coffee


14:00-15:45 Session 5 – Atmospheric aerosols and nucleation

14:00-14:15    K. Lehtipalo, J. Kontkanen, J. Kangasluoma, J. Vanhanen, J. Mikkilä, M. Sipilä, T. Petäjä and M. Kulmala
The Particle Size Magnifier as a tool to detect atmospheric aerosol particles, ions and clusters smaller than 2 nm

14:15-14:30    M. Frosch, M. Bilde, A. Nenes, A. P. Praplan, Z. Jurányi, J. Dommen, M. Gysel, E. Weingartner and U. Baltensperger
CCN activity and volatility of β-caryophyllene secondary organic aerosol

14:30-14:45    N. Kivekäs, E. Asmi, M. Komppula, A-P. Hyvärinen, J. Leppä, A. Virkkula, Y. Viisanen, P. Aalto, T. Nieminen, M. Dal Maso, M. Kulmala, B. Svenningsson, A. Kristensson, B. Svenningsson, A. Arneth and H. Lihavainen
Spatial extent of new particle formation events estimated from size distribution and trajectory data

14:45-15:00    I. K. Ortega, M.J. McGrath, T. Olenius, O. Kupiainen. T. Kurtén, M. Kulmala, H. Vehkamäki
ACDC model: a highway to nucleation

15:00-15:15    N. Bork, T. Kurtén, M.B. Enghoff, J. O. P. Pedersen, K. V. Mikkelsen, and H. Svensmark
The chemistry of ion induced nucleation: SO2  oxidation by O3− (H2O)0−5  clusters

15:15-15:30    J. Leppä, S. Gagné, L. Laakso, M. Kulmala, V.-M. Kerminen
Behaviour of the aerosol charging state under asymmetric concentrations of small ions

15:30-15:45    O. Kupiainen, T. Olenius, I. K. Ortega, T. Kurtén, H. Vehkamäki
Ammonia and amines in sulfuric acid clusters


15:45-16:00 Closing
- Awards
- NOSA Aerosol Symposium 2012

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