- Dates: August 19–21, 2019
- Location: University of Minnesota East Bank Campus
- Fee: $2,600 if received by Aug. 5 | $2,900 starting Aug. 6
- Registration: Opens April 2
- For: Anyone entering the aerosol and particle field. It is also a good refresher course, providing updated information for those already in the field
Aerosol and Particle Measurement Short Course
Get hands-on laboratory experiences at both the TSI laboratory and the University of Minnesota laboratory, where participants will be able to discuss their own projects with the instructors and other attendees.
What You Will Learn
Gain a fundamental understanding of aerosol properties and behavior. With laboratory experiments, you will receive practical training on skills to sample, measure, and characterize airborne particulate matter in a variety of applications, including PM2.5 air pollution measurements, industrial hygiene sampling, nanoparticle exposure measurements, and contamination controls in microelectronics and pharmaceutical cleanrooms.
Who Should Attend
Scientists, engineers, and other technical personnel with an interest in the properties and behavior of airborne particles; individuals involved in product design and development with particulate matter problems; individuals working in industrial hygiene, air pollution, cleanrooms, contamination control, and those dealing with particle-related problems; individuals who are working in microelectronics, aerospace, automotive, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, pollution control, nanoparticle technology, and other industries with particle-related problems or issues.
Organized and Offered by
Particle Technology Laboratory
Mechanical Engineering Department
College of Science and Engineering
University of Minnesota