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The Next Generation of Air Quality Monitoring

 

 

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Ambient Air Quality Monitoring
19-21 October, 2016 - Lidcombe, NSW


CASANZ is pleased to present this comprehensive 2.5 day training course in Ambient Air Quality Monitoring.  The course is split into three topic areas:

  • Day one: Meteorology and Dust Monitoring
  • Day two: Gaseous Ambient Air Quality Monitoring
  • Day three: Data Handling and CSIRO Smog Chamber Site Visit

The course is supported by the Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH), and includes site visits to:

  • OEH air quality laboratory
  • OEH Chullora “superstation”
  • CSIRO Smog Chamber at North Ryde

Course Facilitator

Dr Mark Bart - Senior Scientist, Air Quality Ltd

 

Dr Bart has a PhD in gas phase chemical physics and has completed honours courses in physical and theoretical chemistry.

 

CASANZ welcomes sponsorship for this course.  Please contact Jacinda Shen for more information: Email. 

 

FULL REGISTRATION

Member

Non-Member

Membership*
+ Course

Student/ Retired

 

Early Bird Registration
Closes:
5 September, 2016

A$1,670

A$2,080

A$1,865

n/a

Register Online Now

Registration
Closes:
10 October, 2016

A$1,850

A$2,310

A$2,045

A$930

 

*To download an Individual CASANZ annual membership form, click here.

 

DAY REGISTRATION

Member

Non-Member

Student/ Retired

 

Day one

A$950

A$1,050

A$475

Register Online Now

Day two

A$950

A$1,050

A$475

Register Online Now

Day three

A$475

A$525

A$240

 Register Online Now

 

20% discount for five registrations or more from the same organisation.

10% discount for registrations from government organisations (local, state, federal), not applicable with multi-registration discount.
 

Note:   Late registrations may incur an additional administration fee.

To download the Course Brochure click here.

To download the Registration Form click here.

EARLYBIRD REGISTRATION CLOSES: 5 SEPTEMBER, 2016

 

ENQUIRIES:

Vicki Callaway
CASANZ Administration Office
Tel: +61 3 9723 6588
Email

TIME:

Day one - 8.30am to 5.00pm
Day two - 9.00am - 5.00pm
Day three - 9.00am - 1.00pm

VENUE:

Office of Environment and Heritage
Corner Werronna Road and Joseph Street
Lidcombe, NSW

 

The Next Generation of Air Quality Monitoring Workshop
4 November, 2016 - Auckland, NZ

CURRENT PROJECTS FROM THE US, EUROPE, AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND

 

The workshop will feature international speakers from Europe and the United States working on the development and use of new air quality monitoring technologies based on low cost sensors and related applications.  The workshop will also present various research projects from New Zealand and Australia.

 

Program:

 

Time

Item

Presenter

Topic

9.00 – 9.15am

Registration

9.15 – 9.30am

Welcome and Introduction

9.30 – 10.30am

European initiatives

Romain Lacombe
Plume Labs
via video conference

Audrey de Nazelle
Imperial College London
via video conference

Plume Labs


Pigeon Air Patrol - London

10.30 – 11.30am

American initiatives

Rachelle Duvall and Ronald Williams
USEPA
via video conference

Citizen Science Toolbox

Village Green

Discover AQ
Korus AQ

11.30am – 12.15pm

Drones and air quality measurement

Drew Michanowicz
Harvard T.H. Chan School of
Public Health
via video conference

Tommaso Francesco Villa
Queensland University of Technology

Integrating air sensors on
drones

The use of unmanned aerial Vehicles (UAVs) in air quality monitoring

12.15 – 1.15pm

Lunch

1.15 – 2.15pm

New Zealand initiatives

Guy Coulson and Gustavo Olivares
NIWA

PACMAN and ODIN:
Past, present and future

2.15 – 2.45pm

New Zealand initiatives

Geoff Henshaw
Aeroqual

Analysis of data quality from sensor-based air quality instruments

2.45 – 3.15pm

Australian initiatives

Lidia Morawska
Queensland University of Technology
via video conference

Overview of Australian projects (from QUT) involving low-cost sensors

3.15 – 3.45pm

New Zealand initiatives

Tim Packer
NEC New Zealand

Smart City Program

3.45 – 4.00pm

Afternoon tea

4.00 – 4.30pm

Panel discussion

 

REGISTRATION

Member

Non-Member

Student/ Retired

 

Early Bird Registration
Closes: 
10 October, 2016

NZ$320

NZ$410

n/a

Register Online Now 

Registration
Closes: 28 October, 2016

NZ$350

NZ$455

NZ$180

 

GST is not applicable

 

Note:   Late registrations may incur an additional administration fee.

To download the Course Brochure click here.

To download the Registration Form click here.

EARLYBIRD REGISTRATION CLOSES: 10 OCTOBER, 2016

 

ENQUIRIES:

Vicki Callaway
CASANZ Administration Office
Tel: +61 3 9723 6588
Email

TIME:

9.00am

VENUE:

NIWA Auckland
41 Market Place
Viaduct Harbour
Auckland Central

AERMOD
28 & 29 November, 2016 - Melbourne, VIC                            

       


This course is intended for air quality professionals working, or planning to work, in the assessment of air pollution impact.  At the end of the course, the participants will be able to understand the basics of regulatory air dispersion modelling and use screening and refined models for permit/works approvals/consent conditions applications and risk assessments.

Participants will work on case studies using AERMOD View.

Course Program
Day One: 28 November: 9.00am - 5.00pm
Morning

  • Introduction
  • Physics of air dispersion (turbulence, meteorology, receptors, topography, plume rise, building downwash, deposition)
  • Hands-on meteorological data processing
  • Refined model introduction
  • Overview and data input for AERMOD and BPIP models

Afternoon

  • Coordinate systems and maps
  • Hands-on BPIP
  • Hands-on AERMOD
  • Terrain processing
  • Hands on AERMAP
  • Analysing results

Day Two: 29 November: 9.00am - 5.00pm
Morning

  • 1st day review
  • Atmospheric physics – planetary boundary layer theory and turbulence
  • Hands-on case study
  • Special topics
  • Modelling challenges

Afternoon

COURSE PRESENTERS

Dr Jesse Thé

PhD, P.Eng

President of Lakes Environmental Software, Dr Thé has over 25 years of experience in Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and environment simulations.  He is the main author of AERMOD View, CALPUFF View, IRAP-h View, Emissions View, among others.  Dr Thé has supported the development of dispersion modelling guidances in many jurisdictions in the world.  He has taught thousands of modellers.

 

Cristiane Thé

M.A.Sc.

Director at Lakes Environmental Software, Mrs Thé is a co-author of the widely used air dispersion modelling software products such as AERMOD View, CALPUFF View, AUSTAL View, among others.  She has extensive experience with the use of air dispersion models, such as AERMOD and CALPUFF, and the processing of meteorological data.

 

FULL REGISTRATION

Member

Non-Member

Membership*
+ Course

Student/ Retired

 

Early Bird Registration
Closes:
17 October, 2016

A$1,890

A$2,480

A$2,085

n/a

Register Online Now

Registration
Closes: 21 November, 2016

A$2,100

A$2,750

A$2,295

A$1,050

 

*To download an Individual CASANZ annual membership form, click here.

 

Note:   Late registrations may incur an additional administration fee.

To download the Course Brochure click here.

To download the Registration Form click here.

EARLYBIRD REGISTRATION CLOSES: 17 OCTOBER, 2016

 

ENQUIRIES:

Vicki Callaway
CASANZ Administration Office
Tel: +61 3 9723 6588
Email

TIME:

9.00am - 5.00pm

VENUE:

Melbourne, CBD


CASANZ Training is pleased to present our first workshop in a series of professional skills training events.

The workshop is designed to teach participants the key principles and techniques for presenting to technical and non-technical audiences.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

At the conclusion of the workshop participants will:

  • Be aware of the characteristics of an excellent presentation
  • Avoid some of the poor habits of presenters
  • Have strategies and guidelines for immediately improving their presentation technique
  • Consider the value of referring to their own experience in presentations
  • See how to use high quality images to engage their audience
  • Be more reflective and aware as they prepare, present and attend presentation in future.

WORKSHOP BENEFITS

Training is focused on active participation within small groups and the large group, using the experimental learning philosophy.

  • Participants will receive feedback on a 2 minute pre-prepared presentation.
  • Participants will receive the Presentation Guidebook which covers:

    The Documentary Model™
    • Methods for preparation and presentation of content
    • Guidelines for structuring presentations
    • Business narrative
    • Visual design and using powerpoint
    • Listing of support references
  • Course certificate

WORKSHOP FACILITATOR 

The workshop will be facilitated by Tanya Makin, Principal Consultant from The Presentation Group.  Tanya has a strong background in teaching, visual communication and the use of digital technologies.  She has credentials in education, philosophy, music, history and over 30 years experience in learning and development.

 

Tanya is also passionate about the environmental field and has worked with EPA Victoria, Sustainability Victoria and Hobsons Bay City Council.  

 

COURSE VENUE

The workshop will be held at Optometry Victoria
28 Drummond Street, Carlton. 

Transport to the venue:

  • The training venue is four minutes’ walk from tram stop 8 on Exhibition Street
  • The training venue is three minutes’ walk from a bus stop on Victoria Street
  • The training venue is 11 minutes’ walk from Melbourne Central Railway Station
  • There is a multistorey carpark at the end of Drummond Street 
  • Nearby accommodation includes Quest Clocktower on Lygon, Quality Hotel Downtowner on Lygon and the Saville Park Suites.  All are within five minutes’ walk.

REGISTRATION

Member

Non-Member

Student/ Retired

 

Early Bird Registration
Closes:
9 January, 2017

A$500

A$710

n/a

Register Online Now

 

Registration
Closes: 6 February, 2017

A$550

A$790

A$280

*To download an Individual CASANZ annual membership form, click here.

 

Note:   Late registrations may incur an additional administration fee.

To download the Course Brochure click here.

To download the Registration Form click here.

EARLYBIRD REGISTRATION CLOSES: 9 JANUARY, 2017

 

ENQUIRIES:

Vicki Callaway
CASANZ Administration Office
Tel: +61 3 9723 6588
Email

TIME:

9.00am - 1.00pm

VENUE:

Optometry Victoria
28 Drummond Street
Carlton

Transport Emissions Modelling (COPERT Australia + PDP)

To download a copy of the course slides, click here.  (4.9M)