Pollution Pods - Michael Pinsky (United Kingdom) - How clean is our air? Experience some of the most polluted cities in the world from the safety of these glorious and sustainably made pods. Your journey starts in a pod recreating the pristine environment of Tautra, a remote Norwegian island. Enjoy breathing in that clean-smelling air, and steel yourself to continue through to the pods with some of the lowest air quality in the world: London, New Delhi, Beijing and São Paulo. Each pod safely *simulates* the polluted environments of these cities rather than exposing you to the serious levels of ozone, nitrogen dioxide, sulphur dioxide and carbon monoxide that their occupants breathe in every day.
This half day workshop adjoins the CASANZ19 conference covering the topic of drones and air quality. The workshop will include a keynote presentation from Dr Brendan Halliburton, CSIRO, and has space for up to five, 15 minute presentations. Contact us to register your interest in speaking at this workshop. Speaker discounts apply. To register, visit CASANZ19.
This half day workshop immediately follows the CASANZ19 conference and will cover emissions to air from shipping operations. The workshop includes a keynote presentation from Christine Rigby, Vancouver Fraser Port Authority, and has space for up to three, 15 minute presentations. Contact us to register your interest in speaking at this workshop. Speaker discounts apply. This workshop is available for remote access for speakers and attendees. To register, visit CASANZ19.
The three-day Introductory CALPUFF training course is aimed at individuals interested in air quality science who have a working knowledge of dispersion modelling. The objective of the course is to teach the proper use of CALPUFF through hands-on applications and give a thorough overview of dispersion modelling theory. This session is recommended for new users or those requiring a refresher in the operation of the modelling system, especially the new features that have been introduced in the past few years.
The advanced course is aimed at those who have already attended a three day introductory CALPUFF course or are experienced using the model. The course objective is to provide modellers with the latest CALPUFF updates and to discuss selected advanced problems. The day is meant to be informal and be more like a workshop where issues are discussed in an open forum. The instructor also has a range of technical subject material for presentation on many different subjects and a range of advanced ‘hands-on’ case study applications for the afternoon session.