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Innovation in environmental monitoring

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A preview of the Innovation in Environmental Monitoring Conference being held on 21-22 Seotember 2016 at the University of York, UK

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Innovation in environmental monitoring

  1. 1. Innovation in Environmental Monitoring Innovation in Environmental Monitoring Ron Cooke Hub University of York 21-22 September 2016
  2. 2. Innovation in Environmental Monitoring Welcome The University of York, a leading centre for teaching and research on the world's environmental issues, is delighted to host: Innovation in Environmental Monitoring. The Conference will bring together academic, industrial and regulatory thought leaders to explore current practice and future opportunities for monitoring air, soil and water in the environment. 2 This preview of the Conference introduces the speakers and the exciting program of activities. I hope you will be able to join us in York in mid- September, and look forward to meeting you there. Prof. Alistair Boxall Conference Chair
  3. 3. Innovation in Environmental Monitoring Organised by: 3 CAPACITIE is a Marie Curie Initial Training Network, funded by the European Commission within the 7th Framework Programme. The CAPACITIE Project is a YESI (York Environmental Sustainability Institute) featured project. YESI aims to develop novel interdisciplinary projects between different departments across the University of York and a wide variety of diverse external organisations and partners. Sensor100 is an international network of organisations and people active in the development and commercialisation of sensors for the environment, food and agriculture and medicine. In addition to its monthly eNewsletter, Sensor100 organises conferences linking academic and commercial worlds to facilitate the adoption of new sensor technology. www.sensor100.com
  4. 4. Innovation in Environmental Monitoring Venue 4 Ron Cooke Hub University of York | Heslington | York | YO10 5GE Map and directions The Ron Cooke Hub is in the Heslington East area of the University of York campus.
  5. 5. Innovation in Environmental Monitoring Program Day 1 Wednesday 21 September Full Program 08:30 Registration and coffee 09:00 Introduction and welcome 09:10 Plenary session: Environmental Monitoring: Why and How? 13:00 Lunch 14:00 CAPACITIE Pollution Assessment in the Urban Environment Sensors in the Environment Water Quality Monitoring 17:15 Panel discussion: The World in 2036 – What will environmental monitoring research and innovation achieve in the next 20 years? 18:00 Networking reception – view exhibits and posters 20:30 Reception ends 5
  6. 6. Innovation in Environmental Monitoring Program Day 2 Thursday 22 September Full Program 08:30 Registration and coffee 09:00 Introduction and welcome 09:10 Air Quality Monitoring 13:00 Lunch 14:00 Environmental Pollution Monitoring 16:45 Poster competition awards Concluding remarks 17:00 Conference ends 6 Unavoidable changes in program may be made without prior announcement
  7. 7. Innovation in Environmental Monitoring Keynote Speakers 7 Small is beautiful: using low cost sensors to probe the environment Professor Roderick Jones Department of Chemistry University of Cambridge Monitoring and modelling for air quality regulation Professor Rob Kinnersley Environment Agency
  8. 8. Innovation in Environmental Monitoring Environmental Monitoring: Why and How? 8 Professor John Atkinson Engineering and the Environment University of Southampton Dr. Rob van Schaijk Holst Centre imec - NL Neil Owen Createc
  9. 9. Innovation in Environmental Monitoring CAPACITIE: Pollution Monitoring in the Urban Environment 9 Professor Dermot Diamond School of Chemical Sciences Dublin City University Philip James Centre for Earth Systems Engineering Research Newcastle University CAPACITIE Fellows: Emily Burns Xinwei Fang Fady Medhat Rina Siyengwa Eleni Koutsoumpeli Xiuxiu Gao Magdalena Kruza
  10. 10. Innovation in Environmental Monitoring Sensors in Water Quality Monitoring 10 Dr. Werner Brack Department Effect-Directed Analysis Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ Dr. Nathan Lawrence ANB Sensors Dr. Christopher Johnson Bio-Nano Consulting Dr. Melusi Thwala Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) South Africa Dr. Kieran Khamis University of Birmingham Bethany Fox Chelsea Technology Group
  11. 11. Innovation in Environmental Monitoring Panel Discussion The World in 2036 What will environmental monitoring research and innovation achieve in the next 20 years? Chaired by: Dr. Michael Brand Sensor100 11
  12. 12. Innovation in Environmental Monitoring Air Quality Monitoring 12 Dr. John Saffell Alphasense Jim Mills Air Monitors Professor Gerald Thouand Université de Nantes Caroline Watson Global Action Plan Paul Shields AECOM Samantha Heath London Sustainability Exchange
  13. 13. Innovation in Environmental Monitoring Exhibitors 13 Exhibition space is still available. Contact info@sensor100.com to discuss your requirements
  14. 14. Innovation in Environmental Monitoring Poster Displays – some examples • The Concept of Catalytic Polymer Immobilised Ionic Liquid Phase - Supported Palladium Nanoparticles Hind F. Alshaikh, School of Chemistry, Newcastle University • Exploit monitoring data to support strategic city planning decisions Gabor Makrai, University of York, Department of Computer Science • Multi-Element Single-Particle ICP-TOF-MS for the Identification of Engineered Cerium Oxide Nanoparticles in Urban Environments Antonia Praetorius, Department of Environmental Geosciences, University of Vienna 14 Poster Abstracts are invited: send a 100 word abstract to info@sensor100.com Posters will compete for awards to be judged by the conference delegates
  15. 15. Innovation in Environmental Monitoring The Reception Wednesday 21 September 18:00 to 20:30 • Build your network; meet the speakers • Visit the exhibitors • View the posters; score them for awards • Enjoy late summer refreshments 15
  16. 16. Innovation in Environmental Monitoring Registration 16 Early fee Standard fee Academic £300 £350 Commercial £400 £450 Student £150 £200 Exhibitor £600 £700 20% VAT will be added to all fees Early fees are in effect until 7 September
  17. 17. Innovation in Environmental Monitoring Media Partners 17
  18. 18. Innovation in Environmental Monitoring Coming Events 18 Sensor100 Conference Series www.sensor100.com
  19. 19. Innovation in Environmental Monitoring About Sensor100 • An international network of people and organisations developing biosensor technology • Publishes a free monthly eNewsletter • Conference series: • Sensors in Medicine 2016 • Innovation in Environmental Monitoring 2016 • Sensors in Food and Agriculture 2016 19www.sensor100.com

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