Keynote & Invited Speakers

Keynote Speakers

Margaret Tolbert
Margaret Tolbert 

University of Colorado, USA

K.001 Going through a phase: Particulate water in atmospheric aerosol

Ian Galbally
Ian Galbally (iCACGP 60th Anniversary Keynote Speaker)

CSIRO, Australia

K.002 The science of atmospheric composition and chemistry: past, present and future

Hajime Akimoto
Hajime Akimoto

National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan

K.003 Atmospheric chemistry research from fundamentals to policy relevance – Recent research experience

Invited Speakers

Session1 : Atmospheric Chemistry and People

  • Cathy Liousse, CNRS/University of Toulouse, France
    1.044 Emissions, Air pollution, Health and Society in Africa
  • Rajesh Kumar, NCAR, USA
    1.066 Atmospheric Chemistry: A quiet revolution helping people mitigate risks of air pollution

Session2 : Atmospheric Chemistry and Fundamentals

  • Nonne Prisle, University of Oulu, Finland
    2.145 First steps to uncovering molecular level interactions of organic aerosol and cloud droplets from direct observation using synchrotron radiation.
  • Luc Vereecken, IEK, Germany
    2.126 Linking theoretical kinetic studies with laboratory and chamber experiments

Session3 : Atmospheric Chemistry and Ecosystems

  • Kathryn Emmerson, CSIRO, Australia
    3.038 Biogenic modelling activities in eucalypt-rich southeast Australia
  • Toshinobu Machida, NIES, Japan
    3.104 Contributions of commercial aircraft for researching atmospheric greenhouse gases

Session4 : Atmospheric Chemistry & Climate/Weather

  • Bill Collins, University of Reading, UK
    4.062 How do short-lived climate forcers affect climate?
  • Sachin Ghude, IITM, India
    4.087 The association of atmospheric chemistry with weather and climate in South Asia

Session5 : Challenging the Future

  • Guy Brasseur, MPIMET, Germany
    5.062 Atmospheric Chemistry: Future Directions
  • Jhoon Kim, Yonsei University, Korea
    5.029 Observing Air Quality from Geostationary Constellation
  • Kim Prather, University of California, USA
    5.011 Moving the full complexity of the ocean-atmosphere system into the laboratory for fundamental chemistry studies

Sponsors

Conference Sponsors

         RESTEC   CGER   KIMOTO ELECTRIC Co.,Ltd.   Tokyo Dylec Corporation   TOYOFUJI SHIPPING CO.,LTD.   Shoreline Science Research, Inc.   Picarro, Inc.   Diamond Air Service Inc.   Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene   SHIMADZU CORPORATION, Koichi Tanaka Mass Spectrometry Research Laboratory   Japan Meteorological Corporation      World Meteorological Organization   Nippon Thermo Co., Ltd.   Panasonic Corporation Eco Solutions Company   Asia Center for Air Pollution Research(ACAP)   Acid Deposition Monitoring Network in East Asia(EANET)   Droplet Measurement Technologies, Inc.   Markes International Ltd   Fujitsu Limited   Medical Supplements and Services the Leading Company   Takamatsu Preparatory School   MDPI   Japan Environmental Sanitation Center   Sayama Corporation   GEF   MEIWAFOSIS   Taiyo Corporation   ITEC Science Co.,Ltd   SUURI-KEIKAKU Co.,Ltd   Springer   JAPAN AIRLINES Co.,Ltd.  

Early Career Program Sponsors

APN  National Science Foundation  National Aeronautics and Space Administration  National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration  World Meteorological Organization  Global Atmosphere Watch             

Cooperating Societies

     

Supporting Organizations

Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology-Japan (MEXT)   Ministry of the Environment, Government of Japan   Japan Tourism Agency, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism   Science Council of Japan   NIES                                    Kagawa University