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|Submit Date||Name||Organisation||Statement of capabilities/facilities|
|2019-06-25.||Janos Osan||MTA-EK||MTA EK has a small measurement station on site where aerosol monitoring in terms of mass and size distribution as well as sampling for subsequent chemical analysis can be performed
MTA EK has experience in harmonizing cascade impactor sampling and TXRF elemental analysis
X-ray fluorescence laboratory (TXRF, micro-XRF), SEM and TEM facilities
Experience with synchrotron radiation (T)XRF and X-ray absorption spectrometry of environmental particulate matter
|2019-06-23.||Sonnik Clausen||DTU||DTU developed in EMPIR IND61 project "Metrosion" a fast on-line imaging method of fast moving eroding particles using pulsed LED light, see link: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0032591017304412 .
The on-line particle sizing method has since been further developed and images of air borne particles can be obtained with LED light pulses down to 23 ns. The LED can be pulsed on demand with nearly no delay or jitter, e.g. a high quality image of a air borne particle can be recorded on an event like when the moving particle is in focus of the microscope optics.
Today is pollen typical deposit on a glass plate and number and type of pollen analysed off-line. The method proposed by DTU can provide on-line data on pollen and other air borne particles. Fast imaging by LED-pulses allows a large volume of air with particles to be scanned in a short time. This features is important as few pollen per m3 air exist.
DTU can participate as external partner.
|2019-06-21.||Markus Fiebig||NILU - Norwegian Institute for Air Research||NILU is the national metrology node for air quality measurements on behalf of Justervesenet, the official Norwegian metrology institute. NILU operates the national air quality monitoring network for the Norwegian Environmental Agency. Further, NILU is the Chemical Coordination Centre for EMEP, implementing QC and data management for the UN Convention on Long-Range Transport of Air Pollution. NILU is also partner in ACTRIS, the European Research Infrastructure for aerosol, reactive gases, and clouds, operating 3 observing stations and heading the data centre. NILU has long-standing experience in operation and quality control for air quality observations using chemical, optical, and physical aerosol properties, and is active in several CEN groups working on standards for air quality observations of aerosol.|
|2019-06-20.||Nuria Castell||NILU||NILU-Norwegian Institute for Air Research is an independent, non-profit research foundation established in 1969 (50 anniversary).
NILU has a leading role in environmental research in Europe.
NILU has been involved in both nationally and internationally funded transdisciplinary research projects with focus on low-cost sensors since 2012: CITI-SENSE, CitiSense-MOB, HackAir, InoSENSE, Sandness Kommune, ACTION, iFLINK
NILU is the National Air Quality Reference Laboratory (since 2001) and designated reference laboratory for ozone monitoring (since 2006).
Research infrastructure available for the project:
- Laboratory facilities for sensor system testing (gases and particulate matter)
- Access to the national reference monitoring network (NILU is in charge of the maintenance)
- Big data infrastructure (data base) and API to store and distribute data from sensor systems
- Air quality models for urban and regional scale
- Air quality information systems for citizens and authorities
|2019-06-20.||Jordan Tompkins||NPL||Airborne Nanoparticle characterization and sizing
|2019-06-17.||Søren Nielsen Skov||Danish Technological Institute||• Large network including private companies and universities in Denmark and abroad
• Strong knowledge about the industrial demand for aerosol measurements in relation to work environment, product development and industrial sensor solutions
• Well-equipped aerosol laboratory with our own test chamber and advanced equipment such as SMPS, TEOM and BC aethalometer
• Portable/simple equipment for PNC, PSD, BC and PM measurements
• Experience with low-cost PM sensors
• Expertise to develop and build data acquisition systems for etc. field campaigns
• Access to chemical laboratory for advanced characterization
• Test facilities and expertise within the following areas: wood stoves, candles, engine emissions, indoor air quality, air cleaners and filters
|2019-06-14.||Konstantina Vasilatou||Federal Institute of Metrology METAS||Experience in aerosol generation and characterisation, Facilities: SMPS, CPC, OPC, AAC, PAX, AE33, EC/OC, GC-MS, different aerosol generators, aerosol mixing chambers|
|2019-06-13.||Maria Ochsenkuehn-Petropoulou||NTUA, National Technical University of Athens||Our Lab of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry of the School of Chemical Engineering of NTUA is interested to participate as external funded partner in SRT-v05 for the development of traceable measurement techniques for the quantification of regulated and unregulated elements and compounds in ambient air with cascade impactor sampling. We participate already in the ongoing AEROMET project from EURAMET EMPIR.
We have ICP-MS, ICP-OES, AAS, SEM-EDAX, XRD, FT-IR, Micro-Raman, GC-MS,LC-MS,HPLC instruments, as well as sample preparation devices (Micro wave oven, autoclaves etc) for the pre- treatment of the filter samples.
Furthermore, we organize every two years an international conference IMA (Instrumental Methods of Analysis-Modern Trends and Applications), where the project is presented to a wide audience. At IMA2019 www.ima2019.gr a special session on Aerosol Metrology will take place with the participation of many partners of AEROMET and other stakeholders.
|2019-06-13.||Marie-Christine Lépy||CEA||X-ray analysis capabilities using monochromatic X-ray sources
Grazing incidence X-ray fluorescence
Measurement of atomic parameters (attenuation coefficients, fluorescence yields)
Measurement of low-activity radioactive sources
Preparation of radioactive standards
|2019-06-12.||Luca Stabile||Department of Civil and Mechanical Engineering - University of Cassino and Southern Lazio||UNICAS has facilities and experience in measuring both total concentrations and particle distributions of airborne particles in terms of number, surface area and mass from a few nm up to 20 micrometres. In particular, UNICAS has experience in a) particle source characterization and b) on‑field mobile measurements. This know how allows for the measurement of airborne particle exposure and the estimation of the related dose received both in outdoor and indoor micro‑environments.|
|2019-06-10.||Jenny Rissler||LU / RISE||* General expertise in aerosol science and atmospheric measurements
* Well equiped aerosol lab with everything from aerosol genetors to intruments for characterisation - both physical (from 10 nm up to 10 um) and chemical.
* Experts on X-ray absorbtion spectrocopy for environmental samples
|2019-06-08.||Alfred Wiedensohler||Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research||TROPOS host the World calibration Center for Aerosol Physics and lead the ACTRIS European Center for Aerosol Calibration.
We are currently partner in AEROMAT and EMPIR BC.
|2019-05-29.||Burkhard Beckhoff||PTB||Traceable x-ray analysis and speciation of aerosols
Qualification of laboratory and in-field analytical measurement techniques for aerosols as well as of related artificial calibration specimens
Project management expertise
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