EAA awards for best poster presentations

  • Early career scientists: students and researchers up to 5 years after PhD
  • Sponsored by GAeF on behalf of the EAA working groups

Evaluation Criteria 2020:

  • Science content (50%)
  • Design of poster (25%)
  • Presenter must be PRESENT during the Q&A session
  • Clarity of presentation (25%) is based the accompanying video (optional for general poster contribution, mandatory for award nomination

Winners of BPA 2020:

  • Each poster evaluated by 3 evaluators
  • Winners determined as those with the highest average scores, based on the presented weights
  • After presenting all the winners, if you are present, please show yourselves on the video to receive a virtual applause

Baseerat Romshoo
Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Studies (TROPOS)

Laboratory generated soot: Application for optical modelling at various stages of ageing

Eleonora Conca
University of Turin

Characterization and temporal evolution of the inorganic component of PM10 collected near to Ny-Ålesund (Norwegian Arctic)

Georgios Anastasios Kelesidis
ETH Zurich

Impact of volatile organic carbon on soot light absorption

Jessy Elias
Lille University, CNRS

Coupling of ToF-SIMS and AFM for the identification of the chemical species involved in the nucleation process of soot particles in flame combustion

Florian Bühner
University of Stuttgart

Development of an online-method to measure nanoparticle agglomerate stability

Maria Praß
Max Planck Institute for Chemistry, Mainz

Bioaerosol characterization by Fluorescence in Situ Hybridization in the Amazon