Air Quality: Science for Solutions

 The conference will be LIVE at UDAQ this year (a streaming option will be available).

COVID Requirements will be the current recommendations from the Health Department.

7th Annual conference: Thursday, March 30, 2023
Registration deadline: March 20, 2023. Abstract deadline: February 27, 2023.
Conference Schedule

You can download the 2023 Conference Flyer.

Conference Schedule

9:00 AM
Welcome (Rachel & Kerry)
9:05 AM
9:45 AM
Session 1: Wildfire Emissions (Seth)
10:25 AM
10:45 AM
Session 2: Regional PM (Demetrios)
11:45 AM
12:15 PM
Posters (Kathy and Jaron)
1:45 PM
Session 3: Emission Sources (Kerry)
2:45 PM
3:05 PM
Session 4: Summertime Ozone in the Wasatch Front (Randy)
4:25 PM
Poster awards & adjourn (Kathy & Jaron)

Conference Posters

Characterizing Dust From National Wind Erosion Research Network Sites Using Isotopic Fingerprinting, Mineralogy, and Major and Trace Element Chemistry
Abby Mangum
State-Transition Modeling of Air Quality Exposure Effects on Sleep Apnea
Apoorv Bhambri
Examining the Temporal Relationship Between Air Quality Trends and Glycemic Outcomes Among Patients with Type II Diabetes Mellitus
Catherine Petersen
Can we detect urban-scale CO2 emission changes in the Salt Lake Valley?
Derek Mallia
Regional impacts on air quality and health of changing a manufacturing facility’s grid-boiler to a combined heat and power system
Elaheh Safaei
Elucidating New Particle Formation in Complex Terrain During the Winter 2022 CFACT Campaign
Gerardo Carrillo-Cardenas
Modeling ambient air pollution concentrations and source contributions in the western U.S.
Kaiyu Chen
Laboratory and Field Evaluation of the Alphasense OPC-N3 and PMS 5003 sensors in Measuring Coarser Particles
Kamaljeet Kaur
NOx and VOC Emissions by Internal Combustion Engines in Oil and Gas Fields
Marc Mansfield
The Benefit of Energy Efficient Strategies in Air Quality
Marla Perez Loredo
A Comparison of Ambient Air Ethylene Oxide Modeling Estimates from Facility Stack and Fugitive Emissions to those Modeled from Canister-based Ambient Air Measurements in the Salt Lake Valley
Skyler Spooner
Comparison of Seasonal Ozone Concentrations and Precursor Emissions Sources for Salt Lake and Uintah Counties, Utah
Tanner Rima
Comparison Of Inversion Conditions Between Cache Valley, Salt Lake Valley, and Utah Valley January 26- February 9, 2017
Thomas Quayle
Using Low-Cost Sensors as a Tool to Help Compare Indoor PM2.5 Levels With Outdoor PM2.5 Levels During Extreme Weather Events
Zachary Palmer