AWMA Air Quality Measurement
April 2 - April 4
Air Quality Measurement | Methods and Technology
Explore the latest advances in measurement technology, quality assurance, and data uses
One of our most popular specialty conferences, the Air Quality Measurement Methods and Technology Conference is back in 2019 with its extensive coverage of all aspects of air measurement methodologies including associated quality assurance protocols and how to use and interpret data. Sessions will focus on current hot topics such as emerging pollutants—including PFAS, ethylene oxide, and chloroprene—low-cost sensors, next generation emissions monitoring (NGEM), and airborne measurements to assess impacts from wildfires.
Keynote speaker announced! Mike Koerber, Deputy Director for EPA's Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards will be delivering the opening presentation on Tuesday, April 2.
Mike works closely with senior EPA staff to help formulate policy, establish guidelines and protocols, provide consultation and advice, prepare reports, and assess progress on programs that OAQPS manages. The Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards is part of EPA's Office of Air and Radiation.