Dear Aerosol Researchers,

We are very happy to announce that the 2016 European Aerosol Conference will be held in Tours, France from September 4 th to 9 th 2016 under the auspices of the European Aerosol Assembly (EAA), a body that now represents 12 national or regional aerosol societies. This is the second time the European Aerosol Conference will take place in France, under the umbrella of the French Aerosol Society (ASFERA).
We will do our utmost to make this event a success, ensuring that every scientist and engineer has a comfortable stay, while providing a variety of programs including up-to-date technical sessions on current topics of interest.
For this EAC2016, the scientific program will be organized according to five main themes, which aim to increase understanding of the main scientific stakes in the conference: AEROSOL TECHNOLOGY, ATMOSPHERIC AEROSOL STUDIES, AEROSOL MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES, AEROSOL AND HEALTH, BASIC AEROSOL PROCESSES (see more detail in the Scientific topics page).

Tours is in central France, in the Loire valley. The culture, food and natural environment are among the very best to be found anywhere in the country, and the city is also the ideal starting point to visit the châteaux and vineyards of the Loire.  
Tours is a very convenient location, internationally accessible via Paris CDG Airport and the High Speed Train (TGV). The venue of the conference is the Vinci Congress Center designed by Jean Nouvel (French architect, 2008 Thomas Pritzker-Prize winner) situated in the heart of the city, just opposite the TGV railway station.
We hope that aerosol scientists and engineers from all over the world will participate in the 2016 conference, not only to exchange the most up-to-date technical information, but also to enjoy getting to know each other in a location rich in French culture and history.

See you in Tours in 2016.
       Dr. Denis Boulaud                                                   Pr. Evelyne Géhin
Co-Chairman, EAC 2016 Committee                 Co-Chairman, EAC 2016 Committee