Share on Facebook Share on Twitter



Environmental and Occupational Health Aspects Related to Nano- and Ultrafine Particulate Matter

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME



The full programme of the conference is now available and can be downloaded from HERE .



GENERAL INFORMATION

Scientific Programme

The conference will comprise three and a half days of oral and poster contributions. Oral presentations (invited or submitted) will be 40 and 15 minutes duration. At the end of each oral presentation 5 minutes will be reserved for discussions. Poster presentations will be given equal prominence and ample time will be allowed for discussion.
Participants are cordially invited to submit contributions dealing with the conference topics. A one-page abstract must reach the Organising Committee by April 1, 2019.
Instructions for the preparation and submission of the abstract are described in the downloadable document .

Please submit your abstract by e-mail to abstract@eohnano.com by April 1, 2019.


Poster Format

The size of the poster board is 1000 x 1200 mm (W x H). It is important that your audience is able to view the material and make sense of it from a distance of 1.5 to 2 meters. "Less is better". Appropriate materials for mounting posters will be provided.


Language

The working language of the conference is English.


Venue

All sessions will be held in the various auditoriums of Hotel Alexandra, N-6868 Loen, Norway, Tel: +47 57 87 50 00 , Fax: +47 57 87 50 5


INVITED SPEAKERS



Liliya Fatkhutdinova

Department of Hygiene and Occupational Medicine, Kazan Medical University, Russia

Exposure assessment and health effects of different types of carbon nanotubes




Keld Alstrup Jensen

National Research Centre for the Working Environment, Copenhagen, Denmark

Characterization needs for nanomaterials for REACH registration in 2020 - Current status of supporting methods development



Katrin Löschner

National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby

Nanomaterials in food – an overview



Mark Miller

University/BHF Centre for Cardiovascular Science, University of Edinburgh, UK

Inhaled particles and the cardiovascular system



Joakim Pagels

Lund University, Sweden
Characteristics and measurement of carbonaceous ultrafine particles and engineered nanoparticles in air – Implications for toxicology



Annette Peters

Institute of Epidemiology, Helmholtz Zentrum München, German Research Center for Environmental Health, München, Germany

Health impact of ultrafine particles on metabolic disease



Paul Schulte

Nanotechnology Research Center, Education and information Division, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Cincinnati, OH, USA

Status of epidemiological research on nanomaterial workers



Krishnan Sriram

Health Effects Laboratory Division, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Morgantown, WV, USA

Olfactory and central neurotoxicity of occupationally-relevant particulate aerosols and nanomaterials



Tobias Stöger

Comprehensive Pneumology Center, Institute of Lung Biology and Disease, Helmholtz Zentrum München, German Research Center for Environmental Health, München, Germany

Particle cell interactions in the alveolar region of the lungs and their relevance for associated health effects



Janez Štrancar

Laboratory of Biophysics, Condensed matter physics Department, Jozef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Resolving molecular events by super-resolution microscopy exemplified on interaction of TiO2 nanotubes with lung’s epithelium



Anna-Kaisa Viitanen

Work Environment, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Työterveyslaitos, Finland

Occupational exposure to nanoparticles – recognition, assessment and control at workplaces



Armin Wisthaler

University of Oslo, Norway

New instruments for direct sampling and real-time analysis of particulate organic matter in air




                     

secretary@eohnano.com



EXHIBITORS


Dekati



Total visitors: 013680
Footer