4th Atmospheric Pollution and Human Health in a Chinese Megacity Programme Meeting

 

Agenda

4th Atmospheric Pollution and Human Health in a Chinese Megacity Programme Meeting

18 – 20 July, 2018

Edinburgh, UK

 

Venue:

Edinburgh First

Pollock Halls Campus

18 Holyrood Park Road

Edinburgh

EH16 5AY

 

 

 

Local Organisers

 

 

 

Dr. Zongbo Shi, University of Birmingham

Email: z.shi@bham.ac.uk  

 

 

Dr. Mark Miller, University of Edinburgh

Email: mark.miller@ed.ac.uk

 

 

 

Dr. Miranda Loh, Institute of Occupational Medicine

 

Email: Miranda.loh@iom-world.org

 

Professor Roy Harrison, University of Birmingham

Email: r.m.harrison@bham.ac.uk

 

Dr. Di Liu, University of Birmingham

Email: d.liu@bham.ac.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

July 18th, 2018

Time

Topic

 

09:00-10:30

Registration and coffee

 

Opening / welcome

 

10:30-10:35

Introduction

Mark Miller /Miranda Loh

10:35-10:40

Welcome by Chinese Embassy London Minister Consular

Sulan Jiang

10:40-10:45

Welcome by NERC representative

Caroline Culshaw

10:45-10:55

Opening speech by IOM CEO

Rob Aitken

Session A: Sources and Emissions (lead PIs: ROY HARRISON / KEBIN HE)

10:55-11:20

Air pollution control in Jing-Jin-Ji region

Kebin He

11:20-11:35

Air quality in Beijing during APHH-China campaigns and from 2013 - 2017

Tuan Vu

11:35-11:55

Particulate and gas phase CIMS measurements               

Archit Mehra

11:55-12:15

Characterizing of pollutants from diesel vehicles, LPG vehicles and ship exhaust

Yanli Zhang

12:15-12:35

Vertical distributions of individual aerosol particles

Longyi Shao

12:35-12:55

Characteristics of single particles at Pinggu

Chen Yang

12:55-13:50 Lunch

13:50-14:10

IAP vertical gradient study: measurement-model comparison

Lekan Popoola /Le Yuan

14:10-14:30

Investigating the sources of organic aerosol in Beijing

Jacqui Hamilton

14:30-14:50

Understanding Sources of PM2.5 during episodes in Beijing using an integrated method 

Mei Zheng

14:50-15:30

Pollutant fluxes above Beijing 

James Lee / Eiko Nemitz

15:30-16:00 Coffee break

16:00-16:20

Aerosol chemistry in summer and winter in Beijing: insights from high resolution aerosol mass spectrometry       

Yele Sun

16:20-16:40

Ammonia – ammonium dynamics in the urban surface layer     

Ben Langford   

16:40-17:00

Modelling study of impact of regional transport to aerosols in Beijing in the winter 2016         

Jie LI

17:00-17:20

High-resolution WRF-Chem modelling of short-term emission controls

Tabish Ansari

17:20-17:40

Modelling photolysis rates and urban air quality in Beijing

Michael Hollaway

 

Free night

 

July 19th, 2018

Session B: Atmospheric processes (lead PIs: ALLY LEWIS / PINGQING FU)

09:00-09:20

Measurements of OH, HO2 and RO2 measurements during wintertime in Beijing, and comparison with the Master Chemical Mechanism

Eloise Slater

09:20-09:40

OH, HO2 and RO2 Radical Observations during the Summertime in Beijing: High In-Situ Ozone Production and Evidence of a Missing OH Source

Lisa Whalley

09:40-10:00

Measurements of OH reactivity and formaldehyde: Contributions from primary emissions and secondary chemistry

Dwayne Heard

10:00-10:20

Sources of HONO inferred from vertical profile measurements on the IAP Tall Tower during the APHH-Bejing Summer and Winter Campaigns

Louisa Kramer/ Leigh Crilley

10:20-10:40

The chemistry of ozone formation in summer in Beijing

Rachel Dunmore

10:40-11:00

Intense Photochemistry in Winter Beijing: current haze and future ozone

Keding Lu

11:00-11:30 Coffee break

11:30-11:50

Sources and formation of nitrated phenols in the winter of North China Plain

Song Guo

11:50-12:10

Vertical transport of aerosols and water

Jessica Slater

12:10-12:30

Study on Soot Aging and Secondary Formation by the QUALITY Chamber

Min Hu

12:30-12:50

Black carbon and mixing state properties          

Dantong Liu

12:50-13:50 Lunch

13:50-14:10

The phase state of atmospheric particles

Zhijun Wu

14:10-14:30

Aerosol simulation and assimilation over Beijing

Tie Dai

14:30-14:50

New urban air quality model simulations for Beijing with MEIC 2013 emissions

Michael Biggart / Ruth Doherty

14:50-15:10

Impact of Isoprene Emissions on Air Quality in China 

Yanhui Liu

15:10-15:30

Comparison of nitrous acid (HONO) concentration at an urban area of Beijing and a suburban area of Hebei in summer and winter

Shengrui Tong

15:30-15:50

Observations of atmospheric reactive nitrogen oxides based on high-finesse optical cavity techniques

Zhiyan Li and Pinhua Xie

15:50:16:05

Understanding nitrogen and radical chemistry in APHH using cavity-based absorption spectrometer

Bin Ouyang

 

16:05-18:00 Poster session; coffee / tea / refreshments from 16:05 and wine reception from 17:00

 

 

1

Atmospheric Dispersion Footprints to interpret air pollution measurements in Beijing, China

Marios Panagi

2

Organic aerosols during haze events in wintertime Beijing

Ruihe Lv

3

Characterisation and source apportionment of carbonaceous aerosols in Beijing

Di Liu

4

Individual particles in Beijing

Wenhua Wang

5

In Situ Chemical Ozone Production Rates at IAP

Leigh Crilley

6

Measurement of HONO emission flux in farmland  in the North China Plain  by dynamic chamber 

Min Qin, Tang Ke and Pinhua Xie

7

High resolution vertical distribution of HONO and NO2 in the nocturnal boundary layer in Beijing

Fanhao Meng, Min Qin and Pinhua Xie

8

The contribution of Jingjinji's iron and steel industry to local air pollution: a multi-perspective analysis

Haozhe Yang

9

Identification of aerosols sources by 1-h resolution elemental analysis

Franco Lucarelli

10

Cardiovascular Benefits of Reducing Personal Exposure to Traffic-Related Noise and Particulate Air Pollution: A Randomized Crossover Study in the Beijing Subway System

Furong Deng

11

Short-term effects of particulate matter in metro cabin on heart rate variability in healthy, young adults: impacts of particle size and source

Xinbiao Guo

12

Fluorescent biological aerosol particles in summer in Beijing

Siyao Yue / Pingqing Fu

13

Online and Offline Measurements of Reactive Oxygen Species in Beijing Aerosol

Markus Kalberer/ Sarah Steimer

14

Chemical characteristics, formation mechanisms and source origins of PM2.5 in two megacities in Sichuan Basin, China

Fumo Yang

15

PM2.5 in Beijing and Eastern China

Matt Jolleys

16

PEACE study - Personal Environment and ACtivity profiles to characterise Exacerbations in COPD patients from Beijing and Shenzhen, China

Samul Cai

 

19:00 Workshop dinner at Old College Playfair library (25 min walk from meeting venue; map shown at the end)

20th July 2018

Session C: Health effects A - APIC (Lead PIs: MIRANDA LOH and ZHIWEI SUN)

08:50-09:10

Short-term effects of air pollution on cardiorespiratory system in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients: A panel study in Beijing, China.

Dayu HU

09:10-09:30

Research Progress in Toxicogenomics of Air Pollution

Zhiwei Sun

09:30-09:50

Personal exposure to PM2.5 and BC in Beijing

Chun Lin

Session D: Health effects B - AIRLESS (lead PIs: FRANK KELLY and TONG ZHU)

09:50-10:10

Factors affecting personal exposure in indoor environments in urban and rural Beijing

Lia Chatzidiakou /Anika Krause

10:10-11:35

Comparison of air pollution and the inflammatory response of local residents in urban and rural Beijing, China 

Yiqun Han

10:35-11:05 Coffee break

11:05-11:30

Acute effects of ambient fine particulate matter on blood pressure in Beijing residents during winter and summer. 

Yan Li

11:30-11:55

The influence of ambient PM2.5 on lung function in rural and urban Beijing residents. 

Samuel Cai

11:55-12:20

Quantifying PM2.5 exposure from residential source according to fuel uses in highly polluted ambient environment

Hanbin Zhang

Session E: Air pollution control solutions (lead PIs: Dabo Guan and Shu Tao)

12:20-12:40

Progress of INHANCE of the UEA team

Dabo Guan

12:40-13:00

Progress of INHANCE of the PKU team

Xuejun Wang

13:00-14:00  Lunch

14:00-14:20

Environmental and health benefit of Chinese rural residential energy transition

Xi Zhu

14:20-14:40

The potential effect on air pollution emissions mitigation from China's environmental protection tax

Xiurong Hu

14:40-15:00

Vehicle emission inventory and control policy scenario simulation in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei (BTH) region, China

Qianru Zhang

Section F: Discussions

15:00-15:30

Discussions and closing remarks by Roy Harrison

 

 

 

Directions

Accommodation (Chancellor’s Court) and meeting venue (South Hall): The University of Edinburgh, Pollock Halls of Residence, Holyrood Park Road, Edinburgh EH16 5AY

Workshop dinner venue: Playfair Library Hall, Old College, South Bridge, Edinburgh EH8 9YL

 

Directions from meeting venue (South Hall Complex / Pollock Halls) to Dinner at Playfair Library Hall, Old College