The EAA and EAC
The “European Aerosol Assembly” is the organization which has the responsibility to plan for the future hosting of “European Aerosol Conferences”, as well as to promote the development of the field of aerosol science through its working groups. It consists of 12 national or regional societies across Europe, though membership of these societies is not limited to European nationals, and operates under a formal constitution. The major activity of the EAA and its working groups takes place at the European Aerosol Conference, held in three out of every four years (the missing year being that in which the International Aerosol Conference, an event designed to foster links between research communities in all regions of the world, is held).
For more information, see the EAA website at
The ASFERA                                                                                                                                                          
The "Association Française d'Etudes et de Recherches sur les Aérosols" (ASFERA) was founded in 1984 to provide a national forum whereby various groups in France, who recognized the importance of aerosols, could interact and make a special effort to advance the interdisciplinary cooperation.
The objectives of the ASFERA are as follow:
  • To promote and support scientific research in all areas of aerosol science in France
  • To maintain a forum for international cooperation and exchange for all aspects of aerosol science
  • To provide information with an interdisciplinary base to their members and the public
Today, the ASFERA is an organization with over 100 members coming from different professional areas including universities, research institutes or industries.
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