Welcome to the EAC 2016 Abstract Submission System.

The general Abstract Submission process has its deadline extended until March 10, 2016. Notification of acceptance or rejection will be issued on 15 May 2016.
The information below have been edited to comply with the second round of abstract submission, dedicated to "late poster" submissions.

Late posters submission is now open until June 30th, 2016.

Authors who are willing to submit a late poster have the possibility to submit an abstract through the EAC on-line submission system which is open again for the submission until June 30th.
"Late posters" will be included in the program as well as in the USB key proceedings

Notification of acceptance or rejection will be issued on 15 July 2016.


Abstracts should only be submitted through the website and in English.

  • The uploaded file should be created using one of the templates provided below and converted into a PDF file.
  • Please login with your user name (your email address) and password to the online platform. In case you do not have an account yet, you will be requested to create one first.
    When you are connected, you have access to your abstract submission profile.

For questions regarding the online submission process, please e-mail: eac2016@myeventonline.net

Create your submitter's account

You will have first to create a "myCongressOnline" account.

Submitting an abstract for presentation does not mean you are registered for the conference. All abstract presenters must register in parallel by following the instructions on the online registration platform.


Templates for the construction of abstracts are available here-under in doc, odt and tex format. Please convert your abstract in a PDF file for submission.



EAC2016 will be organized according to five main themes, which aim to increase understanding of the main scientific stakes in the conference. Each of these five themes will include several subtopics. Each subtopic refers to one major EAA WORKING GROUP (WG) or, if necessary, to several other WGs (see the list of WGs and abbreviations hereafter).

Submitters should ascribe each abstract to the correct category in order to build coherently themed sessions. For that purpose, abstract subtopics and special sessions listed hereafter should be employed. Submitters can refer to previous EAC conference proceedings to determine where their abstract might best fit.

General Instructions

  • Please follow the instructions on the screen. At the end of submission form you must click on the "Save" button to save your submission.
  • The abstract submitter will receive an e-mail of confirmation. However this confirmation is NOT a notice of acceptance of your abstract.
  • In case no confirmation from our system is received, the abstract submitter should contact: eac2016@myeventonline.net within one week after submission of the abstract. 
  • Once the abstract is submitted, changes, corrections or rewording will not be possible. The abstract will automatically be saved in a "Review" status. Careful typing and proofreading are essential, as the abstract will be published/printed as submitted. 


  • The presenting author must ensure all co-authors agreed on the abstract content before submitting it to EAC 2016.
  • The presenter and co-authors must identify any major conflict of interests related to the content of the abstract.
  • In submitting an abstract, the authors accept that the information to be reported is for exclusive presentation in the session to which the abstract will be assigned if accepted.
  • Abstracts must be submitted and presented at the conference in English.
  • Notification of receipt and acceptance will be sent to the abstract submitter only.

Abstract Review

The abstracts for “late posters” will be reviewed by the two co-chairs of the EAC2016 Scientific Committee. Abstracts that do not fulfil the standards will be rejected. Please avoid submitting abstracts containing only future results. Accepted abstracts will be placed on the conference website and provided to conference attendees. Abstract titles and authors will be listed in the conference handbook.

EAA WORKING GROUPS (used abbreviations)

  • PMx (PMx)


  1. First of all, in the abstract classifications listed hereafter, you have to choose the theme fitting the best to the field of your work or application of your work;
  2. In a second step, inside the theme chosen, you have to select one subtopic that is more in keeping with the subject of your abstract. For your information, every subtopic refers to a major WG (placed in first position) and if necessary to several other WGs (used abbreviations in brackets).

MAIN Scientific themes, subtopics (EAA Working Groups) for "late poster" submission:


  • Synthesis and structuring of functional nanoparticles by flame-based processes (ABN)
  • Synthesis and structuring of functional nanoparticles by electrical discharges / plasmas (ABN, EE)
  • Coating and surface modification of nanoparticles (ABN)
  • Modelling of formation, dynamics and deposition of engineered nanomaterials (ABN, FUND)
  • Process monitoring in synthesis and structuring (ABN, INST)
  • Characterization and novel measurement techniques of aerosol-based nanomaterials (ABN, FUND, INST)
  • Chargers and charging (ABN, EE)
  • Filtration for functional materials, combustion and industrial aerosols (ABN, CA, FUND)
  • Bio-electrostatic engineering (EE)
  • Charged aerosol generation and applications (EE)
  • Electrohydrodynamics effects and applications (EE)
  • Electrostatic discharges, plasmas and related phenomena (EE)
  • Electrostatic hazards and safety (EE, IEH)
  • Fundamentals of electrostatics (EE, FUND)
  • Measuring techniques of charged aerosols (EE, INST).
  • Combustion of biomass and bio (renewable) fuels (CA)
  • Combustion engine aerosols (CA, AA)
  • High temperature aerosols (CA)
  • Industrial aerosols (CA)
  • Measurement techniques of combustion aerosols (CA, INST)
  • Others topics related to Aerosol-based nanotechnology (ABN)
  • Others topics related to combustion aerosols (CA)
  • Others topics related to electrical effects (EE)


  • Aerosol Cloud interactions (AA, AC, AM)
  • Climate effects of aerosols and global modelling (AA, AM)
  • New particle formation (AA, AC, AM)
  • Optical properties of atmospheric aerosols (AM, AA, AC)
  • Physical and chemical properties of atmospheric aerosols (AA, AC, PMx)
  • Remote sensing of aerosol properties (AA)
  • Transport and transformation of atmospheric aerosols: Measurements and modelling (AA, AC, AM)
  • Bioaerosols (chemical composition and physical properties)  (AA, AC)
  • Biomass burning (AA, AC, PMx)
  • Carbonaceous aerosol in the atmosphere (AA, AC, PMx)
  • Secondary Organic Aerosol (SOA) (AA, AC, AM)
  • Marine aerosols (AA, AC, PMx)
  • Mineral dust (AA, AC, AM, PMx)
  • Urban aerosols (AA, AC, PMx)
  • Sampling and sampling artefacts (PMx, AA)
  • Source apportionment and data interpretation (PMx, AC, AM)
  • Other


  • Aerosol standards (INST)
  • Novel measurement principles and new instrumentation (INST, FUND)
  • Miniaturized instrumentation (INST)
  • Instrument calibration (INST)
  • Instrument accuracy and comparability (INST)
  • Optical measurement techniques (INST)
  • Electrical measurement techniques, including electrical mobility analysis (INST, EE)
  • Mechanical/gravimetric measurement techniques, including impactors (INST, FUND)
  • Chemical measurement instrumentation (AC, INST)
  • Comparison of different measurement methods (INST, AA, ABN, PMx)Implementation of existing measurement methods and instruments for novel studies (INST, AA, ABN)
  • Legislation and policy (PMX)
  • Physico-chemical analysis (PMX)
  • Sampling (PMX)
  • Source apportionment (PMX)
  • Instrumentation for chemical characterization of aerosol (AC)
  • Other


  • Aerosol-based medical diagnostics and drug delivery (IEH)
  • Bioaerosols and allergens (IEH)
  • Biological response of organisms, cells and proteins to particle exposure (IEH)
  • Dosimetry and detection of particles in organisms, tissues and cells (IEH)
  • Lung morphology and (patho-)physiology (IEH)
  • Particle-induced health effects (toxicology, epidemiology) (IEH)
  • Particle lung deposition, clearance and translocation to other organs (IEH)
  • Aerosol and health (IEH, PMx)
  • Health effects and environmental impact of engineered nanoparticles (IEH)
  • Inhalation and exposures (IEH)
  • Aerosol deposition (IND)
  • Indoor aerosol transport (IND)
  • Indoor/outdoor relationship (IND, PMx)
  • Indoor sources (IND)
  • Worker protection in nanoparticle industries (IND)
  • Penetration (IND)
  • Other


  • Molecular characterisation and identification of aerosol constituents and markers (AC)
  • Multiphase chemical mechanisms, processes, and interactions involving aerosol (AC)
  • Chamber and flow tube simulations – heat and mass transfer (AC, AM, FUND)
  • Aerosol dynamics  (FUND, AM)
  • Aerosol interaction with surfaces (FUND)
  • Aerosol filtration (FUND)
  • Coagulation, Agglomeration, and Fragmentation (FUND, AM)
  • Physical properties of aerosols (FUND)
  • Nucleation and growth  (FUND, AM)
  • Optical properties (FUND, AA)
  • Other