An intensive exchange is provided by the programme scheme of IPTC 2019: 2.5 days of oral/poster presentations and exhibition. Plenary sessions will open the conference days. Outstanding experts will address key topics. All posters will be displayed permanently during the whole conference in the networking area and the trade exhibition will complete the networking area as the conference communication hub.
A Young Scientist Forum will be organized as a satellite meeting on 9-10 September 2019.
On Wednesday, 11 September a welcome reception with chamber concert at Schloss Mirabell will take place. Seats are limited. The participation is free of charge but a pre-registration is necessary.
The conference dinner on Thursday 12 September will take place at PITTERKELLER – Salzburg’s most authentic beer cellar (separate registration necessary, registration fee: 78 €).
|Pulmonary-derived circulating factors promote cerebrovascular inflammatory mechanisms following inhalation of particles and gases
M. Campen, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque/USA
|Surfaces of particles and fibres: Their role in assessing exposure and toxicity
Mary Gulumian, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg/SA
|Risks and benefits of oral particle exposure
Jonathan Powell, University of Cambridge/UK
|Understanding Toxicological Risks of Dermal Exposure to Engineered Nanomaterials: Is there Anything More to Study?
Ng Kee Woei, Nanyang Technological University, Singapoore/SG
|Adverse systemic effects due to exposure to fine and ultrafine particulate matter: target beyond the lung
Andrea De Vizcaya-Ruiz, Center for Research and Advanced Studies (Cinvestav), Mexico City/MX
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|In parallel to the Young Scientist Forum: research consortia meetings||Welcome Reception||Conference Dinner|
60486 Frankfurt am Main
Online registration is now available
Preliminary programme online