Handix Scientific is proud to be sponsoring the 6th meeting of the International Society for Atmospheric Research using Remotely Piloted Aircraft (ISARRA) here in Boulder, Colorado. We will be exhibiting the Portable Optical Particle Spectrometer (POPS), and sharing some results collected with the instrument on a multicopter earlier this year.
There will be a lots to see at the IAC in St. Louis related to Handix Scientific this year. We're sponsoring an ice nuclating particle special session chaired by Dr. Ryan Sullivan, and will also be presenting results from several on-going projects: FIREX, BC deposition, and INP measurements in China. Tim, Gavin, and Ping will all be in attendance, so come find us.
Tim Gordon and Gavin McMeeking will be attending the upcoming AAAR annual meeting in Raleigh, NC. Tim will be presenting results from the Open Path Cavity Ringdown Spectrometer's trip to Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Gavin will be sharing an evaluating of a small BC sensor suitable for UAV and network measurements.
Handix Scientific's Dr. Gavin McMeeking will be participating in the NOAA FIREX Fire Sciences Laboratory campaign, conducting a series of measurements to compare the response of various black carbon instruments. He will be joined by collaborators from Ohio State University and Colorado State University, along with a large group of researchers from NOAA and other national laboratories and universities.
Handix Scientific's Dr. Tim Gordon will present initial findings from the deployment of the Open Path Cavity Ringdown Spectrometer at Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Handix Scientific is pleased to sponsor the IGAC Science Conference, which focuses on the latest scientific research on atmospheric chemistry. Dr. Ping Chen will attend part of the conference and be available for discussions of the company's products and research activities. Handix Scientific will have some literature and other information available at our exhibitor table if you would like to learn more about the company.
Handix Scientific Senior Scientist Gavin McMeeking will present an overview of his research into black carbon properties and emissions from wild and prescribed fires as part of a special session on smoke science research.
The National Center for Atmospheric Research, in collaboration with NASA and the University of Colorado, will host a 4-day workshop to discuss current and future directions in atmospheric radiation science. Scientists, engineers, and representatives from funding agencies will assemble to exchange their perspectives on observational needs and on how they can be met with current or emerging technology, platforms, and experimental approaches.