QuantAQ at the 2024 Air Sensors International Conference (ASIC)

Hear from the global air quality community, check out our latest sensor technology, and engage with QuantAQ's team of experts at the 2024 Air Sensors International Conference in Riverside, California.

Riverside, California, home to the 2024 Air Sensors International Conference.
Riverside, California, home to the 2024 Air Sensors International Conference. 

We’re thrilled to return to the Air Sensors International Conference (ASIC), held this year in Riverside, California from April 30th to May 3rd. We’re looking forward to reconnecting and learning alongside our customers.

Ways to engage with our team

Wednesday, May 1 - Thursday, May 2: Exhibit Hall

Swing by our booth (#406) in the exhibit hall to speak directly with the scientists and engineers building our next-generation hardware and software. Get a live demo or learn more about recent case studies.

Tuesday, April 30th: Pre-Conference Data Tools Training

Join the hands-on data visualization workshop on Tuesday afternoon to learn how to use the atmospy python library to easily visualize and communicate air sensor data. You’ll learn how to make publication-quality figures such as diel profiles, time series, pollution roses, and calendar plots.

  • Presenter: David Hagan, PhD, QuantAQ CEO and Co-Founder
  • The session is included with conference admission, but please pre-register here. Some previous experience with python is required.

Wednesday, May 1st: "Lessons Learned" Panel

At 3:55pm in RC-FC, Eben Cross, PhD, QuantAQ Co-Founder and Chief Science Officer, will moderate “Lessons learned the hard way: What to avoid (and what to do instead) during your next community air monitoring project”

  • Panelists include Michelle Mendoza of Air Guardian, Juan Flores of Air Alliance Houston, and Francesca Mujlaf of Air Partners

Ways to learn about QuantAQ air sensors in research

We encourage you to catch our customer presentations and posters, including:

Wednesday, May 1

  • [Evaluating AQ Monitoring Programs, 10am, Exhibit Hall A] “Impact-driven, stakeholder-partnered air justice research in Boston, MA: 7 years of insights from Air Partners” with Scott Hersey of Olin College
  • [Evaluating AQ Monitoring Programs: 2:40pm, Exhibit Hall A] “Community Participation and Scientific Approaches in Air Pollution Monitor Network Siting: The Case of the Community Air Sensor Network of Kintampo Health Research Centre (KHRC), Ghana” with Mohammed Mujtaba

Thursday, May 2

  • [Opening Panel on Key Challenges for Realizing the Benefits of Sensors: 8:15am, Exhibit Hall A] Daniel Westervelt of Columbia University will speak to source attribution methods with QuantAQ
  • [QA/QC Tips, Tricks, and Tools: 10am, Exhibit Hall A]: “Using sensor networks for source apportionment of PM2.5 and investigating spatial representativeness of AQ network stations” with Stig Hellebust of University College Cork, Ireland
  • [QA/QC Tips, Tricks, and Tools: 11:15am, Exhibit Hall A] “A Community-Engaged Process Toward Cost-Effective Solution-Centered AQ Sensor Network Design and Operations” with Amy Mueller of Northeastern University
  • [Weight of Evidence: 3:40pm, Exhibit Hall A] “High Spatiotemporal Resolution Estimates of PM2.5 in West Africa Using Well-Calibrated Air sensors, Satellite Data, and Machine Learning” with Daniel Westervelt of Columbia University

Friday, May 3

  • [Next Gen Networks: 9:25am, RC-FC] “Observations of volcanic plume chemistry and exposure in Hawaii using a distributed low-cost sensor network” with Ben Crawford of the University of Colorado

Connect with us

Let us know if you’re presenting a session or poster that mentions QuantAQ, we’ll add it to our line-up. Hope to see you there - stop by the booth or reach out to schedule a meeting with us.