Aeris recently returned from an active week at the 26th Annual George Mason University Conference on Atmospheric Transport and Dispersion Modeling on July 26-28, 2022. Dr. Paul Bieringer chaired a session “Urban and Indoor Studies“, and later in the day presented “Recent Updates on the Joint Outdoor-Indoor Urban Large Eddy Simulation (JOULES) Modeling System” and “Relating Outdoor Human Exposure to Indoor Human Exposure within a GPU-LES Synthetic Dispersion Environment to Improve Health Effect and Casualty Estimates“. Dr. Cody Floerchinger presented “JOULES for Use in Generating Transport and Dispersion Climatologies“. Scott Kreyenhagen presented “Novel Approach to Defining Nearfield Dispersion Sources that Induce Atmospheric Perturbations“.
Said Cody, “As a first-time attendee, GMU was an excellent introduction to our academic, industrial, and government partners. The technical conversations were inspiring and I look forward to incorporating the feedback we received into our products.” For Scott, “It was great to see our colleagues in person after two years of virtual conferences. As usual, I found the sidebar conversations to be the most fruitful.” Paul commented, “This is an excellent conference for exploring partnerships with groups performing complementary field trials and modelings efforts.”
We look forward to continuing discussions during the December CBDS&T conference in San Francisco.