Abstract Submission Guideline

  • The abstract should be ONE page in double column format.
  • Each author can submit no more than two papers. Please note that once you click "submit", your paper CANNOT be changed in any way.
  • The abstract should be submitted in PDF format through the AAC 2024 website. Any submission via email will not be accepted.
  • Please use our template for abstract submission. (Download Template)
  • Abstract Submission Deadline: May 1, 2024.
  • Acceptance Notification will be sent on July 1, 2024.

Review Process

  • The abstracts will be reviewed by the AAC 2024 Technical Program Committee.
  • Abstracts which do not fulfill the standards will not be accepted.

Oral Presentation Guideline

  • Presenters shall present their paper onsite and in person. 
  • The official language is English.
  • The duration for each oral presentation is 12 minutes + 3 minutes Q&A.
  • The slide proportions should be 16:9.
  • Please include the presentation title, your affiliation and name on the first slide.
  • AAC 2024 will use Windows OS. To avoid garbled characters, please use a standard font originally installed on the OS.
  • Please save your presentation file on a USB and arrive in the session room 15 minutes before your session starts. The secretariat will help you to save your file.

Poster Presentation Guideline

  • A printed poster. The size should be A0 (841mm (W) x 1189mm (H)).
  • Please note that the author must print the poster beforehand and affix it onsite at the conference venue.
  • Please remember your poster number and find the specific poster board onsite.

Conference Sub-Theme

  • Aerosol and air pollution in South Eastern Asia countries
  • Aerosol chemistry
  • Aerosol-climate meteorology
  • Aerosol exposure and health effects
  • Aerosol instrumentation
  • Aerosol modeling
  • Aerosol physics
  • Bioaerosol
  • Emission inventory
  • Filter and control technology
  • Indoor air
  • Low cost sensor and sensor network
  • Nanoparticles and nanotechnology
  • Remote sensing
  • Urban aerosol and air quality
  • VOC and secondary precursors
  • Climate changing aerosols
  • Airborne microplastics
  • Local biomass burning