University of Minnesota, TSI Host 41st Annual Aerosol and Particle Measurement Short Course

The University of Minnesota, along with TSI, is again hosting the Aerosol and Particle Measurement Short Course August 22-24, 2016.

Online PR News – 09-May-2016 – Shoreview, Minnesota – The University of Minnesota's Particle Technology Laboratory, in cooperation with TSI Incorporated, is excited to announce that it will again host the popular Aerosol and Particle Measurement Short Course August 22-24, 2016 at the University of Minnesota.

The course is taught by a number of world-renowned experts in both academia and industry, and includes both lectures and hands-on lab sessions. This year's course, including Atmospheric Aerosol Measurement, Filtration Fundamentals and Applications, and Optical Particle Counters–to name a few–is designed to meet the growing demand for professionals with training in the field.

"TSI is pleased to continue its partnership with the University of Minnesota to provide this outstanding aerosol short course, which includes extensive hands-on lab sessions with a broad range of the latest particle instrumentation," said Brian Osmondson, Business Director, Research and Analytical Instruments.

Participants will have the opportunity to gain theoretical understanding of aerosol properties and behaviors and receive practical training on skills to sample, measure, and characterize airborne particulate matter in a variety of applications, while earning continuing education credits, according to Dr. David Pui, Professor at the University of Minnesota and director of the short course.

Attendees will also visit TSI Headquarters for hands-on lab experiments. For more information on the Aerosol and Particle Measurement Short Course and to register, visit the Aerosol and Particle Short Course website.

About University of Minnesota’s Particle Technology Laboratory:
The Particle Technology Laboratory is one of the leading centers of small particle research in the U.S. Founded in the 1950's by the late Professor K. T. Whitby, the lab is well-known for its instrumentation development activities. As part of the College of Science and Engineering at the University of Minnesota, the Laboratory has published approximately 2,000 papers and reports, and produced approximately 170 Ph.D.'s and 450 Master level students since inception. Research from the lab has been incorporated into codes and standards by NIST, ASTM, ASHRAE, EPA, and ISO, etc.

For more information on the Particle Technology Laboratory, visit the University's website.

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