Our Technical Program Committee has been working to create sessions that can be the most beneficial to our attendees. Below is the preliminary list of ACM Speakers that will be giving Podium Presentations about their experiences, research and knowledge with you. We will be continuing to recruit people and organizations to offer podium presentations as well as poster presentations at the conference. 

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Session Topic
Speaker Name
Organization
Title
   
Applications/Implications Michael Benjamin California Air Resources Board
Science-Based Policy Formation at the California Air Resources Board
   
Applications/Implications Louisa Emmons National Center for Atmospheric Research
Impact of anthropogenic and natural emissions on air quality in Korea
   
Applications/Implications Ajith Kaduwela California Air Resources Board / Air Quality Research Center, UC Davis
Development of Future Atmospheric Chemical Mechanisms for Photochemical Modeling
   
Applications/Implications Jennifer Kaiser Georgia Institute of Technology
Characterization of Chemical Mechanisms used in Top-Down VOC Emission Estimates
   
Applications/Implications Michael Kleeman UC Davis
Source apportionment of O3 formation in California using SAPRC11
   
Applications/Implications Camille Mouchel-Vallon NCAR
GoAMAZON: Exploring the Impacts of a Metropolis on Amazonian Air with an Explicit Organic Chemistry Scheme
   
Applications/Implications Heather Simon US EPA
Ongoing EPA efforts to evaluate modeled NOy budgets
   
Applications/Implications William R. Stockwell University pf Texas at El Paso
Review of the SAPRC-16 Chemical Mechanism and Comparison with the Regional Atmospheric Chemistry Mechanism, Version-2
   
Applications/Implications Keding Lu Peking University
Winter Haze in Beijing driven by fast Photochemical Smog Reactions
   
Atmospheric Oxidation Fernanda Bononi Department of Chemistry, UC Davis
Modeling the Absorption Spectra of Phenol and Guaiacol at the Ice-Air Interface
   
Atmospheric Oxidation Kelley Barsanti University of California Riverside
Developing Reactivity- and Source-Based Monoterpene Parameterizations for Secondary Organic Aerosol Modeling
   
Atmospheric Oxidation Mixtli Campos-Pineda University of California, Riverside
Direct measurements of vinoxy radicals and formaldehyde from ozonolysis of trans- and cis-2-butenes: new insights into OH radical formation and secondary chemistry
   
Atmospheric Oxidation Lea Hildebrandt Ruiz The University of Texas at Austin
Chlorine-Initiated Oxidation of Hydrocarbons: Mechanistic Insights from Measurements of Gas- and Particle-Phase Composition
   
Atmospheric Oxidation Joseph Messinger California Institute of Technology
Laboratory Exploration of the Reactions between Aromatics and OH using Cavity Ringdown Spectroscopy
   
Atmospheric Oxidation Michael Rolletter
Institute of Energy and Climate Research, IEK-8: Troposphere, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Jülich, Germany
Investigation of the alpha-pinene & beta-pinene photooxidation by OH in the atmospheric simulation chamber SAPHIR
   
Atmospheric Oxidation Rebecca Caravan Sandia National Laboratories
The role of Criegee Intermediate + ROOH reactions towards secondary organic aerosol formation – laboratory, modelling and field studies
   
Atmospheric Oxidation Mike Newland University of York
Structural dependence of stabilised CH2OO yield in terminal alkene ozonolysis
   
Atmospheric Oxidation Danielle Draper University of California, Irvine
Formation of Highly Oxidized Molecules from NO₃ Radical Oxidation of Δ-3-Carene: A Computational Mechanism
   
Atmospheric Oxidation Anke Mutzel Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research
Interconnection of day- and night time chemistry for VOC degradation and SOA formation
   
Atmospheric Oxidation  Mads Sulbaek Andersen California State University, Northridge
The Atmospheric Chemistry of Nitriles
   
Atmospheric Oxidation  Frank Winiberg Jet Propulsion Lab/Caltech Does water complexation affect the reaction of the β-hydroxyethylperoxy radical with NO?     
Mechanisms/SAR development Benjamin Brown-Steiner AER
Development of furan oxidation mechanism from OH and NO3 oxidation within biomass-burning regimes via chamber experiments
   
Mechanisms/SAR development Bernhard Reischl Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research / Physics, University of Helsinki
Molecular Dynamics simulations of sulfuric acid cluster collisions
   
Mechanisms/SAR development Melissa Venecek AQPSD, California Air Resources Board and Department of Land, Air and Water Resources, University of California, Davis
Analysis of SAPRC16 Chemical Mechanism for Ambient Simulations
   
Mechanisms/SAR development Bernard Aumont LISA
Structure-activity relationships for the development of MCM/GECKOA mechanisms
   
Mechanisms/SAR development Anna Novelli Institute of Energy and Climate Research, IEK-8: Troposphere, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Jülich, Germany
The impact of the aldehyde-hydrogen shift on the OH radical budget in the isoprene oxidation mechanism in pristine environments
   
Mechanisms/SAR development Luc Vereecken Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
Development, Extension, and Validation of Theory-based Structure-Activity Relationships (SARs) for Atmospheric Modeling
   
New Instruments and Algorithms Daniel Ellis University of York
Understanding the Atmosphere: Graph clustering methods for mechanism reduction.
   
New Instruments and Algorithms Eleanor Browne University of Colorado Boulder
Detection of novel organic nitrogen compounds with protonated ethanol cluster chemical ionization mass spectrometry
   
New Instruments and Algorithms John Crounse Caltech
Quantification of multifunctional molecules in chamber and ambient air using gas-chromatography chemical ionization mass spectrometry (GC-CIMS)
   
New Instruments and Algorithms Hanna Vehkamäki University of Helsinki
Characterising cluster fragmentation in an Atmospheric Pressure interface Time of Flight (APi-ToF) mass spectrometer
   
New Instruments and Algorithms Mark Goldman Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Bulk vs. stochastic kinetics to describe the oxidation of organic aerosol components
   
New Instruments and Algorithms Ugo Molteni PSI
Free troposphere wintertime gas-phase composition using CI-APi-TOF
   
PLENARY Lucy Carpenter University of York
Oceanic physicochemical processes affecting tropospheric O3
   
PLENARY Paul Ziemann University of Colorado Boulder
Gas- and Particle-Phase Products and their Mechanisms of Formation from the Reactions of Monoterpenes with NO3 Radicals: Comprehensive Measurements and Modeling
   
RO2 Radical Chemistry Joel Thornton University of Washington
Peroxy radical autoxidation and dimer formation in alpha-pinene oxidation: constraints from flow tubes, chambers, and the field
   
RO2 Radical Chemistry Torsten Berndt Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research (TROPOS), 04318 Leipzig, Germany
Accretion product formation from self- and cross-reactions of RO2 radicals in the atmosphere
   
RO2 Radical Chemistry Gabriel da Silva University of Melbourne
Isomerization and Decomposition of Isoprene’s Delta-(Z)-Hydroxyperoxyl Radicals
   
RO2 Radical Chemistry Kristian H. Møller University of Copenhagen
Unimolecular Peroxy Radical Hydrogen Shift Reactions in Isoprene Oxidation
   
RO2 Radical Chemistry Lavinia Onel University of Leeds
An inter-comparison of methods for HO2 and CH3O2 detection and kinetic study of the HO2 + CH3O2 cross-reaction in the Highly Instrumented Reactor for Atmospheric Chemistry (HIRAC)
   
RO2 Radical Chemistry Mani Sarathy KAUST
Formation of highly oxidized multifunctional compounds in alkane autoxidation – relevance to atmospheric and combustion chemistry
   
RO2 Radical Chemistry Krystal Vasquez California Institute of Technology
Observational constraints on the fate of the hydroxy nitrates produced in the reaction of isoprene peroxy radicals with NO
   
RO2 Radical Chemistry Sungah Kang Forschungszentrum Juelich IEK-8
The effect of NOx on formation of Highly Oxidized Multifunctional Molecules and SOA formation in photochemical system of α-pinene and β-pinene
   
RO2 Radical Chemistry Matthew Smarte California Institute of Technology
Water vapor dependence of the β-hydroxyethylperoxy self reaction
   
RO2 Radical Chemistry James Smith Smith Univ. of Calif., Irvine
Effect of relative humidity on the mechanism of new particle formation from monoterpene oxidation
   
RO2 Radical Chemistry Geoff Tyndall NCAR/ACOM
Dependence of alkyl nitrate yields on structure for mid-sized alkanes
   
RO2 Radical Chemistry Theo Kurtén University of Helsinki
Evaluating mechanisms for dimer formation from RO2 + RO2 reactions