Conference Poster Prize for Paul Buckley
ESAI Environ2016 Conference, Limerick, March 2016.
PhD student Paul Buckley, under the supervision of , won the ESAI best poster presentation at the Environ2016 conference - the largest gathering of environmental researchers in Ireland, held in Limerick this week. Paul's poster focused on the 'Source Apportionment of Particulate Matter in Small Rural Towns'.
The ENVIRON colloquium is the longest running and largest annual gathering of environmental researchers in Ireland, with over 300 delegates attending the event each year. It provides a venue for researchers to exchange information on their most up-to-date findings with a large and diverse audience made up of academics, industry members and policy makers. It is an excellent platform for the sharing of ideas and for knowledge transfer among groups working in disparate disciplines. The interdisciplinary nature of the colloquium and its associated workshops fosters interaction between scientists, engineers, industry members and policy makers.