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       The European Association for the Science of Air Pollution (EURASAP) is active for about 15 years with the objectives put forward in the beginning. There are many different scientific disciplines connected to the science of air pollution - meteorology, atmospheric boundary layer physics and chemistry, mathematics and computer sciences, biology and medicine, hydrology and oceanography, alternative energy sources and clean technologies, urban and traffic planning, and many others.

     EURASAP Objectives:

  • Facilitate the collaboration among scientists from different European

  • Support the scientific development of students and young scientists.

  • Organise small Workshops on specific topics in order to clarify and
    solve scientific problems.

  • Facilitate the distribution of information among scientists in the field of
    air pollution - through the EURASAP Newsletter and a Web site.

     The funds of EURASAP come from membership fee and are spend

  • Support the organisation of small workshops on specific topics.

  • Newsletter edition and distribution.

  • Support for students to attend conferences.

  • Support for other conferences in the field of air pollution.

  • Awards for young scientists.

         On December 10, 2004, a "new" EURASAP was established in Aveiro, Portugal.

         The signing at the notary was performed by Prof. Dr Carlos Borrego, Prof. Dr. Ana Isabel Miranda, Stela Pinheiro, all of the Univ. of Aveiro, and Prof. Dr. Peter Builtjes as chairman of EURASAP.

         The EURASAP committee has discussed the status of EURASAP several times. The reasons to move EURASAP from its "birthplace" at Imperarial College, London , initiated by Prof. Dr. Helen ApSimon to Aveiro were the following. The official status of EURASAP as a charity in the UK created continuous problems and hindered our flexibility. Furthermore, also the money exchange to the UK not being in the EURO-zone was sometimes a handicap. But most important, it is always good not to put the burden of being the official EURASAP home for too long time at one place. The Univ. of Aveiro, Department of Environment has an outstanding record in the science of air pollution, with a large group of young and enthusiastic scientists who will carry EURASAP further in the years to come.

Zvjezdana Bencetić Klaić
Newsletter Editor

Dr. Antun Marki