IAA Basic Aerobiology Courses

The Basic Aerobiology Courses have been devised as a result of the growing interest in monitoring airborne particles. The increasing number of national aeroallergen networks that have been set up has enabled scientists to compare procedures and deepen fundamentals of monitoring techniques. Consequently the need for a higher quality level of analysis and for a standardization of procedures has emerged. To the purpose, an educational programme to train technicians and laboratory workers has been brought forward and was started with a series of European Courses in Aerobiology. The first European Course was held at Krems, Austria in 1993. The next will be held in Rzeszow, Poland, July 20-26, 2015.





1993
1st European Course in Aerobiology, Krems, Austria
1995
2nd European Course in Aerobiology, Leiden, The Netherlands
1997
3rd European Course in Aerobiology, Worcester, United Kingdom
1999
4th  European Course in Aerobiology, Cordoba, Spain
2001
5th European Course in Aerobiology, Perugia, Italy
2003
6th European Course in Aerobiology, Poznan, Poland
2005
7th European Course in Aerobiology, Lyon, France
2007
8th European Course in Aerobiology, Novi Sad, Serbia
2009
9th European Course in Aerobiology, Evora, Portugal
2011
10th European Course in Aerobiology, Holbaek, Denmark
2013
11th European Course in Aerobiology,Vinnitsa, Ukraine
2015
12th European Course in Aerobiology, Rzeszów, Poland
 2017
13th European Course in Aerobiolgy, Fiskebäckskil, Sweden
2019