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2013. Boulder, Colorado

2nd Annual ToF-CIMS User Meeting
Friday, March 22 through Monday, March 25 2013
Jointly hosted by Aerodyne Research, the Jimenez Research Group, and CIRES


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Archive of Presentations

Many presentations from this and other Users Meetings are posted on the Presentation from Past Meetings page.


The meeting immediately precedes a ToF-AMS data analysis workshop at the same location. Details about that meeting can be found here.

Sessions will run from approximately 9AM to 6PM on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. Coffee and snacks will be provided during most sessions.

   Morning     Afternoon  Evening 
 Friday, March 22
  • MOVI Training
  • Tofware Hands-On Tutorial
  •   Tofware Hands-On Tutorial
 Saturday, March 23
  • Attendees Introductions
  • Aerosol CIMS

  •  Ion Chemistry Part 1
  • Poster Session  at Millennium Harvest Hotel
 Sunday, March 24
  •  Ion Chemistry Part 2
  • Sampling Methods and Inlets: Field and Chamber Studies  
  •  Informal gathering at the Lazy Dog
 Monday, March 25
  • Tofware Development Status
  • High Resolution Analysis
  •  Dinner Hosted by Aerodyne at Backcountry Pizza and Tap House
 Tuesday, March 26
  • Tofware Help Session
  • Nitrate Ion Source Demo

Meeting sessions are shown in blue.
Special Events are shown in red.  Please indicate in your registration if you will attend any of these events.  Space at Tofware tutorial and help session is reserved for current and pending users of the ToF-CIMS.


2nd Annual Symposium on Advances in Mass Spectrometry for Atmospheric Science
Monday, March 25, 2013
1PM - 430PM
CIRES Auditorium

This public symposium is jointly sponsored by Aerodyne Research and CIRES.   No registration is required.

Talks will be divided into 2 sessions, with a coffee break in between.

Manjula Canagaratna Aerodyne ResearchEvaluating Elemental Ratios and Chemical Compositions obtained from Mass Spectrometry of Organic Aerosol Species
Joachim Curtius Goethe Universität FrankfurtResults of cluster measurements with a nitrate ion source CI-APi-TOF from the CLOUD experiment at CERN
Delphine Farmer Colorado State University What goes up doesn't always come down: Applying mass spectrometry to surface flux measurements of trace gases and particles
Greg Huey Georgia TechCIMS utilizing Iodide (I-) Chemistry
Heikki Junninen University of HelsinkiToF-CIMS using nitrate, protonated acetone, and bisulfate reagents, and radioactive/x-ray sources, and new Criegee detection


Meetings will be held in the Ekeley Sciences Building on the University of Colorado, Boulder campus.

Boulder is approximately 1 hour west of Denver International Airport (DEN) by car.  

Buses runs frequently between Boulder and the airport (AB Route Schedule) and Super Shuttle has regularly scheduled vans.

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