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Particle Plumes in Cross Winds - Going to Extremes

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To book an in-person seat at the seminar this Thursday please use the link below – please note that once the number is reached you will not be able to register but will be able to watch via the Zoom link at the bottom of this email. There will also be a selection of individually wrapped sandwich lunches for everyone who is attending in-person.

https://stokes.cceif.group.cam.ac.uk:1763/seminarreg/164302

Face coverings are expected to be worn on arrival at the BPI Institute AND during the seminar and in all communal areas. Face coverings should only be removed once you have collected lunch and are back at your seat. Please also note that for ventilation windows in the Open Plan Area must remain open at all times.

BPI Seminar – Thursday 21 October 2021

11.30

Andy Woods, BPI , University of Cambridge Particle Plumes in Cross Winds

Stuart Clarke, BPI , University of Cambridge Surface Science – Going to Extremes Time: Oct 21, 2021 11:15 AM London

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https://zoom.us/j/94345857670

Meeting ID: 943 4585 7670

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The link will be live from 11.15am. By default you will be muted and not emitting video, so remember to unmute yourself before asking questions.

This talk is part of the Seminars for the Centre for Environmental and Industrial Flows series.

This talk is part of the Seminars for the Centre for Environmental and Industrial Flows series.

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