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Meet Your UFP Monitoring Data Requirements
Join our webinar to learn more about the Aerosol Instrument Manager® software!
Powerful software is an essential tool for collecting and handling data.
Designed to support a wide variety of aerosol applications, TSI’s Aerosol Instrument Manager® (AIM) software, version 11, is available for both standalone Condensation Particle Counters (CPCs) and for Scanning Mobility Particle Sizer™ (SMPS™). This webinar will demonstrate the structure and features of both software packages. Additionally, each software package can be supplemented with an optional “monitoring license”, which contains features specifically for continuous ambient monitoring efforts.
Join our webinar to learn more about how AIM 11 CPC and AIM 11 SMPS™ – as well as the monitoring-specific features for each – can benefit your aerosol research and/or ambient monitoring work.
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Dr. Andrea J. Tiwari is an aerosol engineer with over 10 years of experience. She earned her Ph.D. at Virginia Tech, where she studied with Dr. Linsey Marr, who is a leading researcher on both the effects of engineered nanoparticles on the environment, and the study of airborne viruses. Dr. Tiwari’s dissertation research focused on the generation and chemical reactions of aerosolized carbon-based nanoparticles. She has published her scientific research in several journals. As an Applications Engineer at TSI Incorporated, she regularly works with customers in universities, government, and industries from around the globe to help them solve their aerosol-related challenges
Dr. Sebastian H. Schmitt has been working in the field of aerosol science since the past 10 years. Before joining TSI as an Applications Engineer in 2018, he studied Environmental Science at University of Bayreuth (2008 to 2013) with a strong focus on environmental chemical analytical methods. His PhD project focused on secondary organic aerosol formation from benzene at the simulation chamber facilities at the Institute of Energy and Climate Research in Jülich. Sebastian has been serving the Gesellschaft für Aerosolforschung (GAeF) in the position of the treasurer since 2018.