Our PhD and MASc students supervised by Kyle Daun and Christof Schulz went to the 10th International Workshop on Laser-Induced Incandescence held in Muskoka, Canada on June 24-27, 2024.

This meeting brings together researchers from particle, combustion, and atmospheric sciences to exchange and discuss recent trends and applications of laser-induced incandescence for characterizing aerosols – including soot and engineered nanoparticles – as well as complementary techniques for particle characterization.

All four students presented their posters within daily held poster sessions.


Horace Ingram Looi – Characterization of Aerosolized Graphene Oxide Nanoparticles using time-resolved laser-induced incandescence

ORnel José Padilla Estrada – Understanding graphene inception and growth by investigating early stage particle formation

Jun Wang – Bayesian statistical model for quantifying defects in monolayer MOS2

Halil Ibrahim Yazici – Feasibility of online optical diagnostics for few-layer graphene based on laser-induced incandescence and elastic light scattering