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1 SPONSORSHIP PROPOSAL INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM INDIVIDUAL AIR POLLUTION SENSORS : INNOVATION OR REVOLUTION 29 & 30 Novembrer 2018 - Lille (Villeneuve d’Ascq) France
3 SUMMARY 1 2 3 4 Presentation of organizers and essential partners The project and its values Partnership opportunities General information and contact
4 Association for the Prevention of Atmospheric Pollution The Association for the Prevention of Atmospheric Pollution (APPA) was created in 1958 and recognized of public interest in 1962. Its activities concern the fields of environment, public health and climate. It is involved in all issues relating to air quality, both inside and outside buildings, from the global to the local level. For more information : www.appa.asso.fr Organizers 3 Organizers 2 Event days 1 International Symposium
5 European Federation of Clean Air and Environmental Protection Associations EFCA is a non-political, non-governmental and non-profit federation of national associations active in Europe in the field of air pollution control and environmental protection. It works at the interface between science and (European) policy on environmental issues. For more information : www.efca.net The important partners The PC2A Laboratory, (University of Lille / CNRS) is a multidisciplinary research unit whose fundamental and applied activities, related to energy and the environment, are oriented towards the characterization of atmospheric and combustion domains.
For more information: http://pc2a.univ-lille.fr Le Laboratoire PhysicoChimie des Processus de Combustion et de l’Atmosphère
6 STEERING COMMITTEE Denis CHARPIN, Aix Marseille Université- APPA Rémy COLLOMP, CHU Nice Thuy COLLOMP, CHU Nice Sarah DUCHE, Université de Grenoble Benjamin HANOUNE, Université de Lille - PC2A Andrzej JAGUSIEWICZ, EFCA John MURLIS, EFCA Thomas REICHERT, EFCA Aurore ROYNETTE, APPA Corinne SCHADKOWSKI, APPA Nicolas VISEZ, Université de Lille - PC2A The project & its values The development of low-cost microsensors implies that the continuous measurement of atmospheric pollutant concentrations is no longer restricted to “experts” nor fixed places.
We are currently witnessing a rapid development of these sensors, assisted by algorithms that must be ever more powerful to manage and exploit the huge databases generated Presentation On the occasion of its 60th birthday, the APPA (Association for the Prevention of Atmospheric Pollution) wishes in partnership with EFCA (European Federation of Clean Air and Environmental Protection Associations) and the laboratory PC2A (PhysicoChemistry of Combustion Processes and Atmosphere) explores this topic through a two-day international symposium entitled Individual Air Pollution Sensors: Innovation or Revolution? which will take place on 29 & 30 November 2018 in Villeneuve d’Ascq (France).
The symposium will be structured around invited lectures and papers selected by a scientific committee from the abstracts received following the call for papers. Background The context of measurements of concentrations of atmospheric pollutants traditionally carried out by the authorities in charge of ambient air monitoring is changing. In particular, we observe the evolution of the general public’s interest for the environment, concern for individuals on their health in relation to the environment and food, the communication around 400 000 deaths in Europe, but also on pollution peaks, traffic restriction measures, an upsurge in the number of asthmatics and even allergies, and a lot of contradictory information blurring the messages … These findings are in line with the way in which current generations, inseparable from their smartphone, operate, and with the increasing use of connected objects and biomedical tests. There is therefore a proliferation of applications displaying the value of the pollutant at time “T” and at point “P”, resulting from measurements made public by ASQAA or from modeling.
What would be the scientific or political implications if a majority of citizens were equipped with individual air pollutant sensors?
7 Céline BOUDET, INERIS Pierre CARREGA, Université de Nice Denis CHARPIN, Aix Marseille Université - APPA Rémy COLLOMP, CHU Nice Thuy COLLOMP, CHU Nice Damien CUNY, Université de Lille William DAB, Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers Sarah DUCHE, Université de Grenoble Benjamin HANOUNE, Université de Lille Vincent DUPUIS, Sorbonne Université Lahcen EL MAIMOUNI, Université Ibn Zohr Evelyne GEHIN, Université Paris Est Créteil Ghislaine GOUPIL, Laboratoire Central Préfecture de Police de Paris Gaëlle GUILLOSSOU, Service des Etudes Médicales d’EDF Yvon LE MOULLEC, APPA Philippe HAMMAN, Université de Strasbourg At the same time the manufacturing and use of inexpensive, individual and miniaturized sensors is being developed, supported by ever more powerful algorithms capable of managing and exploiting the enormous databases generated by these measurements. This has allowed the emergence of several projects - often with a “citizen”- ambition in France or abroad, sometimes including the assembling of the sensor.
In this very innovative and dynamic context, in France and abroad, the APPA wishes to organize an international symposium, in order to establish a state of the art and to provoke reflections on different axes: - Technology and metrology: what measurements? Which pollutants? What reliability? What standardization? What about using these sensors in indoor air? - The health aspect: what individual impact? what contribution for epidemiological studies, under what conditions? - The societal and big data component: ownership and management of the data generated? - The economic and strategic aspect: real cost of sensors? Economic model ? Monitoring the implementation of emission reduction actions? - What do we learn from the first feedback? Actual use by citizens? Changes in behavior? Does the fact that citizens agree to wear these instruments go hand in hand with public and government awareness?
Anda IONESCU, Centre d’Etudes et de Recherche en Thermique Environnement et Système, Université Paris est Créteil Andrzej JAGUSIEWICZ, EFCA Juliette LARBRE, Service Parisien Santé Environnement Roger LEFEVRE, Université Paris est Créteil Corinne MANDIN, Centre Scientifique et Technique du Batiment Nicolas MICHELOT, Direction Régionale et Interdépartementale de l’Equipement et de l’Aménagement Ile de France Maurice MILLET, Université de Strasbourg John MURLIS, EFCA Olivier RAMALHO, CSTB/OQAI Thomas REICHERT, EFCA Nathalie REDON, IMT Lille douai Romain ROUVOY, Université de Lille Didier RENAULT, Météo France SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
8 Partnership oppportunities 150 participants are expected : France Europe International You are : A national, A regional, Local authority You wish: • To promote the actions and tools of support for innovation You are : A start up, A SME. You wish : • To develop your network during the event • To share your project and environmental and ethics preoccupations • To present your company through your products, services, innovations You are : A laboratory, An innovative company, A health actor. You wish : • To present your innovations perspectives to the experts and essentials participants. • To position yourself as actor and consolidate your leadership. • To present your company through your products, services, and innovations A meeting in France
9 Other partnership modalities ? If you think of other ways of supporting us, please contact us directly: firstname.lastname@example.org G old Silver O p t i o n s We propose several levels of partnerships. • Stand 6 m2 • Insert in the definitive program (1page) • 2 posters during the event • Logo in the definitive program and the website • A promotional material for everyone during the symposium • Access for 2 persons • Stand 3 m2 •Insert in the definitive program (1/2 page) • 1 poster exposed during the event • Logo in the definitive program and the website • Access for 1 person • Stand : 6 m2 - 2 500€ 3 m2 - 1 100€ • Posters : 2 - 900€ 1 - 700€ • Insert : 1 page - 875€ 1/2 page - 500€ 1/4 page - 350€ • Communication Promotional file into the symposium briefcase --- 700€ • Logo on the website -- 600€ 5 000 € TTC 2 500 € TTC
10 General Information • logo on the first page of the website - The logo will appear on the first page of the event website http://lille2018.appa.asso.fr/ - The logo will be integrated on the website after the reception of partnership file signed by the sponsor • Logo and presentation of the sponsor in a dedicated page.. - The logo and the presentation text will appear on a page of the conference website, entitled «Partners». - The logo will include an active link to the sponsor’s website. - The sponsor provides the presentation text (maximum 100 words) • Insert in the definitive program - The sponsor will transmit the content of insert in the definitive program, no editing will be done by the organizers. - The program will be distributed to all attendees • Promotional material will be distributed to the participants - Each participant receive a briefcase during the event Deadline : The sponsor will send an email with : - the High definition logo - the content of insert - the presentation text (100 words max) Before 1 October 2018 Promotional material to be distributed during the symposium must be received before 10 November 2018 Offer description
11 Payment terms 50% of the sum must be paid when signing the agreement Total payment must be received at least 1 month before the event, the 30 October 2018 Payment methods • Option 1 : Payment by check, payable to APPA • Option 2 : By transfer APPA, COMITÉ RÉGIONAL NORD PAS DE CALAIS In case of cancellation of your reservation. The cancellation will be sent to : Aurore ROYNETTE email@example.com Organizer will keep : - 50% of the total amount if the cancellation is before the 1 October 2018. - 100 % of the total amount if the cancellation is after the 1 October 2018.
12 Aurore ROYNETTE Communication manager firstname.lastname@example.org Margaux BEUGNET Communication Assistant email@example.com Contact Us ! INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM INDIVIDUAL AIR POLLUTION SENSORS : INNOVATION OR REVOLUTION 29 & 30 November 2018 - Lille (Villeneuve d’Ascq) France
14 Votre communication sur l’évènement / Your communication on the event Nom/ Name _ Prénom / First Name _ _ Société/ Company _ _ Adresse/ Adress _ _ _ _ Code postal / Zip code _ Ville/ Town _ _ Pays/ Counrty _ _ Fonction/ Position _ _ Tel / Phone _ e-mail _ _ Vos coordonnées / Details Niveau de sponsoring / Sponsoring Level Pack Or / Gold pack - 7 000€ Pack Argent / Silver pack - 4 800€ Au detail Stand : 6m2 - 3 000 € 3m2 - 4 800 € Affiche/ Posters 2 - 1 200 € 1 - 700 € Encart publicitaire / Advertising in the program 1 page - 875 € 1/2 page - 500 € 1/4 page - 350 € Documents promotionnels insérés/ your inserted advertising documents - 700 € Logo sur supports et site web / your logo in the official website - 600 € Réglement / Payment Par chèque à l’ordre de Par virement bancaire/ by transfer at our bank A réception de votre règlement, une facture vous sera adressée / Upon receipt of your payment, an invoice will be sent to you Total général TTC/ General total TTC . € Le soussigné déclare avoir pris connaissance des conditions générales et s’oblige à s’y conformer. The undersigned declares he has read the general conditions and agrees to conform to them Fait à / Signed in … Le / On . .
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