Perry Logan (3M) and I will be presenting  a PDC on “Forecasting Exposures Using the New Well-Mixed Room Models” on the Sunday prior to the 2019 AIHCE in Minneapolis:      Click here for the 2019 AIHCE Bring an old fashioned scientific calculator and a dozen pieces of paper, a Windows 7 or 10 laptop, and a desire to estimate past and predict present and future exposures using state-of-the-art “Well-mixed Room” models and Monte Carlo Simulation methods. PDC 410: Forecasting Exposures Using Well Mixed Room Models – NEW! Sun, 5/19: 8:00 AM  – 5:00 PM Professional Development Course Minneapolis Convention Center (MCC) CM Credit Hours: 7 Description:  The new one and two box Well Mixed Room (WMR) models will be introduced, along with a systematic approach to calibrating a WMR model. Software (Windows only) will be provided that allows the user to quickly […]


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Perry Logan and I will be presenting  a PDC on “Forecasting Exposures Using the New Well-Mixed Room Models”.  See the course description at IOHA 2018 (replaces the AIHA Fall Conference this year): https://ww2.aievolution.com/aih1802/index.cfm?do=ev.pubSearchEvents          We need  several more student to meet the minimum number.  If you are interested you must register by COB July 22.  


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Finally, our new website is active. The site enhancements include a News section, a personal Blog, and a user’s support Forum.  The News section will contain training and software announcements.   I intend on starting and maintaining a blog on occupational exposure assessment issues.  However, it is the addition of a user’s forum that is most exciting.  In the Support/Forums section users of the IHDataAnalyst (commercial and student versions), as well as users of my other software products, can view a FAQ section, respond to questions, and post questions of their own.  I will monitor the forum for new questions and respond as needed. Over the next several months I hope to update all of the text and add new sections.  Suggestions will be appreciated.  


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