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What is the duration and structure of each webinar?

Each Webinar will take approximately 75 minutes. There will be 3-4 international speakers in each Session, who will give talks of 10-20 minutes. A Q&A session will follow after the presentations, and will be managed by the Session Chair.

How will the webinars be accessed?

The webinar series will be hosted on the ZOOM platform and managed by Cornell University. This is an online platform which can be accessed through all popular web browsers.

In what formats will the Webinar material be available after each event?

The webinars slides will be shared with all registered participants via email, and they will be uploaded to the Webinar Website hosted by Trinity College Dublin and added to the Webinar Series Project on the ResearchGate platform.

Will the webinars be recorded?

Unfortunately, we will not be recording all webinars. Those webinar we do record we will share with those who have registered and are on our mailing list. You are welcome to contact the webinar organisers and speakers with follow up questions. In addition, requests for repeat webinar sessions have been made and the organisers will aim to accommodate this for specific audiences.

When will the webinars take place each month?

Each webinar varies based on the host organisation and location of the event. Please pay careful attention to the timezone details for each webinar if you plan to join.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

This webinar series is organised by Asst Prof John Gallagher from Trinity College Dublin and please email him with any questions regarding the webinar ( This is in collaboration with Prof Max Zhang at Cornell University and Dr Richard Baldauf in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

I would like to participate in the Autumn/Winter programme for the webinar series?

The Autumn/Winter webinar programme is in development. If you wish to enquire about participation to present research of your own of your research group, then please contact John Gallagher ( to identify opportunities to contribute to the programme in some way.