Chemie der Atmosphäre

Atmosphärenchemisches Seminar

Das atmosphärenchemische Seminar findet 14tägig jeweils Mittwoch, 13:00 Uhr im Seminarraum Chemie des Leibniz-Instituts für Troposphärenforschung statt. Es umfasst Vorträge und wissenschaftliche Diskussionen zu atmosphärenchemischen Themen, die 

  1. von allgemeinem Interesse sind oder
  2. die Arbeiten der Wissenschaftler und Doktoranden betreffen.

Anfragen bitte an Prof. H. Herrmann

Atmosphärenchemisches Seminar der Abteilung Chemie des TROPOS Leipzig

Geb. 23.6, Seminarraum, 13:00 Uhr

Datum Vortragender Titel ES MS
07.12.2022 Dr. A. Ahlawat An overview of research activities planned for India campaign, 2023 (DFG proposal)        
11.01.2023 Dr. V. Engelhardt Assessment of ozone risk to vegetation for rural and forest sites in Saxony, Germany        
18.01.2023 Dr. T. Schaefer First results of the DMS oxidation studies in the aqueous phase within the DFG project ADONIS        
15.02.2023 Dr. A. Nasrabadi Investigation of condensational growth of aerosolized virus size distribution in ACD-C chamber x      
01.03.2023 Dr. L. Faboya Chemical Characterisation of PM2.5 from Residential Area of Lagos, Nigeria: Overview and First Results        
15.03.2023 Y. Wang Trends in surface ozone and its precursors in Saxony, Germany        
22.03.2023 S. Atabakhsh Long-term source apportionment of organic aerosol from Melpitz station        
18.04.2023 Dr. D. Scheres Firak Insights into the complexation of Fe (II) in Fenton-like reactions and implications for the atmospheric aqueous phase x      
26.04.2023 Dr. T. Schaefer First results of the DMS oxidation studies in the aqueous phase within the DFG project ADONIS        
03.05.2023 M. Aiyuk Overview on heterogeneous chemistry model development        
10.05.2023 E. J. Dos Santos Can synergisms and antagonisms play a role in oxidative potential assays? x      
17.05.2023 Dr. D. van Pinxteren Ozone in Saxony: Main results from trend analyses, modelling and vegetation risk assessments x      
31.05.2023 N. Deabji Impact of urban emissions on regional air quality in Fez city area, Morocco x      
14.06.2023 M. Hell Time-resolved measurements of VOCs as important ozone-precursors x      
28.06.2023 Dr. U. Käfer Cloud Water Chemistry – Results from the “Schmücke Kompakt 2016” Campaign and the Current Status of the Schmücke Cloud Observatory x      
12.07.2023 J. Beck How can a Non-Target Screening help to understand the chemical composition of secondary organic aerosol? x      
19.07.2023 Dr. K. W. Fomba Contrasting Phosphorus fluxes in the northern and southern Tropical Atlantic x      
16.08.2023 Dr. T. Berndt Direct sulfuric acid formation from the oxidation of reduced sulfur compounds x      
30.08.2023 P. Mettke Conclusions of 1,2-ISOPOOH smog chamber studies and investigations of its aqueous-phase reactivity        
13.09.2023 Dr. A. Tilgner Multiphase modelling of organic hydroperoxide chemistry with CAPRAM x      
27.09.2023 A. Kaushik Investigation of airborne microplastics in the terrestrial environment        
11.10.2023 C. Kwiezinski Arctic in cloud flight measurements        
08.11.2023 C. Breitenstein First results on analysis of organic matter with HILIC-MS       x
21.11.2023 Dr. S. Zeppenfeld Transport and aging of primary and secondary aerosol constituents in the high altitudes of the Arctic troposphere        
06.12.2023 E. Poschart Continue kinetic EPR-studies by using spin-trapping technologies x      
20.12.2023 Dr. L. Poulain Ammoniac emission over Saxony        
10.01.2024 Dr. M. van Pinxteren General aspects of the sea surface microlayer in marine atmospheric studies       x


ES = Ergebnisseminar, Arbeits- oder Projektbericht
MS = Methodenseminar: Typ A: Hier vorhandene Methoden, Typ B: Methode an sich
Ü = Übung

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