Postdoctoral Fellow in Bioaccumulation of Natural Complex Substances

The Department of Environmental Science and Analytical Chemistry (ACES) at Stockholm University employs about 200 faculty, researchers, postdoctoral fellows, PhD students and technical/administrative support staff. Project description Many materials used in the fragrance industry such as plant oils are mixtures of many different chemicals. These materials are termed natural complex substances. The purpose of this project is to assess the …

Postdoktor i kemikalieriskhantering

Institutionen för miljövetenskap och analytisk kemi är en multidisciplinär institution för miljövetenskapliga studier, med ca 200 anställda forskare, doktorander och teknisk/administrativ personal. Vår forskning spänner över fem olika huvudområden: kemiska föroreningar, atmosfäriska aerosoler, biogeokemiska kretslopp av kol och näringsämnen, ekotoxikologi och analytisk kemi. Det finns betydande experimentell utrustning för kemisk analys och partikelkarakterisering men även flera permanenta forskningsstationer såväl som …

Postdoctoral Fellow in Toxicological Risk Assessment

The Department of Environmental Science and Analytical Chemistry is a multidisciplinary department that gathers scientists from diverse fields in the natural sciences to study environmental phenomena with some 200 faculty, researchers, doctoral students and support staff from over 30 countries. Our research spans across five major areas: chemical contaminants, atmospheric aerosols, biogeochemical cycles of carbon and nutrients, ecotoxicology, and analytical …

PhD student in Applied Environmental Science focusing on global transport of perfluoroalkyl acids in association with sea spray aerosols

The department has about 200 employees of which about 60 are PhD students. Research study programs are offered in applied environmental science, analytical chemistry and environmental chemistry and courses are given in environmental science and analytical chemistry. Project description The project is funded by the Swedish Research Council FORMAS (www.formas.se/). A summary of planned research is provided below. The world’s …

Postdoctoral Fellow in Evaluating Aerosol Hygroscopicity and Optical Properties in Climate Models using in-situ Measurements 

The Department of Environmental Science and Analytical Chemistry (ACES) is one of the biggest departments at the Faculty of Natural Sciences with about 220 employees. The main research areas are Environmental Science and Analytical Science. Project description Atmospheric aerosols are an important component of the Earth’s climate system. Aerosols scatter and absorb solar radiation but are also eminent important for cloud formation …

Postdoctoral Fellow in Environmental Science

The Department of Environmental Science and Analytical Chemistry (ACES) at Stockholms University employs about 220 employees: researches, postdoctoral fellows, PhD students and technical/administrative support staff. Project description Life-saving protection is needed in healthcare clothing to shield against biological fluids that can transmit diseases in hospitals. Currently, fluorinated polymers are the only known technology that can provide both oil and water …

Postdoctoral Fellow in Environmental Organic Chemistry

The Department of Environmental Science and Analytical Chemistry (ACES) employs about 200 employees: researchers, postdoctoral fellows, doctoral students and technical/administrative support staff. The sources and fate of environmental contaminants is one of the research foci, and the department maintains state of the art instrumentation for ultra/trace analysis of organic chemicals in complex matrices. Project description Oceans are known to be …

THE BIG PICTURE

ACES is part of the SECTION FOR EARTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES at Stockholm University, which covers a wide range of research into the Earth’s formation, climate and the environment.

If you want to know more about the work of the Section for Earth and Environmental Sciences read the article by former Section Dean and ACES Professor Cynthia de Wit published in Pan European Networks: Science and Technology.