PhD student in Environmental Science focusing on Molecular, Isotopic, and Optical properties of Aerosols in Sub-Saharan Africa

Our department has about 220 employees of which about 60 PhD students from many different countries. Research study programs are offered in Environmental Science, Analytical Chemistry and Environmental Chemistry. We are well integrated in the interdepartmental Bolin Centre for Climate Research. Project description Atmospheric particles, or aerosols, have a large, but poorly constrained impact on Earth’s climate and human respiratory …

PhD student in Environmental Science focusing on Asian Aerosols: Molecular, Isotopic, and Optical Properties

Our department has about 220 employees of which about 60 PhD students from many different countries. Research study programs are offered in environmental science, analytical chemistry and environmental chemistry. We are well integrated in the interdepartmental Bolin Centre for Climate Research. Project description Atmospheric particles such as combustion-derived black carbon (soot) play a central role in climate change and air …

PhD student in Environmental Science focusing on Carbon-Cryosphere-Climate Interactions in the Arctic Land-Sea System

Our department has about 220 employees of which about 60 PhD students from many different countries. Research study programs are offered in environmental science, analytical chemistry and environmental chemistry. We are well integrated in the interdepartmental Bolin Centre for Climate Research. Project description Permafrost on land, along the coastline and in the subsea sediments holds large quantities of frozen carbon, …

PhD student in Environmental Science focusing on Black Carbon Life Cycle in the Atmosphere

The department has about 220 employees of which about 60 PhD students. Research study programs are offered in environmental science, analytical chemistry and environmental chemistry and courses are given in environmental science and analytical chemistry. Project description Black Carbon lifecycle. Black carbon (BC) particles formed during incomplete combustion processes influence our environment by being detrimental to human health and may …

PhD student in Environmental Science focusing on Microbial Communities as Indicators of Chemical Pollution

The department has about 220 employees of which about 60 PhD students. Research study programs are offered in environmental science, analytical chemistry and environmental chemistry and courses are given in environmental science and analytical chemistry. Project description The PhD student position will be associated with the project ECOFUN that aims at generating new knowledge on the capacity of microbial functions …

Postdoctoral Fellow in Contaminant Fate and Transport Modeling

The Department of Environmental Science and Analytical Chemistry (ACES) at Stockholm University has a strong research focus (>100 peer-reviewed articles per year) spanning from environmental chemistry and ecotoxicology to atmospheric science and biogeochemistry. In the Contaminant Chemistry Unit we study all aspects of the occurrence of pollutants in the environment. Areas of particular focus include the discovery of new contaminants, …

Postdoctoral Fellow in Analytical Environmental Chemistry

The Department of Environmental Science and Analytical Chemistry (ACES) at Stockholm University has a strong research focus (>100 peer-reviewed articles per year) spanning from environmental chemistry and ecotoxicology to atmospheric science and biogeochemistry. In the Contaminant Chemistry Unit we study all aspects of the occurrence of pollutants in the environment. Areas of particular focus include the discovery of new contaminants, …

Postdoctoral Fellow in Microbial Colonization and Biofilm Development in Aquatic Environments

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 …

Contact information

Visiting addresses:

Geovetenskapens Hus,
Svante Arrhenius väg 8, Stockholm

Arrheniuslaboratoriet, Svante Arrhenius väg 16, Stockholm (Unit for Analytical and Toxicological Chemistry)

Mailing address:
Department of Environmental Science and Analytical Chemistry (ACES)
Stockholm University
106 91 Stockholm

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