The ECo-Series provides a forum for discussing scientific issues of societal relevance, sharing new and innovative techniques, and for interacting with other scientists, stakeholders and policy makers. Our aim is to provide entertaining, educational, and provocative events which foster discussion and creativity both within and outside of the Department.
You get to know about our recent PhD projects
Johannes West “Formation and degradation pathways of dimethylmercury in marine systems” Linn Karlsson “Aerosol-cloud interactions in a warming Arctic” Sabrina Roth “Using chemical activity to understand effects of chemical mixtures on microbial communities in aquatic sediments”
Coupled cycles of carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus
It is very likely, based on experimental results and modelling, that nutrient shortage will limi the effect of rising atmospheric CO2 on future land carbon sinks (IPCC AR5). While there is high confidence that nitrogen will limit carbon shortage on land, the role of phosphorus is more uncertain. Daniel S. Coll will present his work which aims at shedding light …
New Materials and Improved Ambient Techniques in Mass Spectrometry
Nicolò Riboni will publically defend his thesis entitled “New Materials and Improved Ambient Techniques in Mass Spectrometry”
Temporal Trends of Perfluoroalkyl substances in the Arctic
Amino acids with relevance for health, climate and the environment: Development of mass spectrometric methods
Javier Zurita Perez will publicly defend his thesis “Amino acids with relevance for health, climate and the environment: Development of mass spectrometric methods”.
Arctic warming, trends in MODIS AOD and evaluation of GCMs
The psychology of climate change communications – Cancelled
Seminar will be rescheduled for a later date.
Analytical techniques to simplify sample complexity
Hwanmi Lim will publicly defend her thesis “Automation, hyphenation and multidimensional chromatography for PAH analysis: Analytical techniques to simplify sample complexity”.
Greetings from Tampere University of Technology
Ilona Riipinen will tell about her stay at Tampere University of Technology, where she spent a month as a visiting professor at the end of the summer. She’ll talk about the work in Tampere, and discuss potential collaborative projects.