My Research interests:
Study of microphysical and chemical properties of aerosols and clouds using a broad range of measurement techniques (i.e., in situ and remote-sensing techniques on ground-based and airborne platforms within dedicated field campaigns and laboratory studies), modeling of aerosol optical properties, aerosol hygroscopicity, aerosol-cloud interactions, study of ambient aerosols and clouds in the Arctic.
- We will continue our course series e-science tools in atmospheric science also in2021! More info from the last course in Tjärnö, Sweden, can be found here.
- The NASCENT campaign is ongoing. Find out more on our project webpage.
- News, blogs and photos from the Arctic Ocean 2018 expedition & MOCCHA campaign be found on our project webpage.
⇒ We always offer interesting topics for master or bachelor work. Just contact me if you are interested to work with atmospheric aerosols or clouds!
I am currently giving the Aerosol Physics (MI4004) course and teach the lecture on passive remote sensing on the Remote sensing in atmospheric science and oceanography (MO8008) course at MISU. In addition, I am organizing the annual Course series on e-science tools in atmospheric science together with University of Oslo/MetNo (Norway).
Latest scientific papers
From a polar to a marine environment: has the changing Arctic led to a shift in aerosol light scattering properties?
Frequent new particle formation over the high Arctic pack ice by enhanced iodine emissions
A global model–measurement evaluation of particle light scattering coefficients at elevated relative humidity
A global analysis of climate-relevant aerosol properties retrieved from the network of Global Atmosphere Watch (GAW) near-surface observatories
Multidecadal trend analysis of in situ aerosol radiative properties around the world