About GAeF

The "Gesellschaft für Aerosolforschung e.V." (GAeF) was founded in 1972 in order to promote all areas of aerosol research, to provide information on an interdisciplinary basis amongst members and the public, to provide an international forum for collaboration and support scientific education and teaching at all levels. GAeF has member from all over the world and encourages aerosol scientists to join the society.

Contact GAeF

Gesellschaft für Aerosolforschung e.V.

Postfach 45 04 05

50879 Köln

 

e-mail: info@gaef.de

2019 - Gesellschaft für Aerosolforschung e.V.

EAA Working Groups

 

WG 2: Atmospheric Aerosol Studies

 

Chair: Ana Kroflič

Ambient aerosols are recognized to have important impacts on the ecosystem, human health and climate change. However, aerosol formation and aging mechanisms, as well as a number of related atmospheric processes are not well understood. Of our main interest are physical, chemical, and optical properties of ambient aerosols and their mimics, including time-resolved investigations of the complex multiphase system and aerosol modelling. We aim to provide better insight, new aspects and knowledge on the lifecycle of atmospheric aerosol particles, with an emphasis on their roles in cloud formation and Earth’s radiative balance.

 

The Atmospheric Aerosol Studies working group is a highly interdisciplinary scientific forum that strives for the scientific exchange and the highest-level scientific discussions within the wide atmospheric aerosol science community. We warmly welcome contributions from field as well as aerosol chamber, laboratory, and modelling studies considering any aspect of atmospheric aerosols and their processing.

Subtopics (responsible person)

  • Aerosols and clouds in polar regions (Julia Schmale)

  • New particle formation (Silvia Henning)

  • CCN activity, aerosol-cloud interactions and ice in the atmosphere (Silvia Henning)

  • Transport of atmospheric aerosols, global modelling and climate forcing (Ulas Im)

  • Molecular characterization of atmospheric aerosols (Christopher Kampf)

  • Secondary aerosols, heterogeneous and multiphase chemistry (Ana Kroflič)

  • Optical properties and remote sensing, black and brown carbon (Luca Ferrero)

  • Source apportionment of atmospheric aerosols (Daniele Contini)

  • Physico-chemical properties of atmospheric aerosols (all)

WG chairs

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