• MNO 2014

    MNO 2014

    The University Lille 1 will host the Second International Workshop on Metallic Nano-Objects (MNO 2014) from 13th to 14th November 2014.
  • PHOTO4E

    PHOTO4E

    PHOTO4E conference, set to take place at IFPEN in Lyon on 15, 16 and 17 October 2014, as part of its Rencontres Scientifique
  • GDR  2014

    GDR 2014

    10-14 juin 2014 - Strasbourg - Réunion annuelle du GDR Nanoalliages
  • PhotopaQ Conf.2014

    PhotopaQ Conf.2014

    PhotopaQ Conf.2014 "Photocatalysis: Science and Application for Urban Air Quality", Lyon from April 15th to 17th 2014 in the framework of the EU LIFE+ project PhotoPAQ.
  • Atmos'Fair 2014

    Atmos'Fair 2014

    Atmos'Fair 2014 : 24 & 25 September 2014

Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research (IfT)

The Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research (IfT) was founded in 1992 for the investigation of physical and chemical processes in the polluted troposphere. The IfT consists of three departments, i.e. Atmospheric Physics, Atmospheric Chemistry (Head: Prof. H. Herrmann - PI of the project) and Atmospheric Modelling. Over the years, a well-defined and globally unique research profile of IfT emerged, with a focus on aerosol particles, i.e. small airborne particles and cloud droplets. The chemistry department is covering atmospheric chemistry in its full width. The department is specialised in understanding the tropospheric multiphase system by conducting laboratory experiments, developing chemical mechanism schemes and performing field measurements. The group maintains a wide variety of particle sampling techniques and holds a large sub-group for analytical chemistry mainly based on hyphenated analytical techniques to analyze samples from both field- and laboratory studies.

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Web site:
http://www.tropos.de

Contact:
Prof. Dr. Hartmut Herrmann
herrmann@tropos.de

Leibniz-Institut für Troposphärenforschung e.V., Leipzig
Permoserstraße 15
04318 Leipzig
Germany