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【2016-09-20】报告1:Suggestions to Tackle Air Quality Challenges in China and Other Megacities;报告2:An introduction of The SMEAR Concept
发布时间:2016-09-20

报告题目: Suggestions to Tackle Air Quality Challenges in China and Other Megacities

报 告 人:  Markku Kulmala

报告题目: An introduction of The SMEAR Concept

报 告 人:  Tuukka Petaja

时     间:  2016-9-20 下午1:30

地     点:  LAPC多功能厅

报告人简介

Professor Kulmala’s research focus is on atmospheric aerosol science and biosphere-aerosol-cloud-climate interactions. His main scientific goal has been to reduce scientific uncertainties concerning global climate change issues, particularly those related to aerosols and clouds. Kulmala is active in terms of publications, acquisition of research funding, co-ordination of research projects, establishment of infrastructure (measurement stations), education, and international networking. He has published over 750 original research papers (fist in citation rankings in geosciences), principal investigator or coordinator in more than 40 EU/Nordic projects, he has supervised over 60 PhD students, 13 of them are presently professors.  Markku Kulmala leads the Academy of Finland Centre of Excellence in Atmospheric Science – From Molecular and Biological processes to the Global Climate (ATM), which includes 280 scientists from physics, meteorology, chemistry, forest sciences and biology. He also leads the Division of Atmospheric Sciences in the Department of Physics, University of Helsinki. He is chair of the Finnish National Committee for Future Earth, and also headsFuture Earth’s   European allianceof national committees, which examine European research priorities and promotes European-level stakeholder engagement. He selected as a foreign academician of Chinese Academy of Science in 2015. The backbone of PEEX, Kulmala’s and his team’s work is a comprehensive measurement station network, importantly based on three long-term SMEAR (Stations for Measuring the forest Ecosystem – Atmosphere Relationships) field stations in Finland, with the aim to improve comprehensive continuous measurement networks globally.


Professor Tuukka Petaja is an experimental atmospheric scientist at the University of Helsinki. He is responsible for the aerosol laboratory and for the atmospheric observations at SMEAR stations. He is also the science director of the Pan Eurasian Experiment (PEEX) program and the principal Investigator of the Biogenic Aerosols – Effects on Clouds and Climate (BAECC) project.

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