Dr. Mira Pöhlker
My research is focusing on the characterization of aerosol particles and their ability to form cloud droplets. I investigate how aerosols from different sources change clouds and climate.
Dr. Ramon Braga
Investigation of aerosol hygroscopic growth and CCN activation using in-situ measurements and numerical models.
Lianet Hernández Pardo
Investigation of cloud microphysical processes and aerosol transport in convective clouds using numerical models
Ovid Oktavian Krüger
For my Ph.D project I investigate in sources and spatiotempopral variation in Cloud Condensation Nuclei (CCN) and their impact on clouds and climate. This work is based on field measurements of CCN properties at ATTO, Ragged Point and on board of the HALO aircraft.
Investigation of aerosol hygroscopic growth and CCN activation using in-situ measurements and satellite observations.
I am currently studying Chemistry and Business Administration and help monitoring the aerosol measurements at ATTO and at Barbados.
Associated Team Members
Dr. Thomas Klimach
I am working on instrument development and the analysis of large data sets.
Bruna Amorim Holanda
I am working on the aging and transport of biomass burning aerosol, with focus on black carbon particles, and their impact on cloud formation, based on long term measurements at the ATTO site and HALO aircraft observations.
I am investigating how atmospheric aerosol particles interact with water vapour, to form clouds through experiments and numerical models. To study aerosol and cloud microphysical properties, I have conducted field experiments in a continental megacity and a coastal city within the Indian region.