Gruppenmitglieder

Gruppenleiter

Dr. Thomas Berkemeier

Meine Forschung widmet sich der mathemischen Beschreibung von Multiphasenprozessen in der Atmosphäre und dem menschlichen Körper. Wir wollen beispielsweise verstehen wie Feinstaub entsteht, wie er die Chemie der Atmosphäre beeinflusst, oder welche chemischen Reaktionen diese Partikel im Körper in Gang setzen. In meiner Forschungsgruppe versuchen wir mittels Computermodellen und Laborexperimenten die relevanten chemischen und physikalischen Prozesse zu ergründen um auf unsere übergeordneten Fragen Rückschlüsse ziehen zu können.

Tel: +49 6131 305  7010

Email: t.berkemeier@mpic.de

 

Gruppenmitglieder

 

Postdoktoranden

 

Steven Lelieveld

Research: I am working on the reaction kinetics of air pollutants with antioxidants in the epithelial lining fluid using laboratory studies and kinetic modeling.

 

Email: s.lelieveld@mpic.de

Dr. Jiani Tan

Research: My research focuses on the issues related to the atmospheric deposition of reactive nitrogen and its impact on air quality and climate change by applying machine learning techniques.

 

Email: jiani.tan@mpic.de

 

 

Doktoranden

 

Hyungu Kang

Research: I study the formation of secondary organic aerosol (SOA) with oxidation flow reactors and mass spectrometry in collaboration with the Hwajin Kim group at Seoul National University. I will be using numerical methods to research multiphase chemistry in aerosols.

 

Email: h.kang@mpic.de

 

Ashmi Mishra

My research focuses on the adverse health effects of atmospheric aerosols. In particular, I look at the redox chemistry of atmospheric particles entering the human body by combining laboratory work with numerical modelling techniques.
 

Email: a.mishra@mpic.de

Matteo Krüger

Research: My research addresses the health effects of exposure to particulate matter with an emphasis on smoking and passive smoking using kinetic modeling. Also, I explore different applications of machine learning in atmospheric chemistry.

 

Email: m.krueger@mpic.de

Zhen Zhao

Research: I am a visiting student from Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology. I work on environmentally-persistent free radicals (EPFR) in PM2.5 in China. In Mainz, I investigate EPFR in indoor air and perform laboratory experiments elucidating the chemical mechanisms that govern the health effects of aerosol particles.

 

Email: z.zhao@mpic.de

 

Alumni

 

Dr. Alexander Filippi (Doktorand, 2020-2021)

Dr. Jake Wilson (Doktorand, 2018-2021)

Dr. Coraline Mattei (Postdoc, 2019-2020)

Dr. Eleni Dovrou (Postdoc, 2020-2022)

 

 

 

 

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