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Junior Professorship Atmospheric Chemistry - Prof. Dr. Anke Nölscher

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Lecture/Exercise course: Atmospheric Chemistry Research Project (00556)

SS 2020
Th.: 13:00-16:00, H7 (BayCEER)

Anke Nölscher, Julius Seidler

This module consists of two parts:

The lecture “Atmospheric Chemistry II” presents in detail current issues of atmospheric research. Especially the role of volatile organic compounds in the environment is highlighted. Exchange processes between ecosystems, the mechanisms that form and grow atmospheric particles, and the potential for tropospheric ozone formation depending on different environmental parameters are discussed in detail. Recent literature and datasets provide examples and serve to test introduced concepts.

The “Research project” comprises all aspects of designing a new atmospheric research project. The students draft an original research project and present it within the course. Experiments to support the proposal writing process with e.g. proof-of-concept or first tests are defined and carried out in the laboratory or field. The training is concluded by submitting a final research proposal.

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