Dr. Emine Sebnem Aksoyoglu Sloan

Sebnem Aksoyoglu

Scientist

Paul Scherrer Institute
Forschungsstrasse 111
5232 Villigen PSI
Switzerland






Education

1975-80 Middle East Technical University, Chemistry Department, Ankara, Turkey

Academic degrees

B.S. in Chemistry, (1980) Middle East Technical University, Chemistry Department, Ankara, Turkey

M.S. in Chemistry, (1982), Middle East Technical University, Chemistry Department, Ankara, Turkey Thesis:"Thermoluminescence properties of some new phosphors"

Ph.D. in Chemistry, (1987) Middle East Technical University, Chemistry Department, Ankara, Turkey Thesis: "Sorption/desorption studies of cesium and neptunium on some clays and soils"

Associate Professor in Physical Chemistry (1990)

Fellowships

IAESTE Fellow at Sandoz AG, Basel, Switzerland (July-Oct., 1980)

IAESTE Fellow at the Swiss Reactor Research Institute (EIR), Würenlingen, Switzerland (March-June, 1983)

IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency) Fellow at the Swiss Reactor Research Institute (EIR), Würenlingen,Switzerland (1985- 1986)

Training

Radiation Protection (Switzerland, 1990)

Project Management (Switzerland, 2001)

MM5 tutorial (USA, 2002)

Professional affiliations

Research Assistant, Middle East Technical University, Chemistry Department Ankara, Turkey (1980-1986)

Chemist, Hot Labor, Paul Scherrer Institute, Villigen, Switzerland (1986-1992)

Atmospheric modeller, Laboratory of Atmospheric Chemistry, Paul Scherrer Institute, Villigen, Switzerland (1992- )
The Thomas Kuhn Award by IUAPPA (The International Union of Air Pollution Prevention & Environmental Protection Associations) September 2001.
Air Pollution, International Scientific Advisory Committee member (1998-2002)

Air Quality Management, Scientific Advisory Committee member (2001-2005)
Regional air quality modeling (Europe, Switzerland)

Formation of secondary pollutants such as ozone and aerosols

Source apportionment

Impacts of future emission scenarios on air quality

Impacts of ship emissions on air quality

Role of biogenic emissions on ozone and secondary organic aerosols