in the Laboratory of Environmental Chemistry (LUC)
Investigation of multi-phase chemical processes relevant for atmospheric chemistry. One goal is to develop a fundamental understanding of multi-phase chemistry in the atmosphere and on the ground. Motivation comes from assessing the impact of human activities and natural processes on human health, environment and climate.
More information on the Surface Chemistry Group
Reconstruction of environmental and climatic conditions from high-altitude glaciers. An important question in climate research is whether the magnitude and rate of the 20th century climate and environmental change exceeds the natural variability over the last millennium. More information on the Analytical Chemistry Group