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Airborne aerosol measurements onboard the NASA research aircraft DC-8

The NASA-sponsored Atmospheric Tomography Mission (ATom) investigates how human emissions affect air quality and climate change in the atmosphere by making measurements with a DC-8 aircraft that will carry out repeated climbs and...

MSc Antonio Spanu – new member of our group since 1 July 2016

MSc Antonio Spanu has started his work as an Early Stage Researcher in the Aerosol Physics & Environmental Physics group at the beginning of July 2016.

Vortrag von Mag. Anna Wonaschütz, PhD

"Rauchende Kamine, blauer Dunst und Feinstaub: Aerosole und die menschliche Gesundheit", beim Junior Science Club des Stadtschulrats für Wien, Wipplingerstraße 28, 1010 Wien, Österreich am 24.6.2016

New paper in Journal of Geophysical Research Atmospheres, Sanchez et al.

"Meteorological and aerosol effects on marine cloud microphyscial properties" Contributor: Mag. Anna Wonaschütz, PhD

Two papers from the CLOUD experiment published in the journal Nature

"Two papers from the CLOUD experiment published in the journal Nature: the CLOUD consortium reports the first observation of ion-induced nucleation of pure biogenic particles and identifies the mechanisms of early biogenic...

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Bernadett Weinzierl zu Gast bei "Forscher fragen: Aerosole"

Bernadett Weinzierl gibt im Gespräch mit Johannes Büchs, ARD, am 03.05.2016 im Körber Forum (Hamburg) einen Überblick über Aerosolmessungen auf dem Forschungsflugzeug und die Auswirkungen von Aerosolpartikeln auf die Atmosphäre...

Dr. Josef Gasteiger - new member of our group since May, 1st, 2016

Josef Gasteiger has started his work as post-doc in the Aerosol Physics & Environmental Physics group at the beginning of May 2016.

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Bernadett Weinzierl Keynote Speaker at the NOSA Conference Aarhus

From 4-6 April 2016, the NOSA Symposium was held at the Department of Chemistry, Aarhus University, Denmark. Bernadett Weinzierl was invited as keynote speaker to talk about "Long-range transport of aerosols: new insights from...

Maximilian Dollner, MSc. - new member of our group since March, 1st, 2016

Maximilian Dollner has started his work as a PhD student and university assistant in the group of Bernadett Weinzierl on 1st March 2016.

New Member of our group - Univ.-Prof. Dr. Bernadett Weinzierl

Univ.-Prof. Bernadett Weinzierl is atmospheric and aerosol physicist and has started her work in the aerosol group with 1st March 2016

Her present research focuses on the airborne investigation of aerosol long-range transport,...

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Univ-Prof. Dr. Bernadett Weinzierl
Boltzmanngasse 5, 1090 Wien Austria
Phone: +43-1-4277-73412
e-mail: bernadett.weinzierl@univie.ac.at

Andrea Kopecký
Boltzmanngasse 5, 1090 Wien Austria
Fax: +43-1-4277-51186
e-mail: andrea.kopecky@univie.ac.at

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Research Activities of the AEP Group

Aerosols are small solid or liquid particles suspended in air, ranging in size from molecular clusters to particles and small droplets with diameters of several hundred micrometers. Small particles are inhalable and can be detrimental to human health. Atmospheric aerosols are highly heterogeneous in space and time, and are difficult to implement into climate models. Aerosols influence atmospheric radiative transfer and the hydrological cycle, and their interaction with clouds is a major source of uncertainty for future climate predictions.

The AEP group is oriented towards basic aerosol science. Currently, research focuses on the following topics:
1) airborne aerosol measurements,
2) abundance and properties of cloud condensation nuclei,
3) measurement and intercomparison of measurement methods for black and brown carbon in aerosols,
4) nucleation and nanoparticle formation in ambient and laboratory settings,
microphysical and optical properties of non-spherical particles such as mineral dust and volcanic ash,
impacts of meteorology and biogenic contributions on ambient atmospheric aerosols,
7) development of new measurement methods for the characterization of nanometer-sized particles.

A particular strength of the group is in the development, adaptation and testing of measurement techniques, with a long track record of ground-breaking designs and technologies. Inter-disciplinary research investigates zones in exoplanetary systems supporting life based on solvents other than water. Current research is continually integrated into lectures and lab classes on aerosol science, environmental science and global change.

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