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Current

Name Title Advisor
Antonio Spanu Towards a better determination of volcanic ash mass concentration from airborne in-situ aerosol with the CAPS-DPOL instrument Prof. B. Weinzierl
Sophia Brilke Atmospheric measurement of nanoparticles downstream Vienna Prof. P. Winkler
Maximilian Dollner Airborne measurements of the global abundance of coarse mode aerosol during the Atmospheric Tomography Mission (ATom) Prof. B. Weinzierl
Paulus Bauer In situ investigations of biogenic nanoparticle formation ultilizing small angle x-ray scattering (SAXS) Prof. P. Winkler
Dominik Stolzenburg Development and Characterization of a DMA-Train for high time-resolution size-distribution measurements in the Sub-10nm range Prof. P. Winkler
Christian Tauber Development and Characterization of the vSANC for nucleation studies Prof. P. Winkler
Carmen Dameto de Espana Aktivierung von Wolkenkondensationskernen und ihre chemische Zusammensetzung Prof. R. Hitzenberger
Theresa Haller Physikalische Basis von thermischen Russmessverfahren Prof. R. Hitzenberger
Wolfgang Ludwig Effective Solar Flux Calculations for Limits of Life-Supporting Zones of Exoplanets Prof. R. Hitzenberger
Mladen Kares An analysis of Nicola Tesla`s bladeless turbine Prof. H. Horvath
Tamara Pinterich Development of a Mobile Multi-Channel Size Analyzing Nuclei Counter (MCSANC) as reference instrument for aerosol and ion analysis Prof. P.E. Wagner

Completed

Name Title Advisor Completed
Agnieszka Kupc Experimental study of nucleation in different vapors and its temperature dependence and the effect of particle properties on the response of condensation particle counters Prof. P.E. Wagner 2013
Julia Burkart Investigation of the cloud condensation nuclei (CCN) activation behaviour of atmospheric aerosol in Vienna Prof. R. Hitzenberger 2012
Nayla Sabbagh-Kupelwieser The role of sub-micrometer aerosol and its influencing factors in the assessment of actual air pollution burden Prof. W.W. Szymanski 2012
Anne Maißer Investigation and applications of nano-scale biological and inorganic aerosols using electro-hydrodynamic atomization (EHDA) and electrical mobility analysis Prof. W.W. Szymanski 2012
Ursula Schmitzer The physics of make-up Prof. H. Horvath 2011
Gerhard Steiner High resolution mobility spectrometry of molecular ions and their effect on the charging probabilities of airborne particles under bipolar diffusion charging conditions Prof. G. Reischl 2011
David Neubauer Modellierung des direkten und indirekten Strahlungseffekts eines Kontinentalen Hintergrundaerosols in Österreich Prof. R. Hitzenberger 2010
Jana Kainerstorfer Quantitative functional optical imaging of the human skin using multi-spectral imaging Prof. G. Reischl 2010
Christian Laschober Characterization of biopolymers with nano-aerosol techniques Prof. W.W. Szymanski 2007
Martin Gangl Optical properties of inhomogeneous particles Prof. H. Horvath 2006
Olga Jovanovic Gravtiophorese stark absobierender Partikel für den stratosphärischen Druckbereich Prof. H. Horvath 2005
Hannes Sauerzopf Experimental arrangement for visualization of flows with a high speed video camera Prof. H. Horvath 2005
Thomas Wopelka Einflüsse moderner Technologien auf die partikelförmigen Emissionen von Kraftfahrzeugen Prof. G. Reischl 2005
Lucas Wind Experimental and theoretical assessment of multiple light scattering effect in aerosols Prof. W.W. Szymanski 2004
Paul Winkler Experimenatl study of condensation processes in systems of water and organic vapors employing an expansion chamber Prof. P.E. Wagner 2004
Sonja Seidl Optische Parameter des atmospärischen Aerosols Prof. H. Horvath 2001
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