Markku Kulmala "Atmospheric aerosols: from molecular scale to global climate"

Author: | published date:2014-11-28

Time:10:00-11:30, Nov.28th, 2014. 
Place: Room 301, Old Geosciences Building
Speaker:  Markku Kulmala
                  Division of Atmospheric Sciences, Department of Physics  University of Helsinkisci
Markku Kulmala directs the Division of Atmospheric Sciences at the Department of Physics, and has served as a professor at the University of Helsinki since 1996.
His research areas include the effects of atmospheric aerosols on the climate and human health, the microphysics of clouds and the connections between the biosphere, aerosols, clouds and the climate. 
According to the ISI Web of Knowledge, M. Kulmala is in the first place in the Citation Rankings in Geosciences (since 1.5.2011). His H-factor is 61.  Prof. Kulmala has received several international awards such as the Smoluchovski Award (1997), the International Aerosol Fellow Award (2004) and the Wilhelm Bjerkenes medals (2007), Fuchs Memorial Award (2010).