Aarhus Centre for Analytical Chemistry, Atmosphere and Climate
We develop and apply chemical analysis methods to investigate:
Atmospheric processes affecting the Earths climate, focusing on sources, composition and processing of aerosols
Chemical composition of bio-oils, to provide chemical process understanding for development of new bio-fuels
News and Events
PhD student Ditte Thomsen will visit Prof. T. Hoffmann and his research group at Mainz University, Germany for 3 months to use advanced and innovative mass spectrometry instrumentation for analysis of aerosols.
Sofie Falk Vinther will visit Prof. T. Bertram and this research group at University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA for 4 months as part of her master’s thesis research on chemistry of dimethyl sulfide.
Congratulations to Maria Høilund who finished her master’s thesis project!
February 2021: New publication #2
“Large Discrepancy in the Formation of Secondary Organic Aerosols from Structurally Similar Monoterpenes”. Ditte Thomsen’s first first-author article! In collaboration with Merete Bilde and her research group. Link to the publication
February 2021: New publication #1
“Emissions of ultrafine particles from five types of candles during steady burn conditions” published in “Indoor Air” in collaboration with Merete Bilde and her research group as well as colleagues at Lund University and Danish Technological Institute. Link to the publication