I am an atmospheric scientist specialising in understanding aerosols and clouds. I currently work as a postdoctoral researcher at NOAA in the Earth System Research Laboratory in Boulder, Colorado. I’m funded by CIRES at the University of Colorado, Boulder. I’m preparing for the ATom mission with NASA, where I will measure aerosol size distributions around the world in a series of pole-to-pole flights, as part of a team studying the impact of human-produced air pollution on greenhouse gases and on chemically reactive gases in the atmosphere.

My doctoral work at the Goethe University of Frankfurt am Main was with the CLOUD collaboration at CERN, where I studied aerosol nucleation and growth in a chamber environment.

Views and opinions shared on this blog are my own, and do no represent those of NOAA, CIRES or any other organization.


2 thoughts on “About

  1. Sorry for sneaking in to your lab today, but your set up looked so much more interesting than that other guys. I look forward to seeing the outcomes of the ATom project, and remember not to breathe too much ozone while your flying around the world 😉


    1. Hi Eric, don’t be sorry – I love when people are interested in my work! I hope you enjoyed the rest of your tour of NOAA, good luck with the climate course at CU!


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