INAR and CAS teach first joint intensive course in India

The Centre for Atmospheric Sciences (CAS), Indian Institute of Technology Delhi and the Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research (INAR), University of Helsinki have jointly organized an intensive course for PhD students across India.

The Centre for Atmospheric Sciences (CAS), Indian Institute of Technology Delhi and the Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research (INAR), University of Helsinki have jointly organized an intensive course for PhD students across India.

Aerosol Science Intensive Course, IIT Delhi Sonipat campus, India 5–15 Feb 2024

Lecturers:
Shahzad Gani, Asst Prof, CAS, IIT Delhi and Visiting Researcher, INAR, University of Helsinki (in-person)
Roseline Thakur, Docent, INAR, University of Helsinki (in-person)
Pauli Paasonen, Assoc Prof, INAR, University of Helsinki (in-person)
Markku Kulmala, Academy Prof, INAR, University of Helsinki (online)
Katrianne Lehtipalo, Prof, INAR, University of Helsinki (online)
Tuukka Petäjä, Prof, INAR, University of Helsinki (in-person)
Chandan Sarangi, Asst Prof, Civil Engineering, IIT Madras (in-person)
Veli-Matti Kerminen, Prof, INAR, University of Helsinki (online)

This is the first of three courses that INAR will organize with CAS to bring together, teach (and learn from!), and inspire researchers (especially PhD students) from across India. This initiative is funded by the Finnish National Agency for Education's Team Finland Knowledge programme.