Associate professor, group leader
I'm associate professor of experimental atmospheric science at INAR and Finnish Meteorological Institute. I'm also Director of the Doctoral program in Atmospheric Sciences. My expertise is in aerosol physics and I have wide experience with field and laboratory experiments on atmospheric aerosols and nanoparticle measurement techniques. I'm interested in processes altering the atmospheric aerosol and ion population, such as aerosol formation and growth. The main projects I'm involved in are ACTRIS and CLOUD.
I am interested in understanding the mechanisms of atmospheric new particle formation in different environments, mainly in the Eastern Mediterranean and Middle East region. My research work involves laboratory experiments, field measurements and data analysis. I dislike working with ‘black boxes’ and I enjoy learning about the internal workings of instruments and other research tools.
I am a PhD student working on atmospheric ice nucleation. My main research topic is heterogeneous ice nucleation and the interactions between atmospheric aerosols and clouds. I am interested in boreal and polar environments and I am using data from field and laboratory experiments.
Post doctoral researcher, docent
Post doctoral researcher
I am a postdoctoral researcher with interests in ion spectroscopic measurements, experimental lab work on nanoparticles as well as field measurements at different locations.
I am a doctoral student researching air quality in Helsinki. My work also includes study of New Particle Formation in the rural environment- Qvidja, Finland. When I am not focused on research, I represent the doctoral candidates on the board of the Doctoral Programme in Atmospheric Science.
I am a PhD student working with chamber simulations in the CLOUD chamber at CERN, where I look at new particle formation under different atmospheric conditions. Mainly, I am interested in iodine nucleation in marine environments.
I am a PhD student focusing on new particle formation in the atmosphere and time series analysis. I mainly work with sub-3nm particle size distributions and related long data sets in my work, in addition to which I monitor and maintain our long-term Particle Size Magnifier measurements at our SMEAR stations.
I am interested in instrument development for on-line field measurement and implementing machine learning algorithms in atmospheric problems.
Prof. Tuukka Petäjä - Head of SMEAR II station, ACTRIS
University researcher Pasi Aalto - Atmospheric aerosol instrumentation, data management
Staff scientist Lauri Ahonen - Aerosol measurements at SMEAR II station in Hyytiälä
Post doctoral researcher Kimmo Neitola - Aerosol measurements at SMEAR I station in Värriö
PhD Dominik Stolzenburg
PhD Krista Luoma
PhD Jenni Kontkanen
PhD Robert Wagner
PhD Daniela Wimmer
PhD Katri Leino
PhD Riikka Väänänen
PhD Juan Hong
PhD Alessandro Franchin
PhD John Backman
PhD Ville Vakkari
PhD Juha Kangasluoma
PhD Hanna Manninen