The department of applied mathematics serves as a national center for research in atmospheric sciences. Among the areas of focus are development of pollutant transport and dispersion models and statistical methods for analysis of the atmospheric boundary layer. These are complemented by a rich experience in planning and analyzing field campaigns as well as a new environmental wind tunnel research facility.
Atmospheric aerosols play a major role in environmental science as they affect the climate directly, through the scattering and absorption of sunlight, and indirectly, by functioning as seeds for cloud formation.
Extensive and sophisticated field campaigns are conducted in a variety of scenarios ranging from large open and urban areas, down to small confined spaces with the following objectives:
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