Séminaires organisés dans le cadre du Labex CaPPA

Le labex soutient la venue de scientifiques étrangers pour des séjours allant de une semaine à un mois.


Igor Veselovskiy
Physics Instrumentation Center of General Physics Institute, Troitsk, Moscow, Russia
Titre : Profiling of smoke particles in the vicinity of tropopause with Mie-Raman-Fluorescence lidar
LOA – Bibliothèque (salle 336) –  Jeudi 10 juillet à 10h30
Contact: Yevgeny Derimian.

Ionut Topala
Iasi Plasma Advanced Research Center (IPARC), Alexandru Ioan Cuza University, Iasi, Roumanie
Titre : Carbonaceous particles produced by atmospheric pressure plasma
CERLA – Amphithéâtre Pierre Glorieux –  Mercredi 16 juin à 14h30
Contact: Cristian Focsa.

Abstract : Carbonaceous particles


  • Ralph Zimmermann
    Institut Helmotz, Complex Molecular Systems in Environmental Health – Munich
    Titre : Aerosols and Health : Accessing chelical composition and the toxicity of fine  of fine ambient particulate matter
    CERLA – Amphithéâtre Pierre Glorieux – Mercredi 16 Septembre 16h00
    Contact: Cristian Focsa.


  • Fengshan LIU
    National Research Council, Ottawa, Canada
    WP5 : Détermination pertes particules dans lignes d’échappement
    PC2A / 1 mois
    Contact: Pascale Desgroux.
  • Keding LU
    State Key Joint Laboratory of Environmental Simulation and Pollution Control, Peking University, Beijing, China
    WP 1 et 2 : High sensitivity optical instrumentation and Atmospheric radical chemistry
    LPCA / Avril-Mai / 14 jours
    Séminaire + cours M2AE
    Contact: Weidong CHEN
  • Marcelo de PAULA CORREA
    FederalUniversity of Itajuba,Brasil
    WP4 : Mesures UV (radiomètre et spectroradiomètre) couche nuageuse & skyimager ; mesure indice UV en lien avec exposition individuelle et conditions météorologiques.
    LOA / juin / 1 mois
    Contact: Fanny Minvielle.
  • Alexander PUD
    Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry and Petrochemistry, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
    Microcapteurs électroniques détection COV et amines ; projet de réaliser un nez électronique miniature ; qualité de l’air.
    SAGE / Juin / 1 mois
    Contact: Jean-Luc Wojkiewicz
  • Elena MATERS
    University of Leeds, Institute for Climate and Atmospheric Science (ICAS)
    WP2 et WP5, vieillissement de poussières volcaniques avec SO2, NOx et O3 ; Impact sur propriétés hygroscopiques
    SAGE / Juin / 1 mois
    Contact: Emmanouil Romanias
    Tirthankar BANERJEE
    Banaras Hindu University, India
    WP2 :  Characterization of biomass burning particles over the Indo-Gangetic Plain by SEM-EDX and implication on their optical properties
    LPCA / Juin / 1 mois
    Contact: Karine Deboudt
  • Michel ROSSI
    PSI, Vellingen, Suisse
    WP 2 et 5 : Réactivité du glyoxal avec des poussières minérales en utilisant le réacteur Knudsen
    SAGE / Juillet / 15 jours
    Contact: Frédéric Thévenet
    Université de Crète, Grèce
    WP1 : Réactivité des produits de la combustion de biomasse avec oxydants
    SAGE / Juillet / 1 mois
    Contact: Emmanouil Romanias
  • Christopher BENNETT
    University of Central Florida
    WP5 : Surface chemical analysis of soot particles (organic matter)
    PhLAM / Juillet / 1 mois
    Contact: Claire PIRIM
  • Fabienne REISEN
    Aérosols feux de biomasse (BC, BrC, sulfates) ; ANR MaBCAM ; Campagne de mesure en Australie.
    LOA-LPCA / Sept. -> Nov. 2019 / 3 mois
    Contact: Suzanne Crumeyrolle (LOA), Weidong Chen (LPCA).
    Physics Instrumentation Center, Troitsk, Russie
    WP3 : Publication en lien avec une campagne de mesures en Chine, évolution du lidar LILAS et expérience Méthane II
    LOA / Septembre (1 mois) et Décembre (1 mois)
    Séminaire + cours M2AE
    Contact: Philippe GOLOUB


  • Fengshan LIU
    Black Carbon Metrology, Metrology Research Centre,
    National Research Council, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1A 0R6

    The optical properties of black carbon particles and measurements of black carbon mass concentrations using optical methods
    3rd December 2018
  • Yoshizumi Kajii
    Kyoto University, Japan
    MSc Atmospheric Environment courses
    19th November 2018
    21th November 2018
  • Duy Quang Dao
    Duy Tan University, Da Nang, Vietnam
    Free Radical Scavenging Activity of Natural-based Terpene Compounds: A Computational Point of View
    27th September 2018
  • Daren CHEN
    Virginia Commonwealth University, USA
    Miniaturization of Electrical Mobility Particle Sizer for Fine and Ultrafine Particle Monitoring
    13th July 2018
  • Vassileios C. Papadimitriou
    Laboratory of Photochemistry and Kinetics (LAPKIN), University of Crete (Greece)
    Institut coopératif de recherche en sciences de l’atmosphère (CIRES-NOAA Colorado)
    Physical Chemistry : A Key Tool on Understanding Environmental Processes, Air-Quality Issues and Climate
    12th July 2018
  • Florentina Villanueva
    University of Castilla-La Mancha, Institute for Combustion and Atmospheric Pollution, Ciudad Real (Spain)
    Heterogeneous reactivity of soot generated in the combustion of different fuels and accurate quantification of polycyclic aromatic compounds adsorbed on soot samples
    10th July 2018
  • Alex Kostinski
    Michigan Technological University, USA
    Terrestrial glints seen from deep space: cloud ice crystals detected from the 1st Lagrangian point
    28th May 2018
  • Igor Veselovskii
    Physics Instrumentation Center, Troitsk (Russia)
    Potential of multiwavelength lidar for the analysis of aerosol mixtures
    23rd May 2018


  • Cecilia ARSENE
    University of Iasi (Romania)
    North-eastern Romanian trademark achievements in the atmospheric chemistry field. State of the art and challenges
    13th July 2017
  • Sarah STYLER
    Styler Research Group, part of the Department of Chemistry at the University of Alberta
    Dirty Cities and Dusty Skies:  Photochemical Production of Singlet Oxygen by Illuminated Road Sediment
    13th July 2017
  • Paul O. WENNBERG
    California Institute of Technology (Caltech)
    Ozone formation and the challenge of air quality management in California within the context of global change.
    30th May 2017
    Department of Atmospheric Sciences, University of Utah, USA
    Are the shapes of clouds impossibly complex or fundamentally simple ?
    27th April 2017
  • Mian CHIN
    NASA, Goddard Space Flight Center, USA
    Multidecadal variations of solar radiation reaching the surface – what is the role of aerosols ?
    29th March 2017
    Finnish Meteorological Institute, Helsinki
    Light absorbing impurities in the Arctic cryosphere
    26th January 2017
  • Jérôme YON
    Complexe de recherche interprofessionnel en aérothermochimie (CORIA)
    Rouen, France

    On the advantage of coupling different diagnostics for a more complete characterization of soot particles
    12th January 2017


    Physics Instrumentation Center of General Physics Institute, Troitsk, Moscow region, Russia
    Goddard Space Flight Center, NASA, USA

    Dust and mixed phase clouds profiling with multiwavelength lidar during SHADOW-2 campaign
    6th december 2016
  • Geoff TYNDALL
    National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), Boulder, CO, USA
    Recent Studies on Atmospheric Chemistry and Composition at the National Center for Atmospheric Research
    24th november 2016
  • Yoshizumi KAJII
    Atmospheric Chemistry, Department of Natural Resources, Kyoto University, Japan
    HOx radical chemistry in the air
    21st october 2016
  • Alexander KOSTINSKI
    Department of Physics, Michigan Technological University, USA
    Shape-induced gravitational sorting of transatlantic dust
    30th may 2016
    Department of Microelectronics Institute of Nuclear Physics, Moscow State University, Russia
    Smoke of Siberian biomass in a large aerosol chamber
    1st april 2016
  • Erik THOMSON
    Department of Chemistry and Molecular Biology Atmospheric Science, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
    Nucleation in the atmosphere, the limits of classical interpretations
    9th february 2016


  • Jérôme BRIOUDE
    LACY, La réunion, France
    University of Colorado, USA
    Mission, transport and impact of marine aerosols on climate: The AEROMARINE project.
    4th december 2015
    Department of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry Faculty of Natural Sciences, University Comenius Bratislava, Slovakia
    Theoretical studies of iodine-containing species: applications to atmospheric chemistry and nuclear safety
    22nd september 2015
  • Romeo OLARIU
    Faculty of chemistry, analytical chemistry laboratory, Iasi University, Romania
    Gas-phase absorption cross sections of selected aromatic hydrocarbons in the IR spectral ranges obtained in the newly Environmental Simulation Chamber – ESC-QUAIC from CERNESIM
    17th july 2015
  • Tomasz GIERCZAK
    Chemistry Department, University of Varsow, Poland
    Acyloxyhydroperoxy aldehydes as possible nucleation agents in the secondary organic aerosol (SOA) formation
    26th june 2015
  • Lieven CLARISSE
    Service Chimie Quantique et Photophysique – Département de Chimie, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
    High resolution infrared satellite measurements of aerosols
    11th june 2015
  • Shoji ISHIZAKA
    Department of Chemistry, Graduate School of Science, Hiroshima University, Japan
    Laser trapping and spectroscopy of single water droplets in air
    31st march 2015
  • Manuel RUIZ-LOPEZ
    SRSMC, université de Lorraine, France
    Computer simulations of chemical processes at the air-water interface and atmospheric implications
    26th february 2015
    Department of Chemistry and Environmental Research Institute, University College Cork, Ireland
    Light in the atmosphere: Bringing new approaches to the study of gas absorption and the optical properties of particles
    11th february 2015
  • Bill BLOSS
    Deputy Head of School School of Geography, Earth & Environmental Sciences, University of Birmingham, UK
    Biogenic Hydrocarbon Emissions and Criegee Intermediates: New Atmospheric Chemistry of Trees and Ozone
    6th feburary 2015
  • Pr. CHUL UN RO
    Inha University, South Korea
    Combined use of single particle analytical techniques for characterization of atmospheric aerosol particles
    20th january 2015


  • Jérome BRIOUDE
    LACY, La réunion, France
    CIRES, University of Colorado, USA

    Marine emissions and aerosol-cloud interactions in the Indin Ocean basin
    16th september 2014
    Combustion Research Facility, Sandia National Laboratory, USA
    Working inside the box
    15th july 2014
  • D. HEARD
    School of Chemistry, university of Leeds, UK
    Laser-based field measurements of OH, HO2 and RO2 radicals in the atmosphere, and comparisons with models
    1st july 2014
    CEQUINOR (UNLP-CONICET), Departamento de Química, Facultad de Ciencias Exactas, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina
    Matrix Isolation Spectroscopy: Fundamentals and Applications
    26th june 2014
    Dep. of Geosciences, University of Fribourg, Switzerland
    Mineral aerosol : Origin, transport and impact on the environment
    11th june 2014
    IRCELYON, Institut de recherches sur la catalyse et l’environnement de Lyon, UMR 5256 CNRS – Université Lyon 1, France
    Processus photochimiques à l’interface air-mer : formation des composés organiques volatils et des particules
    3rd june 2014
    Michigan Technological University, USA
    Minimum principles in electromagnetic scattering by small aspherical aerosols
    2nd june 2014
    Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA, USA
    Heterogeneous chemistry and photocatalysis in the built environment
    16th may 2014
    COmplexe de Recherche Interprofessionnel en Aérothermochimie (CORIA), UMR CNRS 6614 Université de Rouen INSA, France
    Caractérisation 3D de particules par Imagerie Interférométrique de Fourier (FII) : Principe, Simulations Numériques et Validations Expérimentales
    15th january 2014


    Physics Instrumentation Center, General Physics Institute, Troitsk, Moscow Region, Russia
    Characterization of vertical distribution of particle properties with multiwavelength Raman lidar
    4th december 2013
    Dept of Chemistry and Molecular Biology, Atmospheric Science, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
    A molecular perspective on gas-aerosol interactions in the atmosphere
    3rd december 2013
    Institute of Physical Chemistry, Christian-Albrechts, University Kiel, Germany
    Ocean Surface Chemistry & Reaction Kinetics
    18th november 2013
  • Henrik BLADH
    Division of Combustion Physics, Department of Physics, Lund University, Sweden
    Soot from Combustion: What is it and how can it be measured ?
    11th october 2013
  • Rosana Mariel ROMANO
    CEQUINOR (UNLP-CONICET), Departamento de Química, Facultad de Ciencias Exactas, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina
    Photoionization and photo-fragmentation studies using synchrotron radiation
    20th september 2013
    Clarendon Laboratory, University of Oxford, UK
    Structural and parametric uncertainty in aerosol models
    1st july 2013
    Michigan Technological University, USA
    Freezing of Supercooled Water in Clouds
    7th june 2013
  • Anton SOKOLOV
    Laboratoire de Physico-Chimie de l’Atmosphère, Université du Littoral Côte d’Opale, Dunkerque, France
    Modélisation de la dynamique locale dunkerquoise par MESO-NH et ses études actuelles : l’Analyse des Clusters des rétrotrajectoires
    14th march 2013
  • Olaf STETZER
    Institute for Atmospheric and Climate Science, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
    Measurements of Ice Nucleation in different modes in the lab and the field
    14th february 2013

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