Innovative Perspectives on Ambient Air Quality

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Environmental and Public Health Protection
Weather & Environment

Welcome to the first part of the Vaisala’s air quality webinar series. The first webinar on April 15th is an introduction to two key themes of ambient air quality theory.

The first theme by Prof. Tuukka Petäjä from Helsinki University covers the importance of continuous and comprehensive observations to gain insights into atmospheric aerosols, air quality, and climate change.

The second theme is presented by Assoc. Prof. Topi Rönkkö from Tampere University and it focuses on characteristics and formation of particle emissions from traffic and on the role of traffic emissions in the urban atmosphere.

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Tuukka Petäjä

Prof., Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research INAR / Physics, University of Helsinki, Finland

Prof. Tuukka Petäjä has almost 20 years of research experience related to atmospheric sciences. He leads the experimental aerosol group. He has received FAAR Award in excellent aerosol science.

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Topi Rönkkö

Associate Prof., Aerosol Physics Laboratory, Tampere University, Finland

Associate Professor Topi Rönkkö from Tampere University has expertise in particle emissions and air quality, especially in particle emissions of traffic.