Dr. Alkiviadis Bais was born in 1957 in Ioannina, Greece, graduated from the Physics Department of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH) in 1981 and received his PhD in 1985. He is currently Professor and head of the Laboratory of Atmospheric Physics (LAP) in the Physics Department of AUTH. Since 1987 he is giving courses in various topics related to Atmospheric Physics in the undergraduate program of the Physics Department of AUTH and since 1993 in the Graduate Program of Environmental Physics of AUTH. Since 2002 he is the director of this graduate program. He is involved in scientific research for more than 25 years. His research activities are focused on UV radiation and ozone research, global change and environmental physics. He took part in most of the major UV-related European experimental campaigns, and is actively involved in quality control of solar UV spectral and broadband measurements, as well as on technological advancements of spectral UV measurements conducted by the spectroradiometers of LAP. He is member of the Instrumentation workgroup of the WMO UV Scientific Advisory Group, and participated in the preparation of international scientific assessments, either as co-author or as lead author (WMO ozone assessment 2006). He was coordinator of the EC funded projects SUSPEN and QASUME, activity leader in the integrated SCOUT-O3 and principal investigator in the EC funded projects SUVDAMA, EDUCE and ADMIRA, and in several national projects. In addition he has been actively involved as researcher in many other international and national projects. He has published about 120 peer reviewed papers, and more than about 100 presentations in international conferences. These papers have received more than 1200 citations from other authors. email:email@example.com download
Dr D. Balis is an Assistant Professor at LAP-AUTH since 2000. His main academic and professional qualifications include:
·Remote sensing measurements of the atmospheric composition using the lidar technique
·Diffusion and dispersion of air pollutants in the boundary layer
·Studies of the tropospheric and stratospheric ozone layer.
·Optical and microphysical properties of aerosols
·Studies of the UV radiation transfer in the atmosphere
He has participated in several national, European and international projects. He has more than 90 publications in peer-reviewed scientific journals and more than 1000 third party citations.
Born in Thessaloniki; BSc Degree from the Physics Dept., University of Ioannina (1985); PhD in Physics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (1994). After her PhD she worked as researcher at the Laboratory of Atmospheric Physics. As visiting and a post doc researcher she worked at a number of Universities and Research Institutes in Europe and the USA (School of Meteorology, FU-Berlin, Germany (1994), NCAR, USA (1995), Meteorology Department of Reading University, UK (1999), Institute of Marine and Atmospheric Research (IMAOU) of Utrecht University and KNMI, The Netherlands (1999 – 2001)) Since is currently Assistant Professor at the Laboratory of Atmospheric Physics.
Areas of Scientific Research: Atmospheric Physics and Global Change; Large scale atmospheric circulation; Natural and anthropogenic variability of the ozone layer and related effects on atmospheric circulation, climate and Ultraviolet radiation; Solar activity variations and related atmospheric and climatic effects; Surface solar radiation variability and future projections
She was born in Thessaloniki in 1977. She graduated from the Department of Physics & Astronomy, University College London, London, with a combined Bachelors and Basters degree (M.Sci.) in Physics in 1999. During her doctorate studies, in the Department of Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics of the University of Oxford, she analysed remote sensing satellite measurements of the atmosphere of Venus. After she acquired her doctoral degree in early 2003, she moved to the Institute of Astrophysics of Andalucia in Granada, Spain where she worked as a post-doctoral researcher analysing remote sensing measurements from the Envisat/ESA satellite. From January 2005, she was incorporated as a post-doctoral researcher in the Laboratory of Atmospheric Physics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki where she focuses on the study of atmospheric aerosol concentration and composition over Northern Greece resulting from the treatment and analysis of satellite data. email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr M. Taylor is an applied mathematician with over 12 years of postdoctoral experience in the fields of atmospheric physics and chemistry, space weather, astronomy and astrophysics in the UK, Spain and Greece. He is currently constructing neural network models and providing data analysis support for the development of ozone datasets in climate studies.
I was born in Thessaloniki in 29/01/1982. In 1999, via the precursory examination system, I was accepted as a student to the Physics department of A.U.Th., from which I graduated in 2003. During the years 2003-2005 I attended the master of Atmospheric Physics, of the same department. Since November 2005, Ι have been assigned with the Ph.D. disquisition: The climatology of the Sun Ultraviolet Radiation at the region of East Mediterranean. email:email@example.com
I was born in Thermi, Thessaloniki in 1971. I got BA in Physics at the University of Thessaloniki in 1994 and Master Degree in Environmental and Atmospheric Physics in 1996. Since 1998, I am a PhD student and I am working with radiative transfer models of UV radiation in Earth’s atmosphere and comparison with measurements. I am married and I have got one child. email:firstname.lastname@example.org download