Daria Martin, Schering Stiftung Projektraum


Lecture Program on Aerosol Research

In January and February 2010 the Ernst Schering Foundation organized a scientific lecture program on aerosol research. The lectures were given by renowned scientists in the context of the exhibition "Cloud Core Scanner – IN THE TROPOSPHERE LAB” by Agnes Meyer-Brandis, which is presented in the Ernst Schering Foundation from January, 15 until February, 27. For further information on the exhibition please click here.

With the lectures and the exhibition the Ernst Schering Foundation once again supported the dialogue between contemporary art and science. The lecture program addressed mainly the interested public. All lectures were held in German.


January 20, 2010
Aerosols and Cloud Formation
Dr. Frank Stratmann, Group Leader Clouds, Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research, Leipzig

 Lecture of Frank Stratmann

January 28, 2010
Atmospheric Aerosol Particles
PD Dr. Martin Ebert, Environmental Mineralogy, Institute of Applied Geosciences, Technical University of Darmstadt

 Lecture of Martin Ebert

February 18, 2010
The Influence of Aerosols on Climate Change
Dr. Johannes Quaas, Head of Junior Research Group Cloud-Climate Interactions, Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg

 Lecture of Johannes Quaas

February 25, 2010
Cosmic “Aerosols” and Planet Formation
Prof. Dr. Jürgen Blum, Head of Research Group Planet Formation, Institute for Geophysics and Extraterrestrial Physics, Technical University of Braunschweig

 Lecture of Jürgen Blum


Ernst Schering Foundation, Unter den Linden 32-34, 10117 Berlin

Photos:  Roman März, (c) Agnes Meyer-Brandis, VG Bild-Kunst Bonn 2010









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