Martin Fierz

Professor for Physics, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland, Windisch, Switzerland

Barbara Hoffmann

Professor for Environmental Medicine at the Heinrich-Heine-University, Düsseldorf, Germany

Gordon McFiggans

Professor of Multiphase Procedures at the University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kindom

Preliminary title: Surface active organic aerosol: experiments, models, and atmospheric impact.

Nønne Prisle

Associate professor, University of Oulu. Head of Atmospheric Research (ATMOS) Group, Oulu, Finland

Nønne Prisle leads the Atmospheric Research (ATMOS) group at University of Oulu, Finland. She is an Academy of Finland Research Fellow and currently PI of research projects funded by the European Research Council, Academy of Finland, and the Tiina and Antti Herlin foundation. Spearheaded by three complementary research teams specialized in novel synchrotron radiation based imaging and spectroscopic methods for aerosol characterization, quantum chemistry, classical thermodynamics, and atmospheric modeling, and artificial intelligence and machine learning, her research group focuses on unravelling properties of atmospheric aerosols from the molecular level to their global impacts, with a keen eye on the elusive role of surface active organics in atmospheric water.

Prof. Prisle obtained her B.Sc. in theoretical physics from University of Southern Denmark (2004), Ph.D. in chemistry from University of Copenhagen (2009), and has been a postdoctoral fellow at Finnish Meteorological Institute, Helsinki University’s Division of Atmospheric Science (now INAR), and Georgia Institute of Technology. She is vice chair of the board of Finnish Synchrotron Users Organization (FSRUO), board member of the Finnish Association for Aerosol Research (FAAR) and spokesperson for atmospheric research at the Finnish-Estonian Beamline for Atmospheric and Materials Science (FinEstBeAMS) at the MAX IV synchrotron facility. She is a speaker of TEDxOulu – Arctic Matters (2020), keynote presenter at the Symposium for Climate Change and World Peace at the air Guitar World Championship (2019), and co-contributor to the graphic novel “Little Things” about her research.

Aneta Wierzbicka

Senior Lecturer and Associate Professor at the Division of Ergonomics and Aerosol Technology, Lund University, Sweden

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