Sino-French Workshop on Atmospheric Environnement 2019
Sino-European School 04-15 November 2019
Sino-French Workshop on Atmospheric Environnement 2018
Colloque Francophone Combustion et Pollution Atmosphérique 23-26 April
Sino-European School 21-30 November
Orléans, 2-9 Juy 2017
Atmospheric Chemistry Summer School: Fundamentals for Atmospheric Chemistry
GOAL OF THE COURSE
The goal of the course is to familiarize the participants (expected to be Ph.D. or Master students and post-docs) entering the field of atmospheric in the fundamentals that are crucial for practicing atmospheric chemistry research. It is a refresher of the basics of thermodynamics, chemical kinetics, spectroscopy, photochemistry, and heterogeneous chemistry required to work in the areas of air quality, climate change, and ozone layer depletion. It is aimed at the initial survey followed by building on the basics. The applications of these fundamentals will be exemplified with current environmental issues. (A.R. Ravishankara/A. Mellouki)
Sino-French Workshop on Atmospheric Environnement 2016
Participation of MARSU to :
“Brainstorming event” Lyon 6-8 February 2017
Build a joint future – 4 engines for Europe + China (Shanghai)
By this initiative, we do aim to bring together “air quality” scientists that mostly work independently in different regions of Europe, originating from various sub-disciplines (laboratory based research, field experimentations, air quality monitoring, numerical modelling, air quality impact on health, etc…). But also colleagues from various other fields, for instance originating from combustion, chemistry, physics, engineering, and after exhaust devices development (catalysis). Indeed, most of the regions involved have relevant expertise in atmospheric chemistry and catalysis, and these two subset of science rarely meet while still addressing similar issues. We aim at overcoming such shortenings.
As the main outcome of this project, is the preparation of a white paper about research on air pollution in all four major European Regions (Baden-Württemberg (Germany), Catalonia (Spain), Lombardy (Italy) and Auvergne Rhône-Alpes (France)) and the province of Shanghai (China), a logical perspective would be that these regions will grant in full (or partially) the suggested research.
By doing so, we will guarantee a sustained collaborative efforts between all scientists involved, and will be beneficial for the Regions themselves as they will gain a sustained development.