Kamal Raj R
Second-year Ph.D. student at Atmospheric Research Group, ATMOS, headed by Prof. Nønne Prisle, part of Nano and Molecular Systems Research Unit. Through his research, Kamal is trying to study the surface properties of atmospherically relevant aerosols that determine how they interact with one another and the surrounding water Moisture. Among other things, the surface chemistry of aerosols affects how clouds form, where they form, how long they stay in the atmosphere, how much sunlight is reflected back or trapped. So better understanding of what happens at their surface gives us insight into how aerosols affect the global climate. Along with his group, Kamal carries out experiments at different synchrotron facilities across the globe like MAX IV synchrotron facility, BESSY II, and UVSOR III to further our understanding of atmospheric aerosol systems.
- Atmospheric Science
- Material Science
- Climate Change
- Doctoral student, ATMOS - Atmospheric Research Group
MAX IV Synchrotron facility– 25.11.2018 to 24.12.2018