AS Atmospheric Sciences
The 2009 Young Scientist Outstanding Poster Paper (YSOPP) Award is awarded to Hang Su for the poster/PICO entitled:
Cloud parcel modeling of CCN activation in megacity air based on observations from Beijing (Su, H.; Reutter, P.; Trentmann, J.; Rose, D.; Gunthe, S.; Simmel, M.; Nowak, A.; Achtert, P.; Cheng, Y.F.; Wiedensohler, A.; Hu, M.; Shao, M.; Zhu, T.; Zhang, Y.H.; Pöschl U.)
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Hang Su is a postdoctor at the Max Planck Institute for Chemistry, Department of Biogeochemistry. He got his PhD from the Peking University, where he performed budge studies of atmospheric nitrous acid and proposed photo-enhanced mechanisms producing HONO. He is now focusing on the coupling of field measurements and numerical modeling results. The main interest is the response of cloud characteristics and precipitation processes to increasing anthropogenic aerosols.