The scientific head (a.i.) of the lab of atmospheric chemistry at Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI), Imad El Haddad, received the Schmauss Award 2022 through the Worldwide Aerosol Convention, which passed off in Athens, Greece.
The Schmauss award, which is known as after the physicist and meteorologist August Schmauss, is awarded to acknowledge excellent analysis contributions within the subject of atmospheric aerosol science.
The Lebanese Imad El Haddad was honored with this award for his main contributions to atmospheric aerosol chemistry and its impact on well being and local weather.
His work is principally centered on the influence of human emissions on the composition of the environment as he developed many on-line and offline strategies to characterize the aerosol composition and the sources in environments from the Arctic to China.
He has additionally redefined the atmospheric growing older of complicated emissions by smog chamber experiments at PSI within the CLOUD experiment.
Imad El Haddad holds a Bachelor of Science diploma in chemistry from the School of Science on the College of Saint Joseph (USJ). In 2007, he obtained a Grasp’s diploma in analytical chemistry, reactivity, and modeling from the College of Provence, France.
4 years later, he obtained his Ph.D. in atmospheric chemistry at “Laboratoire Chimie Provence” from the identical college. Presently, he’s the scientific head (a.i.) at Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) in Geneva, Switzerland.
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