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Hartmut Herrmann
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Hartmut Herrmann教授

教育

Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry, 1990, University of Göttingen

工作经历

Postdoc, Institute of Physical Chemistry and Environmental Engineering Science, University of Hannover, 1990 – 1992

Postdoc, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA, USA, 1992 – 1993

Research assistant (C1), Institute of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry at University in Essen, 1993 – 1998

Habilitation, Venia Legendi in Physical Chemistry, 1998

Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry at the University of Leipzig and the Head of the Atmospheric Chemistry Department of the Leibniz‐Institute for Tropospheric Research (TROPOS), 1998-

研究介绍

      自1986年以来,Herrmann教授活跃在大气多相过程研究领域。迄今为止,他总共参与了68个由欧盟,德国政府机构如BMBF和DFG,部门和公司资助的研究项目。截至目前,Herrmann教授基于先进的分析和实验室技术、对气溶胶和云的实地观测数据以及多相建模,发表167篇通过同行审议的论文,13章书籍章节和633篇其它文献。

       Herrmann教授主要致力于三个研究领域:(1)实地测量、分析和过程研究;(2)实验室试验;和(3)多相建模。化学系致力于现场测量、化学分析和过程研究等领域的多个项目。除直接获得资助的项目,还有许多有关颗粒化学分析、微米和纳米颗粒粒子测量与化学组分分析技术的TROPOS内部项目和欧盟合作项目。在实验室工作方面,主要包含两个领域:(1)多相反应和气相反应研究,重点关注微米和纳米颗粒的形成与转化过程。实验室配有多种流管和反应室进行相转化实验。(2)利用光谱和激光技术研究同质水相反应过程。这些研究主要与散布在大气中的颗粒物相关。空气中含有液态水,为化学颗粒反应提供媒介。TROPOS大气化学系与TROPOS模型系紧密合作,开展多相建模工作,用以研究已有模型不能涵盖的化学机理过程。

 

科研与服务经历

1) Board membership:the German PM expert group by DECHEMA, KRdL and GDCh

2) Chair of the working group ‘Atmospheric Chemistry’ of the GDCh

3) Member of the scientific advisory committee of the German KRdL, the German federal commission for clean air (2004‐2012)

4) One of the speakers of the German atmospheric research program AFO2000 (1999‐2005).

教学

       Lecture “Chemistry of the atmosphere – Basics”, University of Leipzig

       Lecture “The tropospheric multiphase system”, University of Leipzig

       Seminar:  Atmospheric Chemistry, University of Leipzig

       Lab Course:  Atmospheric Chemistry, University of Leipzig

       Students individual lab courses, University of Leipzig

获奖情况

       Ph.D. stipend of the Fonds der chemischen Industrie, 1987   

       Scholarship of the Fonds der chemischen Industrie, 1990   

       Postdoc-stipend by NATO/DAAD, 1991/1992   

       French/German Gay-Lussac-Humboldt-Prize, 2009

代表论文

1)  Kahnt, A., Iinuma, Y., Blockhuys, F., Mutzel, A., Vermeylen, R., Kleindienst, T. E., Jaoui, M., Offenberg, J. H., Lewandowski, M., Böge, O., Herrmann, H., Maenhaut, W., Claeys, M., “2-Hydroxyterpenylic acid: An oxygenated marker compound for α-Pinene Secondary Organic Aerosol in ambient fine aerosol”, Environ. Sci. Technol., 48, 4901-4908, 2014.

2)  Liu, H. J., Zhao, C. S., Nekat, B., Ma, N., Wiedensohler, A., van Pinxteren, D., Spindler, G., Müller, K., Herrmann, H., “Aerosol hygroscopicity derived from size-segregated chemical composition and its parameterization in the North China Plain”, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 14, 2525-2539, 2014.

3)  Schöne, L., Schindelka, J., Szeremeta, E., Schaefer, T., Hoffmann, D., Rudzinski, J., Szmigielski, R., Herrmann, H., “Atmospheric aqueous phase radical chemistry of the isoprene oxidation products methacrolein, methyl vinyl ketone, methacrylic acid and acrylic acid - kinetics and product studies”, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., online 4 Feb 2014.

4)  Guo, J., Tilgner, A., Yeung, C. P., Wang, Z., Louie, P. K. K., Luk, C. W. Y., Xu, Z., Yuan, C., Gao, Y., Poon, S., Herrmann, H., Lee, S., Lam, K. S., Wang, T., “Atmospheric peroxides in a polluted subtropical environment: Seasonal variation, sources and sinks, and importance of heterogeneous processes”, Environ. Sci. Technol., 48, 1443-1450, 2014.

5)  Kahnt, A., Iinuma, Y., Mutzel, A., Böge, O., Claeys, M., Herrmann, H., “Campholenic aldehyde ozonolysis: A mechanism leading to specific biogenic secondary organic aerosol constituents”, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 14, 719-736, 2014.

6)  Berndt, T., Voigtländer, J., Stratmann, F., Junninen, H., Mauldin III, R. L., Sipilä, M., Kulmala, M., Herrmann, H., “Competing atmospheric reactions of CH2OO with SO2 and water vapour”, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 16, 19130-19136, 2014.

7)  Tilgner, A., Schöne, L., Bräuer, P., van Pinxteren, D., Hoffmann, E., Spindler, G., Styler, S. A., Mertes, S., Birmili,  W., Otto, R., Merkel, M., Weinhold, K., Wiedensohler, A., Deneke, H., Schrödner, R., Wolke, R., Schneider, J., Haunold, W., Engel, A., Wéber, A., Herrmann, H., “Comprehensive assessment of meteorological conditions and airflow connectivity during HCCT-2010”, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 14, 9105-9128, 2014.

8)  Teich, M., van Pinxteren, D., Herrmann, H., “Determination of nitrophenolic compounds from atmospheric particles using hollow-fiber liquid-phase microextraction and capillary electrophoresis/mass spectrometry analysis”, Electrophoresis, 35, 1353-1361, 2014.

9)  Berndt, T., Jokinen, T., Sipilä, M., Mauldin III, R. L., Herrmann, H., Stratmann, F., Junninen, H., Kulmala,  M., “H2SO4 formation from the gas-phase reaction of stabilized Criegee Intermediates with SO2: Influence of water vapour content and temperature”, Atmos. Environ., 89, 603-612, 2014.

10)   Harris, E., Sinha, B., van Pinxteren, D., Schneider, J., Poulain, L., Collett, J., D´Anna, B., Fahlbusch, B., Foley, S., Fomba, K. W., George, C., Gnauk, T., Henning, S., Lee, T., Mertes, S., Roth, A., Stratmann, F., Borrmann, S., Hoppe, P., Herrmann, H., “In-cloud sulfate addition to single particles resolved with sulfur isotope analysis during HCCT-2010”, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 14, 4219-4235, 2014.

11)   Henning, S., Dieckmann, K., Ignatius, K., Schäfer, M., Zedler, P., Harris, E., Sinha, B., van Pinxteren, D., Mertes, S., Birmili,  W., Merkel, M., Wu, Z., Wiedensohler, A., Wex, H., Herrmann, H., Stratmann, F., “Influence of cloud processing on CCN activation behavior in the Thuringian Forest, Germany during HCCT-2010”, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 14, 7859-7868, 2014.

12)   Schöne, L., Herrmann, H., “Kinetic measurements of the reactivity of hydrogen peroxide and ozone towards small atmospherically relevant aldehydes, ketones and organic acids in aqueous solutions”, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 14, 4503-4514, 2014.

13)   Fomba, K. W., Müller, K., van Pinxteren, D., Poulain, L., van Pinxteren, M., Herrmann, H., “Long-term chemical characterization of tropical and marine aerosols at the Cape Verde Atmospheric Observatory (CVAO) from 2007 to 2011”, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 14, 8883-8904, 2014.

14)   Niedermeier, N., Held, A., Müller, T., Heinold, B., Schepanski, K., Tegen, I., Kandler, K., Ebert, M., Weinbruch, S., Read, K., Lee, J., Fomba, K. W., Müller, K., Herrmann, H., Wiedensohler, A., “Mass deposition fluxes of Saharan mineral dust to the tropical northeast Atlantic Ocean: An intercomparison of methods”, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 14, 2245-2266, 2014.

15)   Weller, C., Tilgner, A., Bräuer, P., Herrmann, H., “Modeling the impact of iron-carboxylate photochemistry on radical budget and carboxylate degradation in cloud droplets and particles”, Environ. Sci. Technol., 48, 5652-5659, 2014.

16)   van Pinxteren, D., Neusüß, C., Herrmann, H., “On the abundance and source contributions of dicarboxylic acids in size-resolved aerosol particles at continental sites in Central Europe”, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 14, 3913-3928,2014.

17)   Fomba, K. W., Müller, K., van Pinxteren, D., Herrmann, H., Aerosol size-resolved trace metal composition in remote northern tropical Atlantic marine environment: Case study Cape Verde Islands, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 13, 4801-4814, 2013.

18)   Mutzel, A., Rodigast, M., Iinuma, Y., Böge, O., Herrmann, H., “An improved method for the quantification of SOA bound peroxides (Technical note)”, Atmos. Environ., 67, 365-369, 2013.

19)   Scheinhardt, S., Müller, K., Spindler, G., Herrmann, H., “Complexation of trace metals in size-segregated aerosol particles at nine sites in Germany”, Atmos. Environ., 74, 102-109, 2013.

20)   Scheinhardt, S., Spindler, G., Leise, S., Müller, K., Iinuma, Y., Zimmermann, F., Matschullat, J., Herrmann, H., “Comprehensive chemical characterisation of size-segregated PM10 in Dresden and estimation of changes due to global warming”, Atmos. Environ., 75, 365-373, 2013.

21)   Weller, C., Horn, S., Herrmann, H., “Effects of Fe(III)-concentration, speciation, excitation-wavelength and light intensity on the quantum yield of iron(III)-oxalato complex photolysis”, J. Photoch. Photobio. A, 255, 41-49, 2013.

22)   Harris, E., Sinha, B., van Pinxteren, D., Tilgner, A., Fomba, W., Schneider, J., Roth, A., Gnauk, T., Fahlbusch, B., Mertes, S., Lee, T., Collett, J., Foley, S., Borrmann, S., Hoppe, P., Herrmann, H., “Enhanced role of transition metal ion catalysis during in-cloud oxidation of SO2”, Science, 340, 727-730

23)   Mouchel-Vallon, C., Bräuer, P., Camredon, M., Valorso, R., Madronich, S., Herrmann, H., Aumont, B., “Explicit modeling of volatile organic compounds partitioning in the atmospheric aqueous phase”, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 13, 1023-1037, 2013.

24)   Wang, W., Iinuma, Y., Kahnt, A., Ryabtsova, O., Mutzel, A., Vermeylen, R., van der Veken, P., Maenhaut, W., Herrmann, H., Claeys, M., “Formation of secondary organic aerosol tracers from the photooxidation of isoprene and isoprene-derived alkene diols under low-NOx conditions”, Faraday Discuss., 165, 261-272, 2013.

25)   Böge, O., Mutzel, A., Iinuma, Y., Yli-Pirilä, P., Kahnt, A., Joutsensaari, J., Herrmann, H., “Gas-phase products and secondary organic aerosol formation from the ozonolysis and photooxidation of myrcene”, Atmos. Environ., 79, 553-560, 2013.

26)   van Pinxteren, M., Herrmann, H., “Glyoxal and methylglyoxal in Atlantic seawater and marine aerosol particles: Method development and first application during the Polarstern cruise ANT XXVII/4”, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 13, 11791–11802, 2013.

27)   Spindler, G., Gnauk, T., Grüner, A., Herrmann, H., et al., "Size-segregated characterization of PM10 at the EMEP site Melpitz (Germany) using a five-stage impactor: A six year study", Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry, 127-157, 69, 2012.

28)   Monge, M. E., Rosenorn, T., Favez, O., Herrmann, H., et al., "Alternative pathway for atmospheric particles growth", Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), 6840-6844, 109, 2012.

29)   Kristensen, T. B., Wex, H., Nekat, B., Herrmann, H., et al., "Hygroscopic growth and CCN activity of HULIS from different environments", Journal of Geophysical Research (D), doi:10.1029/2012JD018249, 117, 2012.

30)   Dupart, Y., King, S. M., Nekat, B., Herrmann, H., et al., "Mineral dust photochemistry induces nucleation events in the presence of SO2", Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), 20842-20847, 109, 2012.

31)   Guo, J., Tilgner, A., Yeung, C. P., Herrmann, H., et al., "Atmospheric peroxides in a polluted subtropical environment: Seasonal variation, sources and sinks, and importance of heterogeneous processes", Environmental Science & Technology, 1443-1450, 48, 2014.

 

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