Knowledge leaders KNMI, TNO, SRON and TU Delft, together with a broad array of involved parties, bundle their expertise in the Clear Air Centre of Excellence. Clear Air partners work on a R&D Roadmap for earth observation for climate and air quality, perform strategic studies for governmental organisations and contribute to commercial activities and broad outreach.
The Clear Air Centre of Excellence aims is intended to strengthen the prominent knowledge position of the Netherlands in using satellites to measure emissions and the composition of the atmosphere. More information can be found in the Clear Air white paper.
On Thursday afternoon 12 May, the kick-off of the Clear Air scientific colloquium series will take place at SRON in Leiden.
The Clear Air colloquium series is open to anyone interested in the topics (registration required, please register by sending an email to mailto:secretariaat-ESG-XSG@sron.nl and indicate if you need a parking place).
Preliminary programme for the 1st Clear Air Colloquium:
13:40 It takes two to TANGO, emission quantification at facility scale, Jochen Landgraf, SRON
14:20 Emission monitoring from space, what have we learned from the COVID-19 crisis? Pepijn Veefkind, KNMI/TU-Delft
15:00 — break —
15:20 Country level ammonia emissions monitored worldwide, Enrico Dammers, TNO
16:00 — Drinks —
The visiting address of SRON Leiden can be found here.