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Post-Doc Researcher

Eleni Marinou graduated from the Applied Physics at the Applied Sciences Department of the National Technical University of Athens in 2010. She received her M.Sc. in the field of “Environmental Physics” from the Physics Department of the Kapodistrian University of Athens (2013). She acquired her PhD diploma on the study of the vertical distribution of desert dust and condensation nuclei over the Mediterranean from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (2017). She has been contacting research at the IAASARS Institute of the National Observatory of Athens since 2010, focusing on the retrieval of atmospheric parameters using passive and active remote sensing techniques. Her main interest is on atmospheric aerosol and cloud properties and interactions. She has been working mostly on research related to the properties of mineral dust, its climatic role and its impact on cloud formation, retrieving properties of aerosols (from active and passive remote sensing methods) and validation of space-borne atmospheric products using ground-based lidar and sun-photometric techniques. As a researcher she has participated in 9 international and national projects and 7 experimental campaigns related to aerosol and cloud processes. She has 32 publications in peer review journals (h-index=14 source: Web of Science) and more than 87 presentations in scientific conferences.

About Us

ReACT stands for “Remote sensing of Aerosols, Clouds and Trace gases”, to describe the research focus of the respective research team led by Dr. Vassilis Amiridis. ReACT consists of highly motivated scientists within the field of Atmospheric Sciences, combining a number of Post-doc researchers, Ph.D. and M.Sc. students as well as other research and technical staff, using the resources, infrastructure and experience of the Institute for Astronomy, Astrophysics, Space Applications and Remote Sensing (IAASARS).

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