Nuclear Physics

Lund University

Erik Swietlicki

Erik Swietlicki is a leading scientist within the Aerosol Group at the Division of Nuclear Physics at Lund University. He has more than 25 years of experience in atmospheric aerosol science. 
He is co-author of more than 120 peer-reviewed articles dealing with various aspects related to atmospheric aerosols (measurement technology, emissions, particle formation, transformation and dynamics, particle hygroscopic growth and aerosol-cloud interactions, long-range transport, source-receptor relationships, particle deposition in the human respiratory tract, population exposure). He has participated in 8 EU-projects.

He served as President of the European Aerosol Assembly (2004-2006), which is an association of all European national aerosol societies and the organization behind the European Aerosol Conferences, and as President of the Nordic Society for Aerosol Research (2000-2004).

He is currently Managing Director of the Consortium for Aerosol Science and Technology at Lund University, and Deputy coordinator for the Swedish Strategic Research Area MERGE (ModElling the Regional and Global Earth system, 2010-2019.

Current and selected recent research projects 

Swedish Research Council (VR): Strategic Research Area MERGE (ModElling the Regional and Global Earth system; 2010-2019)

Swedish Research Council (VR): “Aerosol-Cloud-Climate Interactions (2008-2010)”

Swedish Research Council (VR): (4.5 MSEK, 2007) “Equipment for research on aerosols and their effects on climate and human health“

Swedish FORMAS: “Atmospheric production and gas-particle partitioning of secondary organic aerosols” (2010-2012)

Swedish FORMAS: “Health effects of fine aerosol particles - A methodology for respiratory dose measurements and modelling in outdoor air” (2008-2010)

EU FP7: Infrastructure Project ACTRIS (Aerosols, Clouds, and Trace gases Research Infra-structure Network, 2011-2015);

EU FP7: PEGASOS (Pan-European gas-aerosols-climate interactions study, 2011-2014);

EU FP6: Integrated Project EUCAARI (European Integrated project on Aerosol Cloud Climate and Air Quality interaction, Workpackage Leader, 2007-2010)

EU FP6: Integrated Infrastructure Initiative EUSAAR (European Super-sites for Atmospheric Aerosol Research, 2006-2011)

EU FP5: LBA-SMOCC (Smoke aerosols, clouds, rainfall and climate: Aerosols from biomass burning perturb global and regional climate), Workpackage Leader

Nordforsk: Nordic Top-level Research Initiatives and Nordic Center of Excellence “Cryosphere”: CRAICC: “Cryosphere-Atmosphere Interactions in a Changing Arctic Climate”;

Nordic Council of Minsters: “ASCOS - The IPY Arctic Summer Cloud Ocean Study”, 2007-2011;

NOS-N: “Nordic Centre of Excellence BACCI, Biosphere - Aerosol - Cloud - Climate Interactions”, ended Dec 2007

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