Our worldwide unique greenhouse gas network has been launched. The network consists of five fully-automated and highly precise FTIR monitoring systems using the sun as light source. It allow us to measure CO2, CH4, CO and NO2 column concentrations throughout the year. The five systems are…
In the ZEIT Wissen magazine 5/18 you can find an interesting interview with Prof. Chen about the research of our group and the air quality in cities:
(so far you have to register for free first to read the whole…
Prof. Chen and our research are featured in Süddeutsche Zeitung.
Detektivarbeit für bessere Luft:http://www.sueddeutsche.de/muenchen/sz-serie-muenchen-forscht-folge-detektivarbeit-fuer-bessere-luft-1.3995648
Prof. Chen and our research are featured in "Faszination Forschung - 150 Jahre TUM":
"Jia Chen is trying to track greenhouse gas emissions such as carbon dioxide and methane. The 36-year-old scientist has developed optical sensing and modeling methods that allow precise detection of…
The majority of anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions originates from cities, therefore monitoring emissions in cities is essential to fight climate change. Munich sets up an ambitious emission reduction goal to cut CO2 emissions by 10% every 5 years and be carbon neutral by 2050.