Guest Scientists

  • Dr. Lászlo Horváth (Budapest, Institute for Physics of the Atmosphere), September - October 1995
  • Dr. Donatas Perkauskas (Vilnius, Academy of Sciences), September - October 1995
  • Dr. Alexej Rayboshapko (Moscow, Institute for Global Ecology and Climate), May 1996
  • Prof. Zhongxiang Hong (Beijing, Academia Sinica, Institute for Physics of the Atmosphere), May 1996
  • Prof. Meiyuan Huang (Beijing, Academia Sinica, Institute for Physics of the Atmosphere), May 1996
  • Tolnai Balácz (Veszprém, University) April-September 1998
  • Prof. Ernö Mészáros (Veszprem,  Academy of Sciences of Hungary), June 1998
  • Dr. Agnes Molnar (Veszprem University), Juni 1998
  • Dr. Werner Tschwerwenka (Vienna, University of Technology), August - September 1998
  • Prof. Yuanhang Zhang (Beijing University, State Key Laboratory for Atmospheric Chemistry), August und November 1999
  • Dr. Lászlo Horváth (Budapest, Meteorological Service), September 2000
  • Dr. Lászlo Bozo (Budapest, Meteorological Service), September 2000
  • Dipl.-Chem. Ramon Piloto Rodriguez (Havana, University of Technology), May - October 2002
  • Prof. Dr. habil. Harald Berresheim (lecturer) 2003-2008 (Link)
  • Pawel Chaloupecky (Prague, Academy of Sciences) April - September 2006
  • Assistant Prof. Dr. Eng. Kazuhiko Sekiguchi (Saitama University, Japan), April - September 2009
  • Phd student Shinji Kodo (Saitama University, Japan), August - September 2009
  • Phd student Kyunghwan Kim (South Korea; Saitama University, Japan), August - September 2009

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