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Senior scientist, group leader

Physikalisch-Meteorologisches Observatorium Davos World Radiation Centre, 7260 Davos, Switzerland

General information
Areas of scientific interest: Atmospheric sciences, numerical modeling, radiation transfer, atmospheric chemistry, climate change, solar-climate connections, energetic particles.

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Dr. E. Rozanov is one of world leaders in the modeling of the atmospheric chemistry, ozone layer and climate.
In the late 1990th he was among the first developers of climate model with interactive chemistry. The model was applied to demonstrate the response of the climate to solar variability, volcanic eruptions and energetic particle precipitations. After moving to Switzerland in 2001 Dr. Rozanov developed and exploited new and more sophisticated chemistry-climate model designed to study solar, volcanic and anthropogenic influence on climate. Dr. Rozanov contributed to the IPCC report that earned the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize.

Scientific recognition
Number of publications in the scientific journals indexed by the Web of Science Core Collection database: 216
Number of the citations of the articles indexed by the Web of Science Core Collection database: 6763

Nobel Peace Prize (Nobel Committee) - 2007
Certificate of recognizing andappreciatingThe Ozone Secretariat,United Nations (Environment Programme(UNEP)) - 2012

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