Radovan Krejci

Institute: Dept. of Environmental Science, Stockholm University, Sweden
Research area: Environment and climate change, Research and innovation
Research region: South America
Open to collaboration with: All


There will be no clouds and no rain. With every breath man inhale millions of them. Some of them harming our health, but others can deliver cure to lungs of those ill with asthma. Tiny small particles in the air called aerosol. Too small to be seen with naked eye, but significantly influencing our daily life from nanoworld up to planetary scale.

One of the major advancements that can be achieved in aerosol science today is to better understand processes controlling aerosols and clouds life cycle in the Earth atmosphere. Predictions of future climate will never be better and more precise than data used for these predictions

Professional experience

Co-supervisor of PhD
15 year(s) - supervisor and co-supervisor for 14 PhD students
20 year(s) - more than 10 different courses in atmospheric science at Stockholm University, University of Helsinki, Czech University of Life Sciences, Individual lectures or short set of lectures/course at UMSA, La Paz, Bolivia and Universidad de Los Andes, Merida, Venezuela.
Main supervisor of PhD
15 year(s) - supervisor and co-supervisor for 14 PhD students
Supervision of Master’s students

Other experience

16 year(s) - Proposal reviewer: Natural Environment Research Council (GB), National Science Foundation (USA), Environmental Protection Agency (Naturvårdsverket, SWE), Czech Science Foundation, Norwegian Agency for International Cooperation and Quality Enhancement in Higher Education , EC Horizon 2020 – MSCA IF Expert panel, EC “Clean Air Prize Award 2015” Expert panel. Faroe Islands Research Council, The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO), Executive Agency for Higher Education, Research, Development and Innovation Funding (Romania), The French National Research Agency (ANR)
Lecturing and workshops
20 year(s) - Main organizer of several intensive summer schools focused on airborne atmospheric research and number of workshops on climate related research

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