“Ozone Research – Quo Vadis”, a 1-day colloquium to honour Prof. Dr. Johannes Staehelin at ETH Zurich, Switzerland – 4 May 2016


This one-day colloquium brings together several of Johannes Staehelin’s distinguished colleagues and will focus on past developments and future priorities of ozone research. Ranging from changes in anthropogenic ozone precursor emissions and tropospheric pollution to climate change and stratospheric ozone, the presentations will describe our current knowledge in the field of ozone research and provide insight into open questions that still need to be answered.


The colloquium will start at 9:00 am and finish at 5:00 pm.
Registration with coffee and gipfeli will start at 8:15 am.

Download pdf version of programme.

Invited Speakers

Stefan Brönnimann, University of Bern, Switzerland
Dominik Brunner, Empa, Switzerland
Reiner Grundmann, University of Nottingham, UK
Neil Harris, University of Cambridge, UK
Michaela Hegglin, University of Reading, UK
Dave Parrish, NOAA, USA
Stefan Reimann, Empa, Switzerland
Harald Rieder, University of Graz, Austria
Richard Stolarski, Johns Hopkins University, USA

Meeting Venue and Registration


The colloquium will be held in the Audimax, ETH Zurich.


All participants must be registered.

For more details and registration, please visit the webpage.