A list of events (e.g. seminar organizations, research campaigns, expositions, etc…) to which I contributed or was associated with my colleagues:
Thanks to my GRS colleagues (Thomas Frederikse & Jonathan Izett) to have followed me at Space Expo! (with the sculptrure of the Dutch Astronaut Andre!).
So impressive to see my employer & Co-Promotor Dr. Pepijn Veefkind, Pinripal Investigator (PI) of TROPOMI in live on TV
Quite a huge crowd attending the event!
And my employer & Promotor, Dr. Pieternel Levelt, PI of OMI and chair of the Sentinel-5 P mission advisor group on TV too!
Sentinel-5 P is in space!
Dutch Astronaut Andre taking about the importance to monitor air quality and climate from space!
The ESOC command centre in live! Thanks to heir excellent work!
The very 1st signal sent by TROPOMI once it is space, with the solar panels deployed, 1h30 after its launch! “We have a new Sentinel-satellite in orbit in space” said at that moment ESOC!
Sentinel-5 P takes off in live in front of our eyes in Russia! What a noise!!
Launch of Sentinel-5 Precursor from Plesetsk, in Russia, 2017.10.13
Sentinel-5 Precursor launch with TROPOMI on-board, watching in live from Space Expo, 2017.10.13 (Friday!), ESA / ESTEC, Noordiwjk, the Netherlands.
Exhibiting our GRS and KNMI research with the material prepared by DIG-it!…
With Jieying Ding (on the right)…
TU Delft research exhibition 2017, Special edition celebrating 175 years of TU Delft and innovation, The largest scientific exposition of the Netherlands, Improved tropospheric NO2 and aerosol retrievals from OMI satellite, 06-08 June 2017, Delft, the Netherlands. WebBlog
Urban Air Quality symposium co-organisator and co-chairman: by the department of Geoscience & Remote Sensing (GRS), TU Delft, Climate Delft Institute and KNMI, in Delft, the Netherlands, 2017.02.17. Organisers: Prof. Dr. Pieternel F. Levelt, co-organisers: Julien Chimot, Dr. Pepijn Veefkind, Jiyunting Sun, Prof. Dr. Herman Russchenberg, co-chaired by Dr. Pepijn Veefkind & Julien Chimot. WebBlog
Kick-off of the Cabauw Intercomparison of Nitrogen Dioxide Measuring Instruments (CINDI)-2 campaign, Cabaux, the Netherlands: the second large scale international campaign addressing the intercalibration of remote sensing instruments using the DOAS technique to monitor air quality in support of satellites. More than 40 instruments operated by 30 groups participated to this field campaign. They include MAX-DOAS instruments as well as in situ systems (CAPS, NO2 analyzers, NO2 and O3 sondes, lidar measurements, sun photometers and ceilometers).
Research exhibition material…
prepared by the TU Delft Dig-IT! project
TU Delft research exhibition 2016, Improved tropospheric NO2 in presence of fine particles from OMI satellite, 2016.06.02, Delft, the Netherlands (by Dr. Tim Vlemmix).
Mini MAX-DOAS: small white instrument, performing nadir measurement
On the parking of TU Delft
A mini MAX-DOAS spectral radiance
NO2 measurements from ground-based mini MAX-DOAS on TU Delft parking, campaign prepared and led by Dr. Tim Vlemmix, Delft, the Netherlands, 2016.02.