Sören Johansson started his PhD in 2015 at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology on the impact of climate change on Arctic ozone depletion. The work was based on observations with the imaging infrared spectrometer GLORIA that was deployed during the HALO campaign POLSTRACC in the Arctic during winter 2015/16. After the successful completion of this PhD earlier in 2019 Sören works as a post doc at KIT’s Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research and joins the SouthTRAC campaign for flight planning and analysis of GLORIA observations.
Jennifer Schröter received her PhD in Physics at KIT and works now as a post-doctoral scientist in the group for „Interactions in the Atmospheric System“ for the Helmholtz ESM Project. For the SouthTRAC campaign, she is coordinating the flight planning and modelling activities at KIT.
Björn-Martin Sinnhuber is scientist at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and one of the coordinators for the SouthTRAC campaign with the HALO research aircraft.