Dr Martin SchultzMember since: 19 February 2014
More than 20 years experience in atmospheric research with > 100 peer review publications. PhD in physics, Earth system modeller from 2006-2017, now focusing on building interoperable data services and deep learning applications for air quality and weather. Chair of World Meteorological Science Advisory Group Reactive Gases (2013-2018), co-chair of Tropospheric Ozone Assessment Report, phase II (2019-2024), have been member of various other advisory boards. Team leader reactive gases in build-up of Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service. Coordinator of several research projects.