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Dr. Hendryk Czech

Universität Rostock, Lehrstuhl für Analytische Chemie

Dr. Hendryk Czech

Hendryk Czech, born in 1988, received his doctoral degree in 2017 from the University of Rostock. Afterwards, he continued his research as postdoctoral researcher at the University of Eastern Finland in Kuopio. Since 2019, he has been project manager of the German-Israeli Helmholtz International Laboratory aeroHEALTH at the Helmholtz Center in Munich and is qualifying for professorship at the chair of analytical chemistry of the University of Rostock.

Awards

From 2014 to 2016, Hendryk Czech was funded by a grant from the Graduate Academy of the University of Rostock and obtained his doctoral degree with honors (title of the thesis: “Investigation of Primary and Secondary Organic Aerosols by Advanced Mass Spectrometric Techniques and Chemometric Approaches”).

Focus

His research deals with environmental-related issues arising from combustion processes, their transformation in the atmosphere and biological effects. Moreover, he supports projects in the fields of process analytics and single-particle aerosol mass spectrometry with statistical data analysis.

Methods

  • Investigation of aerosol emissions from combustion processes, atmospheric ageing and biological effects
  • Photoionization mass spectrometry
  • Multivariate statistics and prediction modelling

Facts, background information, dossiers

  • multivariate statistics

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