CV Gerrit de Leeuw

Title Professor
Contact gerrit.leeuw@fmi.fi
Postal address Finnish Meteorological Institute, P.O. Box 503, 00101 HELSINKI, FINLAND
Street address Erik Palménin Aukio 1, 00560 HELSINKI, FINLAND
Phone number +358 50 919 5458
Fax +358 29 539 3146

Fields of expertise

  • Atmospheric aerosols

  • Satellite remote sensing of aerosols and clouds

  • Aerosol-cloud interactions

  • Air-sea interaction

Projects

University and other degrees

  • 1975: M.Sc. (Chemistry), University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

  • 1981: Ph.D. (Physics), University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Previous professional appointments

  • Finnish Meteorological Institute, Helsinki, Finland (Professor), 50% affiliation: 10/17 – 09/20

  • Finnish Meteorological Institute, Helsinki, Finland (Professor & group leader), 50% affiliation: 01/07-10/17

  • University of Helsinki, Dept of Physics, Helsinki, Finland (Professor), 50% affiliation: 1/07-12/16

  • Visiting Professor Univ. of Leeds, School of the Environment, UK: 2001-2008

  • Invited Professor Univ. of Sunderland, UK: 1999-2001

  • Naval Postgraduate School, Dept. Meteorology, Monterey, CA, USA, NRC Senior Research Associate: 08/88-07/89

  • Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO), Apeldoorn/Utrecht, The Netherlands, Senior Research Fellow, 20% affiliation: 01/07-12/14

  • Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO), The Hague The Netherlands, group leader, technology leader, programme manager, Senior Research Fellow: 12/80-12/06

  • University of Amsterdam, Lab. Physical Chemistry, Amsterdam, (student-assistant, PhD student): 07/75-03/80

  • Binnengasthuis (Academic Hospital of the Univ. of Amsterdam), Amsterdam, The Netherlands (bacteriological analyst): 04/70 - 09/70 & 03/71 - 06/71

  • Streeklaboratorium voor de Volksgezondheid van de G.G.&G.D., Amsterdam, The Netherlands (bacteriological analyst): 10/67 - 03/70

Other professional activities

  • Guest Professor Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology (NUIST), Nanjing, China: 11/17-present

  • Visiting Professor Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth / Chinese Academy of Sciences (RADI/CAS), Beijing, China: 2016-2020

  • Associate Editor Remote Sensing

Links

List of publications

Publications pdf

About 190 publications in peer-reviewed scientific journals

Books: 1

Contributions to books (peer-rev): 16

Proceedings volumes: >400

Scientific Reports: >150

International collaborative projects:

  •  Principle Investigator in 31 EU projects (4 as co-ordinator, often as activity or WP leader)

  •  17 ESA projects (2 as coordinator, 1 as science leader).

  •  Coordinator Academy of Finland project A4

  •  Principle Investigator in more than 20 other (inter)national, externally funded, projects

  •  Organiser MAPTIP campaign (1993, NATO)

  •  Participant in >25 international field campaigns

Previous professional activities

National Committees (The Netherlands):

1994-2001 Member ROAT (advisory group to Policy Commission on Remote Sensing: Remote Sensing of the Atmosphere)

1995- Member working group ‘Radiation in the Atmosphere'

1996-2000 Member steering group MEMORA (NOP2)

2000-2002 Member steering group CLOSE-AIR (NOP2)

1999- Member Programme Commission Earth Observation ALW

2000-2002 Member steering group Micro-meteorology of Air/Sea fluxes of Carbon Dioxide (NOP2)

2000- 2007 Member National SOLAS committee

2001- 2007 Member XROAT

2003- 2006 Chairman Programme Committee Earth Observation ALW

International Functions:

2000-2007 Associated Editor J. Geophysical Research–Atmospheres

1999- External expert NERC (UK)

2000- Expert Evaluator for EU research programmes

2000- External Expert for Enterprise Ireland

2002- Evaluator for Irish Research Council for Science, Engineering and Technology (IRCSET)

2005- Reviewer for NSF

2005- Reviewer for NOW

2010- Guest Editor ACP, AMT, Atm. Res., Adv in Meteorology, RSE

2015-2017 Guest Editor ACP/AMT Special Issue: Ten years of Ozone Monitoring Instrument (OMI) observations

2018-present Associated Editor Remote Sensing

International Committees:

1989-1991 Member NATO AC/243 (Panel 4/RSG.8)

1991-1995 Chairman NATO AC/243 (Panel 4/RSG.8)

1993-1997 Member Scientific Committee EUROTRAC ASE

1993-1996 Member MAPTIP Scientific Committee

1993-1997 Chairman MAPTIP Organising committee

1995-2000 Member EOPACE Scientific Committee

1997-2002 Member Scientific Committee EUROTRAC2 CAPMAN

1997-2003 Member Steering Committee ELOISE

1998-1999 Member GEOSCIA Science Committee

2000- Member OMI Science Team

2003-2009 Member SOLAS International SSC

2004-2009 Member SSC EC FP6 NoE Accent AT2

2004-2009 Member SSC EC FP6 NoE Accent Aerosol

2004-2006 Member MT ESA GSE PROMOTE

2004-2006 GSE PROMOTE Air Quality Service Line Manager (Satellites)

2004- Member WCRP working group on surface fluxes (WGSF)

2004 JGR editor search committee

2005-2009 Supporting Scientist TRAQ explorer mission proposal

2005-2009 Member SOLAS Implementation Plan 2 (IMP2) SC

2010-2017 Science co-leader ESA Aerosol-cci

International collaborative projects:

  • Principle Investigator in 31 EU projects (4 as co-ordinator, often as activity or WP leader)

  • 17 ESA projects (2 as coordinator, 1 as science leader)

  • Coordinator Academy of Finland project A4- Principle Investigator in more than 20 other (inter)national, externally funded, projects

  • Organiser MAPTIP campaign (1993, NATO)

  • Participant in >25 international field campaigns