Harry D. Kambezidis
Atmospheric Research Team, National Observatory of Athens (NOA), Institute for Environmental research and Sustainable Development, Athens, Greece
BSc in Physics from the Dept. of Physics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece (1974); Dipl oma in Computer Programming Commercial College, Greece and approved by State (1975); MSc and MPhill in Microwave Communications Engineering from the Dept. of Electronic and Electrical Engineerin g, University of Leeds, UK (1976, 1979); PhD in the Wind field behind small and big wind turnies from the Dept. of Physics, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece.
Research interests lie in the general field of atmospheric physics. More specifically, these are in the topics of (i) simulation of solar radiation received on the earth’s surface, (ii) measurements of atmospheric gaseous pollutants and particulate matter, (iii) derivation of simple formulae for air pollution dependence on meteorological and other pollution parameters, (iv) air quality, (v) optical and physical properties of atmospheric aerosols, (vi) interaction of solar radiation with atmospheric aerosols, (vii) daylight, and (viii) wild fires.