The Institute IEK-8 develops and operates experimental facilities and uses airborne platforms for the exploration of atmospheric processes.
Simulation of Atmospheric PHotochemistry In a large Reaction Chamber
Plant chamber Unit for Simulation
Atmospheric simulation chamber SAPHIR* (SAPHIR-STAR, Stirred Atmospheric flow Reactor)
A new Platform for Atmospheric Studies in the Planetary Boundary Layer
The german research aircraft HALO (High Altitude and Longe Range Research Aircraft) for atmospheric investigations over long ranges and altidudes up to 15km
In-service Aircraft for a Global Observing System
Vehicle for mobile measurements
World Calibration Center for Nitrogen Oxides
Jülich Observatory for Cloud Evolution
The theoretical kinetics group runs a computational cluster, designed specifically for quantum-mechanical calculations of chemical reactions.
Global atmospheric chemistry modelling with Modular Earth Submodel System (MESSy).
WCCOS - World Calibration Center for Ozone Sondes More
ASOPOS - Assessment of Operating Procedures for Ozone Sondes More
ESF - Environmental Simulation Facility To Calibrate Airborne Ozone and Humidity Sensors More
JOSIE - Jülich Ozone Sonde Intercomparison Experiment