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Current research grants:

REKLIM (Regional climate change); Helmholtz initiative, ongoing, partner

ESM (Advanced Earth System Modelling Capacity)

Former research grants:

CITYZEN (Megacities – Zoom for the environment); EU FP7 project ID 212095, duration 2008-09-01 to 2011-08-31, partner

ESA Fire CCI (European Space Agency Climate Change Initiative); ESRIN contract no. 4000101779/10/I-LG, duration 2010-09-01 to 2012-03-31, partner

MACC (Monitoring of Atmospheric Composition and Climate); EU FP7 project ID 218793, duration 2009-06-01 to 2011-12-31, Martin Schultz sub-project leader

MACC-II (Monitoring of Atmospheric Composition and Climate – Interim Implementation); EU FP7 project ID 283576, duration 2011-11-01 to 2014-07-31, Martin Schultz sub-project leader

MACC-III (Monitoring Atmospheric Composition and Climate –III); EU H2020 project ID 633080, duration 2014-08-01 to 2015-08-31, Martin Schultz sub-project leader

Pegasos (Pan-European Gas-AeroSol-climate interaction Study); EU FP7 project ID 265148, duration 2011-01-01 to 2014-12-31, partner

UCCC (Understanding Cenozoic Climate Cooling); DFG Research Unit FOR 1070, duration 2009 to 2012, partner

Unfunded project activities:

TOAR (Tropospheric Ozone Assessment Report); IGAC/WMO initiative, duration Dec. 2014 to Oct. 2017, Martin Schultz member of steering group, principal developer of TOAR surface ozone database

JOIN (Jülich Open Web Services Interface); IEK-8 initiative with initial support from US EPA, duration 2011 until now, Martin Schultz project leader and main developer

GAW SAG RG (WMO Global Atmosphere Watch Scientific Advisory Group on Reactive Gases); Martin Schultz member since 2011, chair since 2013

WMO TT-ACV (WMO Task team on Atmospheric Composition Vocabulary); Martin Schultz initiated in 2015, chair

ECHAM-HAMMOZ community model development; Martin Schultz member of Scientific Steering Committee (2010-2017), responsible for gas-phase chemistry module, contributed to general code design

EMAC/MESSy community model development; Domenico Taraborrelli member of Scientific Steering Group (since 2016), contributions to atmospheric chemical mechanism