Dr. Martin Ramacher
My research is focused on the topics of exposure to pollutant concentrations, urban air quality simulations and local emission sources modeling, such as traffic, shipping, industry and residential heating.
- gathering and processing of big data to model representative emission inventories for relevant emission sources in high resolution and
- application of emission inventories in local-scale chemistry transport models to model pollutant concentrations and to identify source contributions as well as impacts of policy-based scenarios,
- calculate exposure estimates for health-effect studies based on dynamic population activities.
- journal articleLocalizing SDG 11.6.2 via Earth Observation, Modelling Applications, and Harmonised City Definitions: Policy Implications on Addressing Air PollutionBailey, J., Ramacher, M., Speyer, O., Athanasopoulou, E., Karl, M., Gerasopoulos, E. (2023)
In: Remote Sensing, Vol. 15, 4, 1082.
- conference paper:Urban Atmospheric Chemistry with the EPISODE-CityChem ModelKarl, M., Ramacher, M. (2021)
In: Air Pollution Modeling and its Application XXVII. ITM 2019, 235-239.
- conference paper:Multi-compartment Chemistry Transport ModelsBieser, J., Ramacher, M. (2021)
In: Air Pollution Modeling and its Application XXVII. ITM 2019. Springer Proceedings in Complexity, 119-123.
- conference lecture: VirtualAir quality improvements caused by COVID-19 lockdown measures in Central Europe – contributions of emission sectors and the meteorological situationBadeke, R., Matthias, V., Quante, M., Petrik, R., Arndt, J., Ramacher, M., Schwarzkopf, D., Fink, L., Feldner, J., Link, E. (2021)
In: EGU General Assembly 2021, Virtual,