Univ. Prof. Dr. Anne KASPER-GIEBL

 

Institut für Chemische Technologien und Analytik
Technische Universität Wien
Getreidemarkt 9/164/UPA V
1060 Wien
Austria

Tel: +43 (0)1 58801-15130
Fax: +43 (0)1 58801-15199
E-mail: akasper(at)mail.zserv.tuwien.ac.at
www: http://www.cta.tuwien.ac.at/atmos/

Date of Birth: 01.11.1968 in Vienna, Austria
Nationality: Austria
Married and three children

Education

 

 

  • Habilitation for ‚Analytical Chemistry’ , Vienna University of Technology 1/2003
  • PhD Thesis ‘Seasonal Trends of Atmospheric Trace Constituents and their Washout
    Ratios at the High 3/1994 Alpine Background Site Mount Sonnblick’, Vienna University of Technology
  • European Research Course on Atmospheres 1993, Grenoble, France 1+2/1993
  • Diploma Thesis ‘Passive Sampling Systems for the Determination of Ammonia in the
    4/1991 Atmosphere’ Studies of Technical Chemistry,Vienna University of Technology 1986 - 1991

 

Academic Curriculum

 

 

  • A.o. Univ. Prof am Institut für Chemische Technologien und Analytik since 2003 Technische
    Universität Wien
  • Research Assistant at the Institute for Chemical Technologies and Analytics, 1992 - 2003 (prior
    Institute for Analytical Chemistry) Vienna University of Technology
  • Fellowship at the Department for Chemistry and Biochemistry, 12/1994 – 5/1995 Texas Tech University,
    Lubbock Texas
  • Lecturer at the Vienna Univeristy of Technology in the field of analytical chemistry and environmental
    chemistry
  • About 50 scientific publications

 

Positions

 

 

  • Chair of the Advisory Board for the Coordination of the Scientific Activities at the
    Sonnblick Observatory since 2005
  • Austrian Deputy of the COST Action 633 ‚Particulate Matter and Properties related to
    Health Effects’ since 2004
  • Member of the Clean Air Commission of the Austrian Academy of Sciences since 2001
  • Conference Secretary of the 8th International Conference on Carbonaceous Particles
    in the Atmosphere, Vienna 14–16 September 2004
  • Member of the Austrian Chemical Society since 1990