EUROCHAMP-2020 aims at further integrating the most advanced European atmospheric simulation chambers into a world-class infrastructure for research and innovation. The project is composed by a coordinated set of networking activities, which deliver improved chamber operability across the infrastructure, as well as standard protocols for data generation and analysis. Trans-national access is provided to sixteen different chambers and four calibration centres, becoming the core of the project. Joint research activities enhance the capability of the infrastructure to provide improved services for users. Cooperation with the private sector a fundamental pillar of the project, and it is necessary to exploit the innovation potential of the infrastructure by supporting development of scientific instruments, sensor technologies and de-polluting materials. Overall, EUROCHAMP-2020 has the goal to significantly enhance the capacity for exploring atmospheric processes and ensure that Europe retains its place in atmospheric simulation chamber research.



ACTRIS Implementation Project (IMP) is funded! - Wednesday, August 28, 2019
On Friday August 23rd 2019, the European Commission released the evaluations and funding decisions of the applications to the INFRADEV-3 call. ACTRIS IMP was among the project that were funded.

ACTRIS IMP project has now reached the stage of Grant Agreement preparation. The total funding is 5M€ for the period 2020-2023 and funds will be granted to ACTRIS IMP for the next four years. 
Executive Masters in Management of Research Infrastructures: the call for applications is open! - Wednesday, August 28, 2019

EMMRI is an international management development programme tailored to the specific needs of Research Infrastructures. 


This Programme is designed to give experienced science professionals the skills and knowledge they need to take on greater managerial responsibilities. Take the opportunity to improve your managerial skills.

Applications are open until September 30rd 2019. All info is here:

Want to be informed about the latest ACTRIS developments? - Wednesday, June 12, 2019

All ACTRIS documents are regularly updated on our website! Please check them on Project --> Documentation --> Official documents!

The legal advancements, the Interim ACTRIS Council meetings' reports, and the meetings' news can always be found on

EUROCHAMP will travel to Finland - Tuesday, May 28, 2019

The very first information about our next annual meeting are being updated on our "Events" page. Registrations will also open very soon. All useful info is regularly updated here.

Stay tuned!

Our introduction video is online! - Tuesday, May 14, 2019

We had a lot to say about us. We managed in four minutes! Please, enjoy them.



KIT co-organises the 7th International Symposium on Ultrafine Particles - Monday, February 11, 2019

Ultrafine particles (UFP), the nano fraction of airborne particulate matter, are consdered to be causing serious health problems and environmental effects. 

The conference will take place on 15th - 16th April, 2019 in Brussels. All info is here


Job opportunities

PhD in Atmospheric chemistry/Environmental toxicology at INERIS (France) - Wednesday, July 24, 2019
The main objectives of this PhD work are first, to study and characterize the SOA formation from residential wood stove emissions (SOA biomass burning) and from typically emitted SOA precursors but poorly document in the literature such as furans (2,4- et 2,5-dimethylfurans; SOA furans).

Candidate profile: a degree in Environmental Sciences or Environmental Chemistry or Analytical Chemistry or Environmental toxicology or Ecotoxicology will be considered. Apply before 30th September 2019, at

Researcher in atmospheric chemistry in CNRS-ICARE, Orléans - Thursday, July 18, 2019
The candidate will contribute to the development and the use of an instrument dedicated to the NO3 measurements that will be use both in the laboratory and the field. He/She will conduct state of the art investigations of atmospheric chemical processes using the developed instrument as well as the existing analytical tools at the HELIOS atmospheric simulation chamber.

Apply through: