Prof Hugh Coe

Professor of Atmospheric Composition

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Biography

Hugh is Professor of Atmospheric Composition at The University of Manchester, Director of the Manchester Environmental Research Institute and visiting Professor at Fudan University.  His research interests focus on quantifying processes responsible for air pollution and effects on regional climate.  He has led and participated in numerous large international field studies to study amongst others biomass burning, trans-boundary air pollution, dust in the atmosphere, and the impacts of pollution on the clean background atmosphere.  He has led a number of studies to investigate pollution in the UK, China and India and was the PI of a major international collaboration between India and the UK to characterise air pollution across the Indo-Gangetic Plain using international research aircraft.  He has led and participated in a number of major UK air quality programmes and currently leads the UKRI CleanAir project OSCA. He has published over 300 peer review papers and has a h index of 69.  In 2014 and 2018 he was named as one of the 100 Most Highly Cited Researchers in Geosciences.  He is the 2022 recipient of the European Geophysical Union Vilhelm Bjerknes Medal.

KEY WORDS: atmospheric composition and processes, properties and processes of atmospheric aerosols, atmospheric measurements, atmospheric meansurements from aircraft platforms

Qualifications

BSc Physics (Newcastle) 1989;

PhD (UMIST) 1993;

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