The first H2020 ATMO-ACCESS (https://www.atmo-access.eu/first-call-for-access/) call for TNA (Trans-National Access) opened on Thursday 28th October 2021 and will remain open until Friday 28th January 2022.
ATMO-ACCESS offers a combined and integrated access to preeminent European atmospheric research facilities, comprising Observation Facilities, Simulation Chamber Facilities, Central Laboratories and Mobile Platforms. Details and information for the application are provided here.
The ATMOS - AThens MOnitoring Supersite is a unique and the largest Research Infrastructure in Greece and the Eastern Mediterranean containing state of the art instruments for i) aerosol in situ, ii) aerosol active and passive remote sensing, iii) trace gases in site, iv) mobile units v) equipment for greenhouse gases measurements as well as vi) air quality sensors (low and medium cost). It can therefore support several of the ACTRIS activities and be an ideal place not only for training on a big range of state-of-the-art instruments but performing cutting edge science. The ATMOS, one of the 22 Observational Facilities providing access in the framework of ATMO-ACCESS, is consisted by the ATMOS-NOA and ATMOS-NCSR-D stations operated by the National Observatory of Athens and NCSR-Demokritos respectively. The individual infrastructures are distributed in Attica Basin and offer sites representing urban background, suburban background and regional background for several applications and new instrument testing.