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Younha Kim is a research scholar in the Pollution Management (PM) Research Group of the IIASA Energy, Climate, and Environment (ECE) Program. She first came to IIASA in 2014 as a participant in the Young Scientists Summer Program (YSSP) and returned to the institute as a post doctoral fellow in 2019.
Kim has worked on subjects related to emission inventories, emission processing for atmospheric chemistry-transport modeling, the assessment of air quality improvement policy, emission reduction pathways, air quality, and the development of Integrated Assessment Models (IAMs). She is currently working on updating and improving data on volatile organic compound (VOC) pollutants in the GAINS model.
She received her PhD in Environmental Technology from Konkuk University, South Korea. Her dissertation work focused on the development of an integrated assessment model (GAINS-Korea) and the assessment of air quality improvement policies using the GAINS-Korea model.
Last update: 03 FEB 2022
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