Zamin A. Kanji, Ph.D.

ETH Zurich

Zamin Kanji obtained his Ph.D. in 2009 from the University of Toronto in atmospheric chemistry. After a postdoctoral stay at ETH Zürich and Environment and Climate Change Canada, he was appointed as a group leader of the experimental atmospheric physics group in the Department of Environmental System Sciences at ETH Zürich in 2013. His main research interests include studying the properties of aerosols on liquid and ice cloud formation both via laboratory and field observations with a recent focus on black carbon and aviation soot–cirrus interactions. Kanji was elected to the International Commission on Cloud and Precipitation in 2021 and the committee on Nucleation and Atmospheric Aerosols in 2023 and serves on the departmental diversity, equity and inclusion committee at ETH Zürich.

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