Martin de Graaf is a researcher at KNMI, responsible for the development of aerosol products for the atmospheric Sentinel missions. His research interests are the climate effects of aerosols, studied using both ground-based and space-based remote sensing techniques.
Vincent Huijnen is a senior scientist at the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute, and has a decade of research experience in the field of atmospheric chemistry. He is one of the main co-developers of the atmospheric chemistry module integrated in the IFS system, which is currently operational in CAMS. Together with a partner from HYGEOS, Vincent currently coordinates the CAMS model development on global reactive gases and aerosol.
Jos de Laat is a research scientist with 15+ years of experience on atmospheric composition research with a focus on remote sensing, but a wide range of interests. Jos represents KNMI and the division on R&D Satellites cooperating nationally and internationally, including, for instance, the WMO group on Ozone Assessment.