Nabil Deabji

PhD candidate Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research (TROPOS)

Nabil Deabji is a PhD candidate at the Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research in Leipzig since 2019. His research focuses on the chemical characterization of atmospheric aerosol particles. He initially studied environmental science at the École Normale Supérieure, where he obtained his bachelor's degree. Then he got a master's degree in environmental chemistry at École Normale Supérieure de l'Enseignement Technique, University of Mohammed V, Rabat, Morocco.
Nabil Deabji researches air quality, focusing on the intricate world of particulate matter or aerosol particles, particularly in the Northern African region. With a keen interest in the chemical composition of these microscopic particles, he delves into understanding their sources and distribution within urban environments. Through his research, he unravels the complexities of urban pollution, investigating the diverse origins of pollutants that could contribute to the pollution of air.
However, his work does not only strives to decipher the origins of these aerosol particles, which range from vehicular emissions to industrial processes, but also sheds light on their far-reaching impacts on human health. The intersection of atmospheric science and public health is where he thrives, aiming to bridge the gap between scientific insight and its tangible implications for communities.
Drawing inspiration from his investigations, he endeavors to bring awareness to the often-invisible realm of air quality, translating complex scientific findings into accessible information. As we grapple with the pressing challenges of air pollution and its repercussions on human well-being, he is committed to fostering conversations that empower individuals and communities to make informed choices for a cleaner, healthier environment.



Often barely visible, air quality is nevertheless quite crucial for our well-being. But how can it be examined?