Several people have contributed to the realization of the AIOMFAC website and the development of its centerpiece, the AIOMFAC model, running behind the scenes. We would like to thank all of them for their efforts in making this project a success.


Concept and management Andreas Zuend, John H. Seinfeld
General design Andreas Zuend, Nicole Levac
Dynamic web-interface: Perl and JavaScript code Nicole Levac, Andreas Zuend
Text and figures Andreas Zuend
Server setup, webmaster Andreas Zuend


Mathematical framework and first parameterization
(Zuend et al., 2008)
Andreas Zuend, Claudia Marcolli, Beiping Luo, and Thomas Peter
Extension and new parameterization
(Zuend et al., 2011)
Andreas Zuend, Claudia Marcolli, Alastair M. Booth, Daniel M. Lienhard, Vacharaporn Soonsin, Ulrich K. Krieger, David O. Topping, Gordon McFiggans, Thomas Peter, and John H. Seinfeld
Fortran 90/95/2003 code, global optimization, thermodynamic equilibrium modules Andreas Zuend
AIOMFAC-web code, Fortran-interface Andreas Zuend
AIOMFAC-VISC code for mixture viscosity prediction
(Gervasi et al., 2019)
Natalie Gervasi, Andreas Zuend

We thank the funding agencies listed here for their financial support of past and ongoing projects related to AIOMFAC and this website.

We would also like to mention other scientific online tools and websites, such as the Extended AIM Aerosol Thermodynamics Model (E-AIM),, and the Master Chemical Mechanism (MCM),, which have served as useful sources of information and ideas, especially regarding the access of Fortran programs via a web-interface. Furthermore, we would like to thank the active communities of web developers and script programmers for sharing their knowledge and experience on the Internet – their expertise has been extremely helpful during the whole development phase.

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