- Our new paper regarding tandem particle measurements has been published in Aerosol Science and Technology. The Article can be found here: https://doi.org/10.1080/02786826.2020.1763248
- On Monday, April 27th, Patricia advanced to doctoral candidacy. Her Zoom Proposal was well-received and her committee encouraged her to the pursue and complete her proposed thesis dissertation entitled “In-Situ Measurements of Optical, Physical, and Chemical Properties of Atmospheric Aerosols”. Congratulations!
- Our newest group member, Dewansh Rastogi will be assisting fellow researchers lead by Dr. Milton in the UMD School of Public Health into COVID19 research in droplets and sneezes. UMD COVID19 Seeded Research
- On Thursday December 12th, the EARL Research group celebrated another successful semester. In addition, we said a special farewell to our visiting MS research thesis exchange student, Rahaf, from the University College Dublin.
- On Friday December 6th, we participated in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry’s Graduate Student Organization (GSO) monthly Science Café. The Science Cafes are informal poster sessions that are held on the first Friday of every month during the Fall and Spring semesters in the Chemistry glass lounge (2nd floor in the chemistry building). The aim is to highlight the research of groups in Chemistry and the research of collaborators from other departments (Chemical Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, Physics, Materials Science, Atmospheric Sciences, etc). Members from the group (left to right. Patricia, Qi, Rahaf) were in attendance and presented our recent collaborative research about Black Carbon and Martian Dust.
- Francis Oyebanjo successfully defends MS Thesis entitled “Real-time comparison of physical and chemical aerosol measurement methods”
- Machine Learning Research Applications News Story
- Department of Education GAANN Graduate Fellowships
- Farima Barati successfully defends MS Thesis entitled “Hygroscopicity of cholesterol in various solvents”
- Patrick Roth successfully defends PhD Thesis entitled “Secondary Organic Aerosol Formation from Gasoline Direct Injection Vehicles: The Impact of Exhaust After-Treatment and Fuel Composition”
- American Geophysical Union Press Field Trip to Brandywine: Community Environmental Justice in Brandywine, Maryland
- BS/MS Student: Francis Oyebanjo Wins Bridge to Doctorate Award.
- Phd Student: Patricia Razafindrambinina Wins NSF Graduate Fellowship Award – https://cmns.umd.edu/news-events/features/4121
- Brandywine Community Science Citizens Event – https://thrivingearthexchange.org/project/brandywine-md/