Research Scientist I
NOAA ESRL Chemical Sciences Division
325 Broadway, R/CSD6
Boulder, CO 80305 USA
My research focuses on working with the single-particle soot photometer to measure properties of absorbing aerosols in laboratory and field studies. For my Ph.D. at the University of Chicago, I studied properties of isotopic water in the context of cirrus cloud formation.
Ph.D. Physics, University of Chicago (2015)
M.S. Physics, University of Chicago (2008)
B.S. Physics, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (2007)
Aerosol optics, aerosol and ice microphysics, black carbon and metallic aerosol measurements
I am currently working on the analysis of aircraft measurements of black carbon in S. Korea during the KORUS-AQ campaign. I am also studying black carbon optical properties from measurements of biomass burning during the NOAA FIREX Firelab 2016 laboratory study.
last modified: March 08, 2018