Dr. Martin’s expertise is in characterizing atmospheric composition to inform effective policies surrounding major environmental and public health challenges ranging from air quality to climate change
Dr. Wang’s expertise focuses on processes that drive the properties and evolutions of atmospheric aerosols and the interactions between aerosols and clouds.
Dr. Kumfer’s experience is in combustion research, with emphasis on the utilization of oxygen to increase process efficiency, reduce pollutant emissions, produce nanomaterials, and enable capture of carbon dioxide.
Composition and Chemistry of the Atmosphere, Biogenic and Anthropogenic Gases and Particles
Dr. Turner’s expertise is in the area of air quality management, air pollution characterization & control.
Dr. Thimsen’s exptertise is in nanomaterials, thermodynamics, systems very far away from local equilibrium, high energy density fuel synthesis from renewable resources, optoelectronic semiconductor nanostructures, and processing of lightweight aerospace composite materials.
Ph.D., 1970, University of Minnesota Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering Director, Center for Air Pollution and Trends Analysis Information Systems for Air Quality Management
Dr. Chakrabarty works at the forefront of addressing grand challenges associated with characterization, synthesis, granular-level modeling, radiative forcing estimation, and remote sensing of particulate matter existing in non-equilibrium conditions.
Dr. Biswas’ area of expertise lies in combustion aerosols, air quality and pollution control, environmental benign processing, nanotechnology, and environmentally benign energy production.
Dr. Axelbaum’s area of research is in nanoparticle synthesis and combustion aerosols.