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AIRE gets a new look

AIRE screenshotOur outreach website, AIRE, has a new look!

AIRE is an acronym for “Atmospheric Information Resource for Educators and students” and is also Spanish for “air.” This website has been active since 2008 (under its former name, “Science of the Atmosphere,” until 2014). Our goal is to provide interesting, accessible, scientifically accurate information about our changing environment. We post and tweet in two languages (English and Spanish).  Follow AIRE on twitter at @AIRE_outreach.

AIRE: Atmopsheric Information Resource for Educators and students

Photoactivator Team Meeting

Today we had a very productive meeting with our collaborators from Temple University for an update on our joint NSF project, “Photoactivator Chemistry in Atmospheric Aerosols” (CHE-1506789). Left to right: Dr. Yi Rao (Temple), VFM, Yuan Zeng (Temple), Nabil Khan, Jian Xu, Alison Fankhauser, William Tsui, Yajing Wu (Temple).    20160212_141136-2

Happy Holidays from the McNeill Group!

Happy holidays and a bright 2016 to you and yours, from the McNeill Group (past and present!).

McNeill Group EOS Winter 2015 (L to R: VFM, Aayan, Sammy, MacKenzie, Dexter, William, Hannah, Alison, Jessica, Leah, Linfeng, Nate)

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McNeill Group Mini-Reunion 2015 (L to R, back: Sid, Sammy, Joe B, Giuliana, Andrew, Angela, VFM, Aayan, Min, Joe W, Mike, Neha)

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New collaborative publication in ACPD: Aqueous organic aerosol chemistry in GEOS-Chem

We are please to announce the publication of our latest collaborative publication in Atmos. Chem. Phys. Discuss! The lead author is Eloise Marais of Harvard University.

Aqueous-phase mechanism for secondary organic aerosol formation from isoprene: application to the Southeast United States and co-benefit of SO2 emission controls Atmos. Chem. Phys. Discuss., 15, 32005-32047, 2015

Welcome new McNeill Group members: PhD, Masters, Undergraduate, and Junior member Aayan!

Things are buzzing in the McNeill group this Fall! We are very happy to announce the addition of a new Columbia Chemical Engineering PhD candidate to the McNeill Group, William Gang Tsui.  William is a graduate of Cooper Union. We also welcome Nate (Jian Xu), a CSC fellow and PhD student from Fudan University.  We are joined by Masters’ students Leah Curry, from CCNY, and Linfeng Du.  New undergraduate students include Mackenzie Blaine Humes and Dexter Dante Antonio. Finally, we welcome junior member Aayan, Prof. McNeill’s son, born 9/10/15!

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McNeill granted Kenneth T. Whitby Award of AAAR

Prof. McNeill was one of two scientists honored with the Kenneth T. Whitby Award at the 2015 annual meeting of AAAR in Minneapolis, MN this October.  The award “recognizes outstanding technical contributions to aerosol science and technology by a young scientist. The purpose of the award is to encourage continued work in the field and ongoing support of such endeavors.” The citation is given below.

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