Prof. McNeill is a coauthor on this newly accepted Feature article in Environmental Science & Technology:
We are very happy to announce the publication of our new manuscript as a Just Accepted Manuscript in the Journal of Physical Chemistry A. This publication is the result of a NSF-funded collaboration between the McNeill Group and colleagues at Temple University.
This time of year is like Christmas for aerosol scientists – it’s time for the 35th Annual AAAR Meeting! The meeting, which will be held in Portland, OR, this year, highlights cutting edge research in all areas of aerosol science. The McNeill Group will be well-represented this year, with several platform and poster presentations. Hope to see you in Portland!
|2AC.44||Effect of Photochemical Aging of 2-Methyltetrol on the Ambient Environment.ALISON FANKHAUSER, V. Faye McNeill, Columbia University|
|2AC.53||Modeling the Production of Secondary Organic Aerosol Material Via Photosensitized Reactions of Imidazole-2-carboxaldehyde. WILLIAM TSUI, V. Faye McNeill, Columbia University|
|2AC.55||Brown Carbon Formation from Aqueous-phase Syringol under Dark Conditions.JIAN XU, V. Faye McNeill, Columbia University|
|Modeling Aqueous Organic Aerosol Chemistry: Photosensitizers and the Oxidizing Power of the Aqueous Phase. V. FAYE MCNEILL, Wanyi Li, William Tsui, Alison Fankhauser, Nabil Khan, Kayane Dingilian, Hai-Lung Dai, Yi Rao, Columbia University|
|In Situ Observations of Organic Molecules at the Gas-Aerosol Interface. V. FAYE MCNEILL, Yajing Wu, Wanyi Li, Bolei Xu, Xia Li, Hannah Wang, Hai-Lung Dai, Yi Rao, Columbia University|
And the following is a presentation by one of our collaborators, who is using our model simpleGAMMA with WRF-Chem:
|Implications of Anthropogenic-Biogenic Interactions Related to NOx and Sulfate on SOA Formation. MANISHKUMAR SHRIVASTAVA, John Shilling, Jerome Fast, Joseph Ching, Rahul Zaveri, Richard Easter, Alla Zelenyuk, Chun Zhao, Ying Liu, Joel Brito, Larry Berg, Shantanu Jathar, V. Faye McNeill, Joel A. Thornton, Henrique Barbosa, Helber Gomes, Rita Ynoue, Paulo Artaxo, Suzane de Sá, Alex Guenther, Lindsay Yee, Scot Martin, Allen H. Goldstein, Gabriel Isaacman-VanWertz, et al., Pacific Northwest National Laboratory|
Our 2013 paper on the photochemical aging of aerosol brown carbon has been featured in a virtual special issue of the Journal of Physical Chemistry A, on Atmospheric Physical Chemistry. From the editor:
It is the vision of this editor that the current collection may serve as a useful tool for generating new ideas, pushing existing boundaries, and motivating new research in atmospheric chemistry. Moreover, this virtual issue may serve as a basis for putting together or updating a graduate course on atmospheric physical chemistry.
J. Phys. Chem. A, 2013, 117 (14), pp 2987–2996 DOI: 10.1021/jp309413j
We are very happy to announce the publication of our exciting new results demonstrating the first direct detection of organic material at the gas-aerosol interface. This article is the first publication to result from the Columbia-Temple NSF Photoactivator collaboration.
Observation of Organic Molecules at the Aerosol Surface. Yajing Wu, Wanyi Li, Bolei Xu, Xia Li, Han Wang, V. Faye McNeill, Yi Rao, and Hai-Lung Dai J. Phys. Chem. Lett., Just Accepted Manuscript (2016). link to paper
Prof. McNeill visited the Department of Chemistry at Temple University to give a seminar on April 7, 2016. Here she is pictured with several members of the Columbia-Temple NSF Photoactivator Project team, including Prof. Hai-Lung Dai and Prof. Yi Rao.
Prof. McNeill and the McNeill Group were featured in the Spring 2016 Columbia Engineering Newsletter, “WATER ENERGY CLIMATE: Tackling the world’s biggest problems”
Our 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.