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Dr. Douglas R. Worsnop :Atmospheric Aerosol Chemistry via Mass Spectrometry, etc
published date:2013-07-11

Speaker:Dr. Douglas R. Worsnop

Ph.D., Physical Chemistry, Harvard University

Vice President, Director

Center for Aerosol and Cloud Chemistry,

Aerodyne Research, Inc., MA, USA


Topic 1: Atmospheric Aerosol Chemistry via Mass Spectrometry

Time: 14:00-15:30, April 15th      Place: Room 301, Old Geosciences Building


Topic 2: Nucleation in the Atmosphere: Observation of Molecular Clusters

Time: 13:00-14:30, April 17th      Place: Room 301, Old Geosciences Building


Topic 3: Black carbon Containing Aerosol in the Atmosphere

Time: 15:30-17:00, April 19th      Place: Room 128, Old Geosciences Building


Introduction of Dr. Douglas R. Worsnop:

      Dr. Worsnop is a leading expert in the chemistry and heterogeneous reactions of atmospheric aerosols. He has pioneered the development of laboratory and field measurement techniques for investigating chemical interactions between atmospheric trace gases and aerosols, including water droplets. His expertise extends to the mechanisms of the formation of polar stratospheric clouds, and to measurements of the chemical composition of atmospheric aerosols. Dr. Worsnop is a recipient of the 2004 Benjamin Y. H. Liu Award (American Association for Aerosol Research) for his achievements in atmospheric composition measurement with the Aerodyne aerosol mass spectrometer system (AMS). He received the 2010 Yoram Kaufman (AGU Atmospheric Sciences) for Unselfish Cooperation in Research and is a Fellow of American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), American Geophysical Union (AGU) and the American Association for Aerosol Research (AAAR).