Award Winner’s Summary
Susanne V. Hering Award
Recognizes outstanding contributions to aerosol science with a special emphasis on work that has had a significant impact on public health, the built environment, or the global ecosystem.
Ann Marie Carlton
Sheldon K. Friedlander Award
Recognizes an outstanding dissertation by an individual who has earned a doctoral degree. The dissertation can be in any discipline in the physical, biomedical or engineering sciences but has to be in the field of aerosol science and technology.
Thomas T. Mercer Award
Recognizes excellence in the areas of pharmaceutical aerosols and inhalable materials.
David Sinclair Award
Recognizes sustained excellence in aerosol research and technology by an established scientist still active in their career. The individual’s research must have a lasting impact in aerosol science.
Kenneth T. Whitby Award
Recognizes outstanding technical contributions to aerosol science and technology by a young scientist.
Benjamin Y.H. Liu Award
Recognizes outstanding contributions to aerosol instrumentation and experimental techniques that have significantly advanced the science and technology of aerosols.
Juan Fernandez de la Mora High-Resolution Half-Mini DMA Prize Competition
Aerosol Science & Technology Outstanding Publication Award
This award is bestowed annually to one article published in AS&T without regard to publication date. The award recognizes articles that have had a significant impact on the field.
Particle Morphology and Density Characterization by Combined Mobility and Aerodynamic Diameter Measurements. Part 1: Theory
Peter F. DeCarlo, Jay G. Slowik, Douglas R. Worsnop, Paul Davidovits, and Jose L. Jimenez
Aerosol Science & Technology Outstanding Reviewer Awards
Recipients of the AS&T Outstanding Reviewer Award are chosen annually by the Editors of AS&T. The selections are based on both the frequency and quality of the Reviewers’ contributions.
AAAR 2023 Conference Student Poster Competition Winners
Davi de Ferreyro Monticelli
Shubham Sunil Sharma
AAAR 2023 Conference Student Oral Platform Competition Winners
AAAR 2023 Conference Fine Particle Art Microscopic Scale Competition
Under the Sea by Scott Hollenbeck, Darlene McAllister, Kristin Bunker, Gary Casuccio
Cubic Cobra by Marit Meyer, Justine Richardson, Traci Lersch, Kristin Bunker, Gary Casuccio
The Universe of CuONPs by Sripriya Nannu Shankar and Chang-Yu Wu
AAAR 2023 Conference Fine Particle Art Macroscopic Scale Competition
Soot Formed by Enclosed Spray Combustion of Jet Fuel by Una Trivanovic
The Importance of Developing and Distributing Improved Cookstoves by Deborah S. Gross and Tsegaye Nega
Burj PSL by Julie Pongetti
Fine Particle Art Video Competition
Rocking the Airwaves by Dylan Farrell, Athena Chaparro, Jennifer Rodriguez, Shane Chapman, Hanyang Li
Laser Diagnosis of PtO2 Nanoparticles in a Flame by Evangelos K. Stefanidis, Farnaz Khosravi
Particle Formation in a Flame by Shruti Choudhary, Onochie Okonkwo, Yiming Xi, Pratim Biswas
Career Opportunities Link
Interested in a career in aerosol research? Check out job listings and opportunities here: https://www.aaar.org/resources/career-opportunities/
The 2024 Annual Conference will be held in Albuquerque, NM, October 21-25, 2024.
Student Chapter Highlights
AAAR at the University of Arizona by Eva-Lou Edwards
Our student chapter has an on-going collaboration with St. Cyril of Alexandria Catholic School in Tucson, Arizona, which involves engaging 7th and 8th grade students and their science teacher with air quality sensors providing mass concentrations of airborne particulate matter. We were able to purchase a PurpleAir Sensor and an Ambient Weather Station for the school using funding provided by AAAR. This enables the students to study how the air quality around them is affected by winds and rainfall. The students can also compare the air quality at their school with that in other areas in Tucson and the US through the PurpleAir network. They will present their findings at a student-led conference at the University of Arizona.
AAAR at the University of Miami by Shruti Choudhary
The AAAR Student chapter at the University of Miami experienced an engaging semester. The semester kicked off with a meet-and-greet event and a comprehensive onboarding session for new members at the Frost Science Museum. This initial gathering set the tone for a semester filled with collaborative endeavors and knowledge-sharing. Throughout the semester, the chapter organized monthly Aerosol Cafecito sessions, creating a casual yet informative space for members to interact and share their aerosol research endeavors. The student chapter also hosted a watch party for an insightful AAAR monthly seminar by Dr. Jingkun Jiang on using natural ions to measure size distribution of atmospheric aerosols. Additionally, the chapter also hosted a student-led seminar on the “Development of a Hybrid Machine Learning Aerosol Dynamic Model,” by Ph.D. Candidate Onochie Okonkwo.
National Academies Inductees
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Other AAAR Member Award Winners
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This Issue’s Newsletter Committee:
Editor | Dong Gao, Yale UniversitySenior Assistant Editor | Sarah Petters, University of California, RiversideJunior Assistant Editor | Lindsay Yee, University of California, BerkeleyGuest Contributor | Qian Zhang, UL Research Institute