Chemistry Department Virtual Seminar: Dr. Jiajue Chai, Brown UniversityCampus Calendar
Thursday, October 22, 2020
11:00 am - 12:20 am
Event Description: Dr. Jiajue Chai, Assistant Professor of Environment and Society, Brown University will present a seminar.
Dr. Jiajue Chai is an atmospheric chemist, with special interests in tracking sources, atmospheric processes and sinks of reactive nitrogen species, and quantitatively understanding their implications for air quality, climate, and human and ecosystem health. To address these questions, his research brings together a novel set of skills including instrumentation, analytical methods, theory and modeling to investigate atmospheric chemistry in both the laboratory and field. His recent work involves characterizing the challenging nitrous acid (HONO) in its sources, sinks and atmospheric chemistry in many ways, to constrain its budget and help predict and mitigate the air quality and climate change.
All of students, faculty and staff are invited to this virtual seminar.
If you are interested in attending the event, please email Dr. Huiting Mao @ email@example.com a few days before the event with "Chemistry Department Virtual seminar" in the subject line to be included on the email for access to the event.
Sponsor: The Chemistry Department
Friday, October 30, 2020
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