Below is a list of past events related to AirUCI (sorted with the most recent first).
Tue, 04/18/2017 - Wed, 04/19/2017
AirUCI is proud to partner with the American Chemical Society as it dedicates our building, Rowland Hall, as a national science landmark for the work done by F. Sherwood Rowland and Mario Molina in discovering the "ozone hole" over Antarctica, a discovery that won them the Nobel Prize. The dedication ceremony will be held outside the Rowland Hall lobby on April 18th at 4:00 pm. We ask that you individually RSVP to the dedication ceremony. In conjunction with this landmark dedication, AirUCI will host a two-day symposium entitled Science and Societal Impacts of Air...
On March 13, 2017, AirUCI will host a seminar by our collaborator, Dr. Alexander Laskin of the Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. The talk will be held at 3.00 pm in Rowland Hall room 390 and is entitled “Multi-Phase Chemistry of Atmospheric Particles”.
Prof. Sally Ng of Georgia Tech will visit AirUCI and give a talk on February 23, 2017 at 11 am in Rowland Hall room 390. The talk is entitled "Chemical characterization and water solubility of organic aerosols in the southeastern United States".
Thu, 02/16/2017 - Fri, 02/17/2017
The AirUCI faculty will be on retreat in Borrego Springs, California from February 16-17, 2017. We will use this time to discuss ongoing research, new collaborative projects, joint grant opportunities, and upcoming AirUCI events.
Professor Sarah Trimpin from Wayne State University in Indiana will give the PChem lecture on February 14, 2017 and will be visiting the AirUCI group that morning to tour our labs and discuss our recent research with our team.
On Saturday, January 28, at Irvine Valley College, AirUCI graduate student Kurtis Malecha will serve as a judge at the Astounding Inventions™ Contest. This is an invention competition for elementary and middle school students from the Irvine Unified and Tustin Unified School Districts where they present an impressive display of creative and imaginative innovations.
On January 24, 2017, AirUCI will host lab tours for a group of 25 undergraduates from the Northwest Agriculture & Forestry University, China.
As part of AirUCI's EACCO outreach endeavor, on Thursday, November 10th we will host a Skype talk by Dr. Tracy Caldwell Dyson, NASA astronaut and former grad student in the Hemminger and Finlayson-Pitts research groups. The talk will begin at noon in Rowland Hall room 390. She will be speaking about her career path and experiences as an astronaut.
Kurtis Malecha, graduate student in AirUCI's Nizkorodov group, will answer scince questions for afterschool providers at a “Meet & Greet” event on November 4, 2016. The event will be held at the Garden Grove Boys and Girls Club (Main Branch) and is part of a professional development opportunity for afterschool providers called the “STEM Factory” which is organized by ScienceOC.
On October 25, 2016, AirUCI will host a lecture by Dr. Coty Jen of the Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management at UC Berkeley. Her expertise is in chemical ionization mass spectrometry and measurements and modeling molecular clusters and gases that are important for atmospheric nucleation. The talk will be held at 1:30 in Rowland Hall 390; the title of the talk is "Atmospheric Nucleation: Formation of Sulfuric Acid Clusters Stabilized by Amines".