Atmospheric Integrated Research at University of California, Irvine

Past Events

Below is a list of past events related to AirUCI (sorted with the most recent first).

2017

Mon, 08/14/2017 - Fri, 08/18/2017
AirUCI faculty Manabu Shiraiwa is hosting a group of Japanese high school students and their advisors in a week-long event that will introduce them to some of our air pollution research and other projects.  In addition to science topics, they will learn about business, government, education, and general life experiences in Orange County.
Thu, 07/20/2017 - Fri, 07/21/2017
AirUCI faculty Manabu Shiraiwa, along with co-investtgator and fellow AirUCI faculty Doug Tobias, will be hosting a launch meeting for their new indoor air quality modeling consortium project funded by the Sloan Foundation.  The two-day event will be held in Rowland Hall room 390.    
Thu, 07/20/2017 - Fri, 07/21/2017
AirUCI faculty Manabu Shiraiwa and Doug Tobias will host the kick-off event for the MOdelling Consortium for Chemistry of Indoor Environments (MOCCIE), a new modelling consortium within the Alfred P. Sloan Chemistry of Indoor Environments program.  This two-day event will be held in Rowland Hall room 390 on July 20-21, 2017.  The group will address individual model and research plans, experimental projects, model integration, and synergies and opportunities among other topics.  For additional information, contact Melissa Sweet (949) 824-2628.
Tue, 05/16/2017
On May 16, 2017 at 11:00 am, AirUCI faculty Steven Davis will be part of a panel discussion on the question of whether China wlll abide by their climate agreements if the Trump Administration fails to fulfill America's climate pledge.  This event will be held in the LAW building, room 3750 and attendees must register to participate; here is the event information:   UCI's Long-China Institute presents Can China Save Us from Global Warming? Under the Trump administration, it is increasingly clear that the U.S. will renege on its commitment to address global climate change and...
Mon, 04/24/2017
AirUCI will host a seminar on April 24, 2017 by Dr. Jessica Gilman of NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory.  The talk will be held in Rowland Hall room 390 beginning at noon and is entitled “Shale oil and natural gas: characterizing the emissions of volatile organic compounds and their impacts on air quality in several U.S. shale basins”.
Tue, 04/18/2017 - Wed, 04/19/2017
Updated page and videos are now available!   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...
Mon, 03/13/2017
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”.
Thu, 02/23/2017
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.
Tue, 02/14/2017
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.