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).

2016

Thu, 05/12/2016
As part of AirUCI's EACCO outreach endeavor, on Thursday, May 12th we will host Dr. Paul Nissenson, assistant professor at Cal Poly Pomona in the Department of Mechanical Engineering.  He will be speaking about his career as a professor and some of the educational tools he has implemented to improve student interest and learning.  The lecture will begin at noon in Rowland Hall room 390.  We are happy to welcome Paul back to AirUCI, as he did his PhD in the Dabdub group.
Fri, 04/29/2016
As part of AirUCI's EACCO outreach endeavor, on Friday, April 29th we will host Dr. Steve Mang, senior lecturer at University of Maryland, Baltimore County, in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry.  He will be speaking about his interest in undergraduate curriculum development and inquiry-based instruction as well as his career path to the position he currently holds at UMBC.  The lecture will begin at noon in Rowland Hall room 390.  We are happy to welcome Steve back to AirUCI, as he completed his PhD in the Nizkorodov group.
Mon, 04/18/2016
As part of AirUCI's EACCO outreach endeavor, on Monday, April 18th we will host Dr. Marc Carreras Sospedra speaking about his position at the South Coast Air Quality Management District.  The event begins at 10:30 am in Rowland Hall room 390.  We are happy to welcome Marc back to AirUCI, as he completed his PhD studies and held a Project Scientist position in the Dabdub group.
Fri, 04/08/2016
On Friday, April 8th, AirUCI will host a group of Advanced Placement chemistry students from Troy High School in Fullerton.  The group will view presentations about our research and tour the Finlayson-Pitts, Nizkorodov, and Saltzman labs.
Tue, 03/29/2016
On Tuesday, March 29th Prof. Miriam Freedman of Penn State University will give a lecture at 3.30 in Rowland Hall room 104.  The title of her talk is “The Structure of Atmospheric Particles & Impacts on Atmospheric Chemistry and Climate".  
Thu, 03/24/2016
AirUCI PI Craig Murray is organizing the annual Informal Symposium on Kinetics and Photochemical Processes in the Atmosphere conference to be held at UCI on March 24, 2016 at the UCI Student Center.  Invited guests will speak, and talks and posters from our group will be presented by researchers of all levels — from graduate students to faculty.  For additional information and to register for this event, please visit the Murray Research Group ISKPPA page.
Tue, 03/22/2016
On Tuesday, March 22nd at 3.30 pm, Prof. Jesse Kroll of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) will give a talk, entitled "Oxidative aging of organic aerosol: kinetics, mechanism, and impacts".  The lecture will be held in Rowland Hall room 390.
Tue, 03/22/2016 - Thu, 03/24/2016
AirUCI’s partner institute, the Advanced Power and Energy Program (APEP), is hosting ICEPAG 2016: Microgrid Global Summit to be held March 22-24, 2016.  This event is a gathering of global energy professionals focused on the business and technology issues of: Utility distribution Microgrids End user deployments Remote Microgrids The economics of Microgrids Microgrid controllers To capture an integrated view of clean energy systems more effectively than any other forum, the Microgrid Global Summit also addresses: The spectrum of clean energy generation...
Mon, 03/21/2016
Dr. Hajime Akimoto of the National Institute for Environmental Studies in Japan will give a talk entitled, "My Atmospheric Chemistry Research: Past and Present - Homage to Prof. James N. Pitts, Jr." on Monday, March 21st at noon in Natural Sciences 2, room 1201.  
Wed, 03/09/2016
NOTE: This page will be updated with new EACCO talks for the 2017-2018 school year as they are scheduled.   AirUCI has initiated a career seminar series called EACCO (Exposure to Advanced Chemistry Career Opportunities) in which past graduate students and post-doctoral researchers are returning to UCI (in person or via Skype) to share their career experiences and opportunities to benefit current graduate students and post-docs.  Returning PhD chemists and engineers are currently employed in several areas, including federal and state air quality and energy regulatory agencies,...