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).

2015

Wed, 02/11/2015
On February 11, 2015 AirUCI will host a lecture by Prof. Mary Shultz of Tufts University entitled "Collective Modes and Growth at the Single Crystal Ice Surface."  The talk will be held at noon in Rowland Hall 390.
Mon, 02/09/2015
On February 9th, Dr. Xiao-Xing Yu of Pacific Northwest National Lab will present a talk entitled "In situ probing of environmental liquid surfaces and interfaces using microfluidics: Toward multimodal and mesoscale imaging."  The talk will be held at noon in Rowland Hall room 390.
Mon, 01/26/2015
Dr. Daniel Knopf of SUNY Stony Brook will give a lecture entitled "The Role of Phase State and Interface in Ice Nucleation and Multiphase Chemical Kinetics" at noon on January 26, 2015 in Natural Sciences 2 room 1201.
Thu, 01/22/2015
As part of the Eminent Lecture Series presented by the UCI Department of Chemistry, AirUCI Director Barbara Finlayson-Pitts will give a talk entitled "Air Pollution, Acid Rain, And Climate Change: Perspectives from the Past and Future Challenges."  The lecture will be held on January 22, 2015 at 4:00 pm at the Donald Bren Hall room 6011.  A reception will follow.  To attend, please RSVP by January 19th at www.chem.uci.edu/ELS.
Tue, 01/20/2015
Dr. James Smith of the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) in Boulder, Colorado will present a lecture at noon on Tuesday, January 20th in Natural Sciences 2 room 1201.  The talk is entitled "Understanding the chemical processes that affect growth rates of atmospheric nanoparticles."
Wed, 01/07/2015
AirUCI researchers will make a virtual classroom visit to C. E. Utt Middle School in Tustin, California on Wednesday, January 7th.  Utt chemistry teachers Kristina Posavec and Ian Williamson will preside over seven periods of chemistry classes during the whole day, while AirUCI team members give presentations on our research and answer student questions via Skype.  We'll also present a virtual lab tour showing students our advanced equipment and giving them a taste of our experiments.  At least 14 AirUCI team members will participate in this outreach, from undergraduates to...
Mon, 01/05/2015
Professor Heather Allen of the Ohio State University will present a lecture at noon on Monday, January 5th entitled “Organization at the Air-Water Interface: Atmospheric Aerosols to Biomembranes”.  The talk will be held in Natural Sciences Building 2, room 1201.    

2014

Fri, 12/19/2014
On Friday, December 19th, the Environmental Health Sciences Graduate Program Seminar will be held from 3:30 to 5:00 pm at UCI's Center for Occupational and Environmental Health.  Professor Jesus Araujo (MD, PhD, Associate Professor, Division of Cardiology) of the UCLA School of Medicine will present a lecture entitled "Air Pollution and Heart Disease: Where is the Missing Link?" The Center for Occupational and Environmental Health is located at 100 Theory Drive (off California Avenue between Bison and Academy) Suite 100, and the lecture will be held in the large conference...
Thu, 11/06/2014 - Fri, 11/07/2014
AirUCI Director Barbara Finlayson-Pitts has been invited to present the prestigeous Walter J. Chute lectures at Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia.  The Chute public lecture, entitled “Air Pollution, Acid Rain, and Climate Change: Perspectives from the Past and Future Challenges,” will be held on November 6th, 2014.  The Chute research lecture, “Mysteries of Particles in Air: Research Challenges and Why We Should Care,” will take place on November 7th and will be attended by the university's faculty, graduate students, and researchers as well...
Wed, 11/05/2014
AirUCI Director Barbara Finlayson-Pitts has been invited to deliver two lectures at Trent University in Ontario, Canada on November 5, 2014.  The public lecture is entitled "Air Pollution, Acid Rain, and Climate Change: Perspectives from the Past and Future Challenges" while the research colloquium is entitled "The Birth and Growth of Particles in Air: Future Challenges and Why We Should Care."