Throughout the year AirUCI sponsors lectures by some of the leading researchers in the field of Atmospheric Chemistry. In addition, each year we conduct workshops that bring together many of these eminent researchers where the latest findings are shared and discussed.
Check our Events page for the schedule of upcoming workshops, lectures, lab tours, and other AirUCI events.
If you are a community college instructor in Chemistry, you may apply for a summer research post with AirUCI. Our summer positions last up to 10 weeks and involve experimental, theoretical, or modeling research in our labs at UCI. In addition, you will have the opportunity to participate in our workshops and attend lectures given by leading researchers in the field of Atmospheric Chemistry.
For more information or to apply, please contact Melissa Sweet at (949) 824-2628.
Postdoctoral Researcher Positions — open positions now!
Would you like to join our AirUCI team? We often have openings for postdoctoral researchers under each of our PIs. We encourage you to explore the work of the individual PIs on our People page and submit a cover letter and CV to the professor whose team you might like to join. You can also send them to Melissa Sweet at the address on our Contact Us page.
Are you concerned about the health of our planet? Are you looking to make a donation that will work to solve environmental issues and health concerns? Our vision is to grow AirUCI as we address key problems, including:
- air pollution and its control
- water quality issues
- effects of pollution on human health
- advances in energy development
- applications of these to climate change
AirUCI has a proven track record in these critical areas and has contributed enormously to global research in these fields... and we are seeking support in our efforts to grow. AirUCI’s reputation as a leading institute in the field of atmospheric chemistry enhances the scientific prestige of the UC Irvine community, Orange County, the state of California, and our nation.
You can assist with an endowment, state-of-the-art instrumentation housed in an appropriate facility, and other support that will directly work to solve the environmental and health crises we face. For more information, contact Melissa Sweet at 949-824-2628.