Atmospheric Chemistry and Composition Group
Prof. Mark A. Zondlo
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Center for Mid-Infrared Technologies for Health and the Environment
Princeton University

Contact Information:

E403 Engineering Quad
Phone: 609-258-5037

CEE / Princeton
Engineering Quadrangle E209A
Olden Street
Princeton, NJ 08544

Bowen Hall 206

206 Bowen Hall
70 Prospect Avenue
Princeton, NJ 08540

Prospective Graduate Students: Princeton’s Graduate School receives applications and admits students, please refer to its website for more information on policies, application package, and deadlines. Past graduate students in our group have come from a variety of disciplines but have strong quantitative coursework and expertise in the fields of engineering, atmospheric science, chemistry, or physics in most cases. Communication of research findings is essential, and thus strong verbal and writing skills are required.

Prospective Postdoctoral Researchers: Postdoctoral opportunities occur intermittently. Depending upon the project, expertise is needed in areas ranging from laser-based detection schemes in the mid-infrared to instrument development to atmospheric field projects to analyses of atmospheric datasets in concert with other in-situ measurements, model products, and remote sensing measurements. Opportunities will be posted on Princeton’s Human Resources page.

Prospective summer undergraduate students: Princeton students can look to the PEI summer internships, while outside students can look for opportunities in the MIRTHE REU and PCCM/PRISM REU programs.

Due to liability laws for minors and the highly technical nature of our laser sensing experimental laboratory, we do not accept high school student requests to work in the group.

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