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

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Faculty:


Mark A. Zondlo

Mark A. Zondlo
Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Associated Faculty:
Program in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences (AOS)
Center for Mid-Infrared Technologies for Health and the Environment
Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials
Princeton Environmental Institute
Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Ph.D., Chemistry (physical, atmospheric) University of Colorado, 1999
B.A., Chemistry, Rice University, 1994
E-mail | Curriculum Vitae


Postdoctoral Researchers:


Dana Caulton

Dana Caulton
Postdoctoral Research Associate, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Ph.D., Analytical Chemistry, Purdue University, 2014
B.S., Chemistry, Indiana University, 2010

Center for Mid-Infrared Technologies for Health and the Environment
416 Bowen Hall
Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 08540
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Dana's research focuses on greenhouse gas emissions from natural gas infrastructure in the Marcellus. Her research interests include greenhouse gas emissions and inventories, boundary layer modeling and climate/policy interactions.

Bernhard Buchholz

Bernhard Buchholz
Dr.rer.nat., (Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany, 2014)
B.S. in Business Informatics (FernUniversität in Hagen, Germany, 2013)
B.S. in Business Administration and Economics (FernUniversität in Hagen, Germany, 2013)
Diplom Physik (Universität Heidelberg, Germany, 2010)

Center for Mid-Infrared Technologies for Health and the Environment
416 Bowen Hall
Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 08540
E-mail

Bernhard's major project targets are the new development and field deployment of novel airborne laser sensors as well as spectroscopy applications in industry. One major focus of his research is to link Metrology and Meteorology via first principle methods to transfer metrological principles to measurement in harsh environments.


Graduate Students:


Da Pan

Da Pan

Da is interested in the interaction between nitrogen cycle and our society. Da's research focuses on ecosystem-atmosphere exchanges of nitrogen species (NH3, N2O). He uses advanced sensors to investigate the spatial and temporal characteristics of NH3 and N2O fluxes on different scales. With these measurements, he also studies the drivers and impacts of the spatiotemporal variations. He is also interested in how international trade influences nitrogen cycle.
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Levi Golston

Levi Golston

Levi has been working on the development and deployment of a C2H6 sensor for our open-path mobile laboratory along with a lightweight CH4 sensor to meet the strict constraints need to operate on small unmanned aerial systems. His research works to improve methods for quantifying local-scale emissions using new measurements platforms with a focus on leakage of methane from natural gas systems. Levi is also interested in linking methane flux across spatial scales using multiple datasets.
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Xuehui Guo

Xuehui Guo

Xuehui is interested in monitoring of greenhouse gases from agriculture, such as CH4 and N2O.
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Opto-Mechanical Engineer:


Jim McSpiritt

Jim McSpiritt

Jim McSpiritt has experience working in mechanical engineering, quality assurance, technical documentation, fiber optics, and electronics. He enjoys tennis, roller coasters, reading, science and technology, and history.
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Undergraduate Students & Summer Researchers:


Jessica Lu, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Princeton University
Lars Wendt, NSF RET from Hunterdon Central Regional High School, Flemington, NJ


Alumni:


Postdocs:

Josh DiGangi

Josh DiGangi

Now Research Physical Scientist, NASA Langley Research Center

Anthony O'Brien

Anthony O'Brien

M. Amir Khan

Now Assistant Professor, Department of Physics and Engineering, Delaware State University

Lei Tao

Lei Tao

Now Researcher, NEC Laboratories America, Inc.

Grad Students:

David Miller

David Miller

Now Postdoctoral Researcher, Hastings Group at Brown University

Minghui Diao

Minghui Diao

Now NCAR ASP Fellow, National Center for Atmospheric Research

Kang Sun

Kang Sun

Now Postdoctroal Researcher, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics

Master, Undergrad, and Summer students:

Kevin Ross, B.S.E 2013
Qiushi Zhang, MS, 2013
Haley Lane, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Princeton University
Levi Stanton, Undergraduate, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Naomi Pohl, MIRTHE REU Student Victor Fu, MIRTHE REU Student Kevin Ross, B.S.E 2013
Loayeh Jumbam, MSE, 2010
Afusat Dirisu, Ph.D. (Postdoctoral Researcher: 2009)
Garnet Abrams, Undergraduate, Geosciences
Emma Bedard, Undergraduate, Chemical and Biological Engineering
Nicole McAndrew, Undergraduate, Chemical and Biological Engineering
Alex Trevisan, Undergraduate, Chemistry
Andrew Ortiz, MIRTHE REU Student
Oshane Mcrae, MIRTHE REU Student
Caitlyn Puzio, MIRTHE REU Student
Kristine Rafferty, MIRTHE REU Student
Jeff Schreiber, MIRTHE REU Student
David Tersegno, MIRTHE REU Student
Kathryn Nicolich, REU Student
George Apfelbach, REU Student
Elise Pusateri, REU Student
Joel E. Marlin, NSF High School Student
Humaira Admani, NSF High School Student
Brandon Parkes, NSF High School Student
Marissa Portenti, NSF High School Student


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