Emily is an Atmospheric Physics Ph.D. trainee at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. She is completing her 3rd year and operates in the Laboratory for Atmospheric Studies and Particle Light Interaction under the assistance of Dr. Adriana Rocha Lima. She has an interest in enhancing the physicalparameterizationof environment designs through a much better understanding of physical procedures that drive the environment. Her thesis work beings in the area in between physical measurements and environment modeling and looks for to enhance the physical parameterization of surface area wind speed and aerosolized dust, which belongs to the basic objective of enhancing aerosol physics parameterization in worldwide environment designs.
She likewise takes pleasure in promoting for females and underrepresented trainees in STEM and in her leisure time, you’ll discover her checking out whatever Maryland and D.C. need to provide or discovering brand-new roller-skating techniques.
Alicia is a 3rd year Ph.D. trainee at the University of Wisconsin– Madison in the Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences department dealing with Dr. Tracey Holloway. In her research study, she utilizes the Community Multiscale Air Quality (CMAQ) design to comprehend how nighttime N2O5 chemistry effects daytime ozone concentration and particle structure. Both ozone and PM2.5 are necessary elements of air quality to study since of their influence on human health and the environment.
Prior to participating in UW Madison, she dealt with Dr. Don Blake at University of California– Irvine studying land fill emissions for her Master of Science (M.S). She made her Bachelor of Science (B.S) in Chemistry and Anthropology from Beloit College.
Kylie Hoffman is a fourth-year college student at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. She made her bachelor’s degree in Meteorology in 2017 and is presently working towards her Ph.D. in Atmospheric Physics. Kylie’s existing research study interests consist of dealing with active and passive remote noticing observations to evaluate the most affordable layer of the environment, the Planetary Boundary Layer (PBL).
Her thesis subject is examining the impact of assembling air masses on PBL characteristics and thermodynamics in the Southern Great Plains area to enhance the forecast of thunderstorms.
David is presently a first-year Ph.D. trainee at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), with a concentration in tropical cyclogenesis on terrestrial and aqua-covered exoplanets. In Spring 2021, he made his bachelor’s degree in Atmospheric Science at the University at Albany, SUNY.
Enjoyable Fact: Before he signed up with SaSa, he was formerly aNASA Student Airborne Research Program (SARP)trainee throughout Summer 2020 (Go AeroSOULS!).
Maurice is pursuing a Ph.D. in Atmospheric Physics from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. His research study focuses on utilizing observational datasets to study air contamination in seaside areas. He deals with remote picking up instruments, like LIDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) and Spectrometers, along within-situinstruments, like Sondes and Air Samplers, to much better comprehend how concentrations of toxins like ozone and nitrogen dioxide modification in place and time.
He likewise utilizes Python for information analysis and tool advancement.