Category Archives: Research
Dr. DeCarlo was recently awarded the “Outstanding Early Career Research Achievement Award” from the College of Engineering. It’s always an honor to have the work of the group recognized at the college level. Read more here: http://drexel.edu/engineering/news-events/archive/2018/June/coe-awards-ceremony/
At the annual College of Arts and Sciences Award Ceremony, Erin Katz was the recipient of 2 awards from the Department of Chemistry. Great to see all your hard work recognized. Congratulations Erin!
Ben Werden was awarded the Koerner Family Award in 2018 as the representative from the Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering Department. This award recognizes the importance and quality of Ben’s graduate work. Congratulations Ben!
The DeCarlo group’s work on third hand smoke in non-smoking environments was just published in Science Advances. During this work, we found that third-hand smoke, or the residue of cigarette smoke left behind on surfaces, can contribute a significant fraction … Continue reading
It’s NSF official (Award 1341492)!! The DeCarlo group in collaboration with researchers from the University of Colorado are heading to Antarctica to measure aerosols in the Antarctic spring/summer. We’ll be taking our Aerosol Mass Spectrometer (Aerodyne Research Inc.), a new … Continue reading
Back by popular demand, more time-lapse Philly movies with Air Quality relevant measurements. This video was made for a presentation at the Franklin Institute to STEM Scholars, a group of STEM minded high students in the city of Philadelphia. It’s … Continue reading
Doug Goetz from the DeCarlo group was selected as a 2014 recipient of the Koerner Award in the Department of Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering. He was selected for this award based on his outstanding reasearch on Air Emissions from … Continue reading
Dr. DeCarlo gives talk at Unconventional Natural Gas Development Symposium at the University of Pennsylvania
Dr. DeCarlo was invited to give a short presentation on air quality impacts associated with unconventional natural gas development. The Symposium was well attended by local researchers, regulatory officials, industrial groups, elected officials, community groups, and medical professionals. There was good … Continue reading
The infinite patience and persistence of Wolfgang Nadler has paid off. We now have an operational weather station (support funding from the College of Arts and Sciences – THANK YOU!) and stationary camera atop Disque Hall. The Vaisala weather station … Continue reading
I recently gave a public lecture as part of the Science on Saturday program for the Princeton Plasma Physics Lab. The Science on Saturday program, now in it’s 30th year, is a great venue for researchers to share their passion … Continue reading