The Computational Atmospheric Chemistry and Exposure Laboratory, led by Dr. Kristina Wagstrom, specializes in applying computational engineering-based approaches to address problems related to air pollution and atmospheric chemistry. This includes creating new and expanded modeling approaches, using community-developed computational tools to directly answer pressing scientific questions, and using low-cost monitoring tools to expand the observational data available for model evaluation and development. The overarching goal of the laboratory is to bridge the gap between the basic scientific understanding of the transport and transformation of atmospheric pollutants and the tools policy makers use to develop potential air pollution strategies.
January 5, 2017: Please see our newest publication:
Lamancusa et al. (2017) Spatially resolved intake fraction estimates for primary and secondary particulate matter in the United States, Atmospheric Environment. 150: 229-237.
January 5, 2017: There are several undergraduate research openings in the CACE Lab. Please see the descriptions under Research.
June 21, 2016: The CACE Lab would like to congratulate Fatema on the successful completion of her General Exam!
June 16, 2016: The CACE Lab would like to congratulate Carmen on the successful completion of his General Exam!