Congrats to Karin and Maria

August 12, 2015

Congrats to Karin for two accepted papers, “Laboratory Studies of Collection Efficiency of Sub-micrometer Aerosol Particles by Cloud Droplets on a Single Droplet Basis” at A.C.P. and “Evaluation of DMA Size Selection of Dry Dispersed Mineral
Dust Particles” at Aero. Sci. Tech.  and to Maria for “Hygroscopic and phase separation properties of ammonium sulfate/organics/water ternary solutions” at A.C.P. !

Welcome to Michael Roesch!

May 1, 2015

On May 1, Michael Roesch will join the Cziczo group as our newest post doctoral associate. Michael will be working on separation of drops and ice crystals from cloud chambers. Welcome to the group Michael!


Congratulations to Costa Christopoulos – Recipient of a NOAA OED Hollings Scholarship

April 7, 2015

Congratulations to UROP Costa Christopoulos who was awarded a NOAA OED Hollings Scholarship!

Dan to speak at MIT’s School of Science Breakfast

February 14, 2015

On Thursday February 19 Dan will give a presentation at MIT’s School of Science Breakfast. A link to the event can be found here.

Maria’s paper published on ACPD

February 14, 2015

Maria Zawadowicz’s FTIR work has been accepted as a discussion paper on ACPD. When available a link to the paper will be provided in an updated post.

Welcome Fabian and Elizabeth

February 14, 2015

The Cziczo group welcomes two new additions for spring semester, 2015: Fabian Mahrt, a PhD candidate from ETH-Zurich will be in the group as a visiting student and Elizabeth Rider will join us as a UROP student. Welcome Fabian and Elizabeth!

Karin teaching Experimental Atmospheric Chemistry

October 1, 2014

During the fall term of 2014, Karin will be teaching Experimental Atmospheric Chemistry at MIT. This mixed undergraduate and graduate course is part of MIT’s Atmospheric Chemistry Minor.

Dan on sabbatical at NOAA

October 1, 2014

During October, 2014 Dan will be on sabbatical at the NOAA Chemical Sciences Division in Boulder, CO. Hosted by Dan Murphy and Karl Froyd, Dan will be working on projects including the role of mineral dust in the atmosphere.

Congratulations to Shaena Berlin

June 4, 2014

Shaena Berlin successfully defended her M.S. thesis, entitled “An electrodynamic balance (EDB) for extraterrestrial cloud formation studies” in MIT’s Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences. This summer Shaena will begin a full-time position at ENVIRON.

Karin’s seminar at University of New Hampshire

April 1, 2014

On Thursday April 3 Karin Ardon-Dryer will give the Department of Chemistry seminar at the University of New Hampshire on her work on ice nucleation at MIT.


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