Jay Turner was quoted in an October 11 San Jose Spotlight news article "Affordable housing at East San Jose airport? Experts say it's in the soil". Subsequently, on October 16 he was interviewed live on KCBS All News Radio, San Francisco.
On October 11 Pradeep Prathibha presented and successfully defended her doctoral dissertation "Hyperlocal Air Quality Exposure Assessment to Support Health Studies". Her official graduation date will be December 2021. Congratulations, Pradeep!
We are pleased that Tyler Cargill and Yan He have joined the group. Both are rising second-year PhD students. Tyler is co-advised by Professor Brent Williams.
It has been a busy spring semester. Maryssa Loehr and Zhiyao Li passed passed their PhD proposals and are advanced to candidacy. First-year doctoral students Tyler Cargill, Yan He, and Runyu Zhao conducted research rotations with our group. Undergraduate student Vee Dols completed an Independent Study (guided research) project. Thanks for your contributions!
This week the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) released a report on options to reduce lead emissions from piston-engine aircraft. The charge was to consider existing non-leaded fuel alternatives, environmental concentrations of lead near airports where piston-powered aircraft are used, and potential mitigation measures to reduce environmental lead concentrations. Jay Turner served on the committee […]