Atmospheric aerosol particles affect air quality, human health, and global climate. The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) Atmospheric Chemistry Group (https://sites.google.com/uah.edu/shanhulee) is seeking talented and motivated graduate students to perform research in the area of air pollution, atmospheric chemistry, and aerosol particles. Specifically, this advertised project aims to understand atmospheric formation and growth processes, via laboratory and field observations and data simulations. We utilize the state of art mass spectrometers and aerosol instruments. Strong background in physical sciences (mathematics, chemistry, and chemical/environmental engineering), and experimental and computing skills are required. Graduate research assistant stipends ($26,000 to $28,400 per year) and tuition (around $18,000 per year) will be paid fully. If you are interested in, please send your CV, contact information of three references, transcript(s), and PDF of publications to Dr. Shanhu Lee (email@example.com).
Graduate Research Assistant
University of Alabama in Huntsville