While at Washington University in St. Louis, one of the primary projects I worked on was the Volatility and Polarity Separator (VAPS), an instrument used to resolve organic aerosols based on polarity and volatility. It has been published in Aerosol Science & Technology here as of February 2016.
I make things at MIT as a fellow of the Tata Center. Atmospheric Chemistry & Physics
Ph.D. student. Open science advocate.
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