In the Kaiser group, our research aim is to improve the understanding of the emissions and atmospheric processes that influence air quality and climate. Our work focuses largely on volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which are reactive organic species that are precursors to ozone and aerosol. Our research is grounded in insights from field, and aimed at understanding atmospheric composition at broad spatial and temporal scales.

A view of Atlanta from the Georgia Tech's ES&T rooftop lab

Join our team!

We are looking for Ph.D. students to join our team starting in Fall 2019. Previous experience in environmental science/engineering, atmospheric science, atmospheric chemistry, or data analysis is valuable, though not required. Potential projects include atmospheric chemical transport modeling, data interpretation, and deployment of instrumentation in the field. Applicants are encouraged to contact Dr. Kaiser to discuss their research interests and potential projects.

Students can apply through either Civil and Environmental Engineering or Earth and Atmospheric Sciences.