The American Association for Aerosol Research is a nonprofit professional organization whose vision is to provide scientific forums and publications in all aspects of aerosol research, to encompass the diverse technical disciplines utilizing aerosol technology, and to engender aerosol research and innovation of the highest quality.
The National Research Council's Committee on the Significance of International Transport of Air Pollutants chaired by Dr. Charles Kolb has published the report: Global Sources of Local Pollution: An Assessment of Long-Range Transport of Key Air Pollutants to and from the United States (2009), National Academies Press.
Dr. Charles E. Kolb has been selected as a member of the inaugural class of Fellows of the American Chemical Society for his outstanding contributions to the chemical sciences and service to the ACS and the chemistry community. The announcement was made in the July 27, 2009 issue of ACS Chemical & Engineering News.
Aerodyne Research is pleased to announce that Dr. David D. Nelson has been elected a fellow of the Optical Society of America (OSA). Dr. Nelson was recognized by OSA "for innovation in infrared spectroscopy and its application to environmental science, assessment and monitoring, and industrial process optimization and control. " Dr. Nelson has worked at Aerodyne since 1989 and is currently co-Director of the Center for Atmospheric and Environmental Chemistry and Aerodyne's Vice President of Operations.