Faculty Member Rodney Weber Interviewed by WABE
Earth & Atmospheric Sciences' Dr Rodney Weber was recently interviewed by WABE 90.1 FM on how dust from brakes and tires can impact health. You can read and hear the interview here. The findings are from an article: "Higly Acidic Ambient Particles, Soluble Metals, and Oxidative Potential: A Link between Sulfate and Aerosol toxicity" , which is co-authored by Dr. Athanasios Nenes, also of Earch & Atmospheric Sciences.
Dr. Weber obtained his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering in 1995 from University of Minnesota and joined Georgia Tech as an Assistant Professor in 1998. His areas of research include tropospheric aerosol particles and development of particle measurement systems. In 2010 he won the EAS Outstanding Faculty Research Author Award and recently the College of Sciences Faculty Mentorship award. Rodney is also a member of both American Association for Aerosol Research (AAAR) and American Geophysical Union (AGU).
Dr. Athanasios Nenes
Dr. Nenes, Professor in the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, received his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from California Institute of Technology in 2002. He arrived at Georgia Tech in 2002 as an Assistant Professor and promoted to Professor in 2011. His research focuses on advancing the description of aerosols and aerosol-cloud interactions in atmospheric models through the combination of observations, theory and modeling. He is also heavily involved in field measurement programs (both ground-based as well as airborne) focusing on understanding the climate and health impacts of ambient aerosol from a wide variety of sources. Dr. Nenes has recently been awarded the American Geophysical Union Ascent Award and the Georgia Institute of Technology Faces of Inclusive Excellence.
- Rodney Weber's EAS Faculty Page
- Rodney Weber's Research Group Website
- Athanasios Nenes' EAS Faculty Page
- Athanasios Nenes' Research Group Website