Recent Announcements

  • Swarup China receives the Outstanding Scholarship Award "Outstanding Scholarship Award recognizing academic performance in areas such as excellent GPA, originality in research, leadership and teamwork"
    Posted by Claudio Mazzoleni
  • New collaborative paper in ACP Discussion Perturbations of the optical propertiesof mineral dust particles by mixingwith black carbon: a numericalsimulation study
    Posted Jan 27, 2015, 7:11 PM by Claudio Mazzoleni
  • Swarup's new paper on soot compaction in press in GRL Morphology and Mixing State of Aged Soot Particles at a Remote Marine Free Troposphere Site: Implications for Optical Properties
    Posted Jan 27, 2015, 7:12 PM by Claudio Mazzoleni
  • Article on Nature Website about Pico Mountain Observatory just made available on-line Click here
    Posted Oct 16, 2014, 7:55 PM by Claudio Mazzoleni
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Overview of Research Activities and Motivations

The research activities in the Environmental Optics Laboratory started in 2008 and are aimed at studying atmospheric processes regulating climate and affecting air quality. In particular, we are interested in studying the processes involving atmospheric aerosols and clouds.

Group Photo: EOL May 2013
    • Current members 
      • Swarup China - PhD student (Atmospheric Sciences)
      • Noopur Sharma - PhD student (Atmospheric Sciences)
      • Kendra Wright - PhD student (Physics)
      • Janarjan Bhandari  - PhD Student  (Atmospheric Sciences) 
      • Tyler Capek - PhD student (Physics)
      • Raven Stone - Undergraduate student (Physics)
      • Kaelan Anderson - Undergraduate student (Physics)
      • Nicole Niedermeier - Visiting scientist (from Germany) 
      • Giulia Girotto - Visiting Student (from Italy)