A paper co-written by Robert J. Griffin, professor and chair of civil and environmental engineering at Rice University, has been named among the “most notable” published in 2018 in Aerosol Science and Technology.
“Simulated sensitivity of secondary organic aerosol in the South Coast Air Basin of California to nitrogen oxides and other chemical parameters” was published in the June issue.
"AS&T is the journal of my ‘home’ professional society," says Griffin, "so I consider this recognition, which was bestowed by my peers on the editorial board, to be a great honor."
Griffin’s co-authors are Matthew L. Dawson, a postdoctoral researcher at the Barcelona Supercomputing Center in Spain, and Donald Dabdub, professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at the University of California at Irvine.
"I will use this as motivation to continue doing high quality research to understand atmospheric chemistry and air quality."