Dr. Hans Moosmüller received the 2012 Nevada Regents’ Researcher award, the top honor given to an NSHE researcher. Hans’ research is based on measurements of aerosol physical and optical properties, utilized to understand aerosol characteristics in relation to air pollution and climate change. This research provides a greater understanding of the climate system, which can be used in future scenarios and for developing mitigation measures.
Dr. Rajan Chakrabarty received the 2012 NSHE Rising Research Award from the Desert Research Institute for his academic leadership, record of publications, patents, and funding sources accomplished as a DRI postdoctoral fellow, and now Assistant Professor. Rajan’s research focuses on single-particle microphysical characterization of non-spherical aerosols and hydrometeors using novel experimental and analytical methods.
Congratulations to Dr. Hans Moosmüller and Dr. Rajan Chakrabarty!