AOS Applications Seminar: Satellite PM2.5 with Randall Martin (Washington University in St. Louis)
   (Recording and presentation are unavailable for this seminar)
 Thursday, 14-Sep-2023
 1 -2 PM ET

Seminar Speaker: Dr. Randall Martin

About the Speaker – Randall V. Martin is the Raymond R. Tucker Distinguished Professor in the Department of Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering at Washington University. His research is at the interface of satellite remote sensing, global modeling, and measurements, with a focus on characterizing atmospheric composition. He leads an open-source global community model of atmospheric composition (GEOS-Chem), leads a global fine particulate matter network (SPARTAN) to evaluate and enhance satellite-based estimates of fine particulate matter, and serves on multiple NASA and NOAA science teams including HAQAST, MODIS-VIIRS Atmosphere, TEMPO, MAIA, and ACX. His professional honors include an Atmospheric Sciences Ascent Award by the American Geophysical Union, being named a Highly Cited Researcher by the Web of Science, and being recognized by - Leading Academic Research Portal as one of the top 50 environmental scientists worldwide. Google Scholar reports over 80,000 citations of his publications.