Portrait of Jennifer Kaiser.

Jennifer Kaiser

Assistant Professor

In the Kaiser group, we work to improve the understanding of the emissions and atmospheric processes that influence air quality and climate. Our research focuses largely on volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which are reactive organic species that are precursors to ozone and aerosol. Our work is grounded in insights from field, and aimed at understanding atmospheric composition at broad spatial and temporal scales.


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Departmental Bio

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  • Georgia Institute of Technology

    College of Engineering
    School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
    Research Focus Areas:
  • Social & Environmental Impacts
  • Additional Research:
    • Climate/Environment
    • Atmospheric Chemistry, Aerosols & Clouds
    • Remote Sensing
    • Atmospheric composition and chemistry
    • Biogenic and anthropogenic emissions
    • Global chemistry-transport modeling
    • In-situ and remote sensing

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