Mentor: Dr. Barron Henderson
College of Engineering
"I became involved with research to help prepare myself for a career in engineering, as well as to experience science and decide whether I wish to pursue graduate studies beyond a master's degree."
- Air Quality Modeling
- Wastewater Treatment
UF University Scholars Program
Florida Bright Futures Award
UM CAE Undergraduate Research Scholarship
- Alternative Spring Breaks
Hobbies and Interests
Effects of Nitrate Chemistry on Tropospheric Ozone Modeling
During this project I will use the Comprehensive Air Quality Model with Extensions (CAMx) to quantitatively study and evaluate the effects of updated nitrogen chemistry on the formation of tropospheric ozone, which has been identified as a criteria pollutant under the National Ambient Air Quality Standards. This information on ozone will in turn be used to further understand the effects of this atmospheric chemistry on projected threats to human health in urban centers.