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Name: Jang, Myoseon
Title: Associate Professor
Organization: Environmental Engineering Sciences, ESSIE
Education: Ph.D., Atmospheric Chemistry, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, CHapel Hill, NC, 1997
Office Address: PO BOX 116450 GAINESVILLE FL 32611
Email: mjang@ufl.edu
Telephone: 352-846-1744

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My research focuses on the study of the natural and anthropogenic chemical species involved in atmospheric processes and the analysis of their kinetics, thermodynamics, characterization, and modeling. I have demonstrated expertise in mathematical modeling as well as the design and operation of a range of reactors including indoor chambers, outdoor photochemical smog chambers, flow reactors. The state-of-the-art Atmospheric Photochemical Outdoor Reactor (UF-APHOR), among four worldwide, is used to simulate atmospheric photochemical aging of gaseous compounds and various aerosol sourced from combustion, kinetic reactions and water (fresh water, wetland, and ocean). These various studies have benefited research in other fields including the study of how particulate matter impacts climate change and human health.

Keywords: health effect; sulfuric acid; photooxidation; heterogeneous chemistry; outdoor chamber; secondary organic aerosol; ozone; mineral dust particle; volatile organic compound; climate forcing