The focus of the May Research Group is Air Quality, which transcends the boundaries of traditional academic disciplines. Air quality research can include, but is not limited to, elements of the following areas: Environmental Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Atmospheric Science, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Environmental Science, Public Health, and Public Policy. Hence, this is a field that is highly interdisciplinary and that provides many opportunities for collaboration.
PhD student in data analytics of aircraft-sampled aerosols: NOAA AC4 machine learning
Graduate student in field sampling of PFAS: USGS PFAS
Post-doc in lab characterization of PFAS: NSF ATC PFAS