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Our project on chemistry-atmosphere interactions is funded by the Schiller Institute

Thanks to the Schiller Institute SIGECS grant, our group is funded to work on understanding the gas-phase reaction mechanisms, kinetics, and thermochemistry of important tropospheric organic molecules via first-principle modeling. Furthermore, by collaborating with Prof. Ming at the Earth and Environmental Sciences department, we will incorporate complex chemistry into global fluid mechanics and meteorology simulations to study the transport and fate of these reactive intermediates and their impacts on tropospheric free acidity.

This exciting project transcends the boundaries of traditional scientific disciplines, placing chemistry at the epicenter of a truly cross-disciplinary endeavor and highlighting the crucial role of atmospheric chemistry in understanding the natural environment.

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