Welcome to the Atmospheric Chemistry Modeling & Remote Sensing Research Group @ SUSTech. Our goal is to better understand processes governing the distributions of atmospheric species, and their implications for air quality, public health, and climate.
To this end, our research combines modeling, remote sensing, and data assimilation techniques. We work with researchers all over the world through collaborative model development, satellite missions, field campaigns, and global measurement networks.
We are part of the School of Environmental Science and Engineering at SUSTech, a new research-oriented public university in Shenzhen - the innovation center of China.
We are seeking passionate Ph.D., Master, and Undergraduate students to join the group. Please check out our Openings.
Multisource ozone data assimilation paper published in ACPDec. 13, 2022
Shuai Sun presents his validation work at AGU Fall MeetingSep. 17, 2022
NMVOC emissions response to urbanization paper published in GRLSep. 1, 2022
Dakang Wang is now an associate professor at Guangzhou UniversityAug. 1, 2022
Lei Shu is now an associate professor at Fujian Normal University