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 seeking passionate Ph.D., Master, and Undergraduate students to join the group. Please check out our Openings.
Huiru Zhao (Group Secretary) joins the groupFeb. 16, 2022
GEMS ozone paper published in AEDec. 14, 2021
Lei Shu gives a talk about her GEMS work at AGU Fall MeetingAug. 19, 2021
Xiaoxing Zuo (Master student) joins the groupJul. 29, 2021
Advances in forecasting air pollution is reported by Nature Portfolio