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Kenneth T. Whitby Award American Association for Aerosol Research. The award honors Kenneth T. Whitby, known for his contributions to aerosol measurement, the study of aerosol properties and behavior, and the nature of atmospheric aerosols. .

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Kenneth t whitby award american association for aerosol research

Kenneth T. Whitby Award

American Association for Aerosol Research


Kenneth t whitby award american association for aerosol research

The award honors Kenneth T. Whitby, known for his contributions to aerosol measurement, the study of aerosol properties and behavior, and the nature of atmospheric aerosols.

The Kenneth T. Whitby Award“recognizes outstanding technical contributions to aerosol science and technology by a young scientist. The purpose of the award is to encourage continued work in the field and ongoing support of such endeavors”.


2012 recipient of the kenneth t whitby award

2012 Recipient of the Kenneth T. Whitby Award

  • Jesse Kroll

  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology

  • Nominated by Dr. Neil M. Donahue

  • Ph.D., Chemistry, Harvard University Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, 2002

  • Currently Assistant Professor in the Departments of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Chemical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

  • Over 60 refereed journal articles cited over 3000 times

  • “His experience in atmospheric chemistry is broad and diverse, ranging from very fundamental laboratory studies of oxidation chemistry to field measurements of aerosol composition.”

  • “His recent paper in Nature Chemistry (2011) entitled ‘Carbon oxidation state as a metric for describing the chemistry of atmospheric organic aerosol’ will soon be considered a classic … his work has introduced new paradigms”

  • “He will be a leader among the young generation of aerosol scientists and atmospheric chemists.”


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