Congratulations to environmental science, policy, and management professor Allen Goldstein on becoming a fellow of the American Association for Aerosol Research (AAAR). The association recognizes Goldstein for his contributions to aerosol science and technology, as well as his service to the AAAR. Goldstein is the second faculty member of UC Berkeley to become an AAAR Fellow.
Goldstein’s research has tackled one of the most challenging problems in atmospheric-organic constituents. He is responsible for developing the Thermal desorption Aerosol Gas chromatograph, a novel experimental technique which measures the hourly resolution of organic aerosol compounds. As the co-Chair for the International Global Chemistry Program and a member of the National Academy of Sciences Future of Atmospheric Chemistry Committee, Goldstein has mentored a new generation of atmospheric and aerosol scientists.