Undergraduate student Zhuoyu Peng
Welcome to the Pratt Lab blog! Dr. Kerri Pratt is an assistant professor in the Departments of Chemistry and Earth & Environmental Sciences and faculty associate of the Program in the Environment at the University of Michigan. We study the chemical interactions of atmospheric trace gases, particles, clouds, and snow, with a focus on the Polar Regions and wintertime environments. Our interdisciplinary research has relevance to climate change, air quality, and human health. As an analytical chemistry lab, we primarily apply novel mass spectrometry techniques to our field research. We invite you to follow our adventures in (and outside!) the lab!
Friday, October 24, 2014
Last Saturday, October 18th, senior undergraduate student Zhuoyu Peng (me) presented a poster "Characterization and Seasonal Variation of Cloud Water Chemistry at Whiteface Mt." about my research at the 2nd Annual Undergraduate Chemistry Fall Conference at the University of Michigan!
Friday, October 17, 2014
From Oct. 13-15, Prof. Kerri Pratt attended the "Workshop on Chemical Atmosphere-Snow-Sea Ice Interactions: taking the next big step in the field, lab & modelling" at the University of Cambridge in Cambridge, England!
Thursday, October 2, 2014
Congratulations to Chemistry PhD student Matt Gunsch for being awarded an University of Michigan Rackham Conference Travel Grant ($800) to attend the 33rd Annual American Association for Aerosol Research (AAAR) Conference in Orlando, FL later this month! Matt will present a poster on his research on the chemical composition of individual particles in northern Michigan from fieldwork at the University of Michigan Biological Station this past summer.