The Andlinger Center website has a Q/A with AOS Associated Faculty Member Mark Zondlo, the center’s associate director for external partnerships and associate professor of civil and environmental engineering. Zondlo develops tools to measure air pollution in more sophisticated and nimble ways than previously possible. His specially engineered laser sensors and drones help reveal the impact of greenhouse gases and air pollutants on the climate, where pollutants come from, and how clouds of air pollution – such as smog – form.
AOS Associated Faculty Member Mark Zondlo - Probing Air Pollution with Laser Sensors and Drones
Friday, Dec 15, 2017