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[Illinois] CSE 2013: Parallel Stochastic Particle Methods for Atmospheric Aerosol Modeling

By Jeffrey Curtis

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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Jeffrey Curtis, Atmospheric Science

Jeffrey Curtis is a graduate student working in the Nicole Reimer group. His current research interests are in using the aerosol particle resolving model PartMC-MOSAIC and the Weather Research and Forecast model to examine spatial aging of black carbon aerosols and the associated impacts due to their optical and CNN activation properties. He also is interested in errors incurred due to the assumptions used in conventional aerosol representations in regional weather/climate models.

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  • Jeffrey Curtis (2013), "[Illinois] CSE 2013: Parallel Stochastic Particle Methods for Atmospheric Aerosol Modeling," https://nanohub.org/resources/18161.

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