Researchers and Visitors

Research Faculty

Agustin J. (AJ) Colussi

Research Scientist

G26a Linde+Robinson Laboratory
MC 131-24
Pasadena, CA 91125
Research Group


Visiting Faculty

 

Chenyang (Sunny) Jiang

Visiting Associate in Environmental Science and Engineering

Linde+Robinson Laboratory
MC 131-24
Pasadena, CA 91125

Su Young Ryu

Senior Research Scientist

Linde+Robinson Laboratory
MC 131-24
Pasadena, CA 91125


Visitors

 

Marc M. Baum

Visitor in Environmental Science & Engineering

242B Keck Laboratory
MC 138-78
Pasadena, CA 91125


JPL Associates

David Crisp

David Crisp

Development of radiative transfer algorithms for remote sensing and climate models of Venus, Earth, and Mars; development of in situ atmospheric structure and meteorological instruments.

Randy Friedl

Randy Friedl

rfriedljpl.nasa.gov

Laboratory chemistry, reaction kinetics, reaction mechanisms, aerosol microphysics.

M.-T. Leu

M.-T. Leu

Atmospheric chemistry

James J. Margitan

James J. Margitan

Jim Margitan's research focuses on in situ measurements of ozone using instruments aboard balloons and high altitude aircraft. He is also the Discipline Program Manager for JPL's Atmospheric Chemistry Program.

Charles Miller

Charles Miller

Atmospheric Chemistry and Photochemistry, Molecular Spectroscopy, Carbon Cycle Science, Free Radical Structure/Reactivity Relationships.

Stanley Sander

Stanley Sander

Lab kinetics and photochemistry, atmospheric spectroscopy, satellite measurements.

Joao Teixeira

Joao Teixeira

Turbulence, clouds and climate: Using a variety of models and observations to better understand the interactions between the Earth’s climate system and small-scale processes, such as turbulence, convection and clouds.

Geoff Toon

Geoff Toon

Geoff Toon's research focuses on remote sensing the composition of the Earth's atmosphere by solar absorption FTIR spectrometry.

Duane Waliser

Duane Waliser

Intraseasonal Variability, Ocean-Atmosphere Interactions, Climate Dynamics, Modeling and Prediction, US CLIVAR MJO Working Group.

Chris Webster

Chris Webster

chris.r.websterjpl.nasa.gov

Chris Webster is engaged in the study the photochemistry and dynamics of Earth and planetary atmospheres. His Atmospheric Laser Spectroscopy Group at JPL develops and flies balloon, aircraft, and spacecraft state-of-the-art laser spectrometers for gas and mineral detection analysis.