Understanding the Complexities of the Atmosphere
2015 Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
2013 MS, Chemical Engineering, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
2010 BS, Chemical Engineering, Columbia University
Faculty earn DOE Awards for Atmospheric Research
Carnegie Mellon University’s Coty Jen and Hamish Gordon have earned Department of Energy (DOE) awards for their work in atmospheric research.
CMU’s Dominic Casalnuovo earns NSF Graduate Fellowship
First-year Chemical Engineering Ph.D. student, Dominic Casalnuovo, has earned a fellowship in the prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship Program (NSF GRFP). His research focuses on developing new techniques for measuring trace gaseous pollutants in the atmosphere.
Jen and Sullivan quoted on wildfires
ChemE’s Coty Jen and MechE’s Ryan Sullivan were quoted in Salon about their experiences with wildfires in California.
Shared Air Podcast
Jen and Sullivan quoted on coronavirus
ChemE’s Coty Jen and MechE’s Ryan Sullivan appeared on MechE’s Albert Presto’s podcast, Shared Air, on the role of masks in the coronavirus pandemic.
Engineering ways to keep doctors safe from COVID-19
When Allegheny Health Network and Magee Plastics needed help perfecting their simple intubation boxes, they turned to Carnegie Mellon engineers Ryan Sullivan and Coty Jen.
Prescribed burns may introduce new atmospheric toxins
Prescribed burns are an effective method for managing forests and controlling wildfires. But burning such a large amount of built-up fuel can significantly impact regional air quality.