Joost de Gouw's research interests are focused on the sources and chemical transformations of organic compounds in the atmosphere, and the role that these processes play in air quality and climate change. He uses field measurements of organic compounds by mass spectrometry and gas chromatography. His current projects include the formation of secondary organic aerosol from biogenic VOCs, the emissions and chemical transformations of VOCs in indoor environments, urban pollution chemistry, and the atmospheric impacts from oil and natural gas production.
CHEM 4171 - Instrumental Analysis - Lecture and Laboratory 1
Fall 2018 / Fall 2021
Two Lect. and 3 hours of lab per week. Instruction and experience in using instrumental methods of chemical analysis to address problems in chemistry, biochemistry, industrial chemistry and environmental chemistry.
CHEM 5152 - Advanced Atmospheric Chemistry
Follows Graduate Atmospheric Chemistry (CHEM 5151) and explores advanced topics in atmospheric chemistry, such as secondary aerosol formation, oxidant formation, the chemistry of global climate change and/or design of advanced laboratory experiments. Recommended prerequisite: CHEM 5151 or ATOC 5151. Same as ATOC 5152.
CHEM 6101 - Seminar: Analytical Chemistry
Student, faculty, and guest presentations and discussions of current research in analytical chemistry. Required of all analytical chemistry graduate students. Credit deferred until presentation of satisfactory seminar.
CHEM 6901 - Research in Chemistry
Spring 2019 / Fall 2019 / Spring 2020 / Fall 2020 / Spring 2021 / Fall 2021 / Spring 2022
May be repeated up to 15 total credit hours.