Presentation on October 25th:

Poster

number

First

Name

Last

Name

Organization

Poster

Title

25-1

James

Mattila

Colorado State University

Indoor measurements of chlorine bleach-related compounds using chemical ionization mass spectrometry

25-2

Chen

Wang

University of Toronto

Measurement of Indoor Organic Acids and HONO with Chemical Ionization Mass Spectrometry during HOMEChem

25-3

Brandon

Bottorff

Indiana University

Indoor Measurements of Nitrous Acid (HONO) and Hydroxyl Radicals (OH) by Laser Photofragmentation/Laser-Induced Fluorescence (LP/LIF)

25-4

Colleen

Rosales

Indiana University

Measurements of peroxy and hydroperoxyl radicals during HOMEChem

25-5

Emily

Reidy

Indiana University

Measurements of OH during HOMEChem

25-6

Rachel

O'Brien

College of William and Mary

Developing solvent extraction capabilities for indoor surfaces

25-7

Sarah

Haines

The Ohio State University

Modeling water uptake by indoor dust based on chemical composition and particle size

25-8

Michael

Alves

University of California San Diego

Surface Chemistry in Indoor Environments: Bridging Model systems and Field Measurements

25-9

Victor

Or

University of California San Diego

Probing the Morphological and Chemical State of Indoor Emissions on Window Glass

25-10

Heather

Schwartz-
Narbonne

University of Toronto

The photolysis of nitrate from TiO2 and paint surfaces via indoor light

25-11

Lucas

Algrim

CU Boulder

VOC uptake to indoor surfaces

25-12

Marc

Webb

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Reaction probabilities and deposition velocities of isoprene derivatives on "dirty" interior window surfaces under dry and humid conditions.

25-13

Glenn

Morrison

University of North Carolina

Boundary layer chemistry and indoor surface oxidation

25-14

Christian

George

CNRS

Photosensitized heterogeneous chemistry of on fatty acids and nicotine on indoor surfaces

25-15

Andrew

Abeleira

Colorado State University

O3, VOCs and NOx at HOMEChem: Analytical interferences and preliminary results

25-16

Haoran

Zhao

Illinois Institute of Technology

Penetration of outdoor NO2 and NOx into an unoccupied apartment unit

25-17

Trevor

VandenBoer

York University

Quantitative Production of Reactive Trace Gases

25-18

Youngbo

Won

Penn State University

CFD modeling of photochemical reactions in indoor environments

25-19

Shan

Zhou

Syracuse University

Spectrally resolved actinic fluxes and photolysis kinetics of key species in the UTest house during HOMEChem

25-20

Zilin

Zhou

University of Toronto

Multiphase ozonolysis of an unsaturated triglyceride present in cooking and skin oil

25-21

Azin

Eftekhari

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Continuous measurement of indoor/outdoor reactive oxygen species in a residential house

25-22

Caleb

Arata

University of California, Berkeley

VOC Emissions from Occupancy and Activities at HOMEChem

25-23

Derek

Price

University of Colorado Boulder

Identification of Sources of Trace Gases in an Art Museum using Mass Spectrometry and Positive Matrix Factorization

25-24

Michael

Walker

Washington University in St. Louis

Chemical Changes from Natural Ventilation: Insights from Chromatogram Binning - Positive Matrix Factorization

25-25

Gabriel

Isaacman-
VanWertz

Virginia Tech

Isomers and their impacts on interpreting chemical ionization mass spectrometry data

25-26

Laura

Ampolini

Drexel University

Factors affecting indoor ammonia concentrations during HOMEChem

Presentation on October 26th:

Poster

number

First

Name

Last

Name

Organization

Poster

Title

26-1

Brandon

Boor

Purdue University

Measurement Techniques for Exploring Nanocluster Aerosol Dynamics in Indoor Environments

26-2

Erin

Boedicker

Colorado State University

Spatial analysis of aerosols during HOMEChem stir-fry experiments

26-3

Jonathan

Gingrich

University of Texas at Austin

Analysis of the effectiveness of low-cost air quality monitors during the HOMEChem study

26-4

Yilin

Tian

University of California, Berkeley

Emission rates of total and fluorescent supermicron particles during HOMEChem

26-5

Sumit

Sankhyan

CU Boulder

Relationships between indoor and outdoor black and brown carbon aerosols during the HOMEChem study

26-6

Matson

Pothier

Colorado State University

Evolution of POA Emissions from HOMEChem

26-7

Erin

Katz

Drexel University

Turkey, toast, and particles: chemical characterization of PM1 emissions during cooking events

26-8

Wyatt

Brown

CU Boulder

Real-time Chemical Composition and Molecular Speciation of Aerosols in the Indoor Environment during Cooking

26-9

Bryan

Cummings

Drexel University

Implications of the 2D volatility basis set aging mechanism on indoor organic aerosol mass loading.

26-10

Mackenzie

Humes

Carnegie Mellon University

SOA Formation from Personal & Cleaning Products

26-11

Ashleigh

Bope

The Ohio State University

Phthalate degradation in house dust at elevated relative humidity conditions

26-12

Magdalena

Kruza

University of York

Impact of aging on chemical composition of SOA formed indoors

26-13

Lea

Hildebrandt Ruiz

The University of Texas at Austin

Gas-particle partitioning and PM composition during HOMEChem: Insights from a FIGAERO-CIMS

26-14

David

Lunderberg

UC Berkeley

Characterization of Airborne SVOC Dynamics during Household Cooking, Cleaning, and Occupancy Events

26-15

Claire

Fortenberry

Washington University in St. Louis

Molecular Composition and Phase Partitioning of Organic Particles and Gases in a Residential Environment with Natural Ventilation

26-16

Julia

Bakker-
Arkema

CU Boulder

IndoorChem: Building a Community through Science Writing and Social Media

26-17

Douglas

Booker

Lancaster University

Air quality indoor and outdoor: school children, vulnerability, and complex patterns of exposure in space and time

26-18

Charlotte

Farr

Lancaster University

Particles in Residential Environments under Different Ventilation Regimes

26-19

Demetrios

Pagonis

University of Colorado, Boulder

Indoor chemistry in a university art museum

26-20

Jose Guillermo

Cedeno
Laurent

Harvard Chan School of Public Health

Influence of Indoor Environments on Gut Microbiome During Extreme Heat Events

26-21

Shelly

Miller

University of Colorado Boulder

Cooking Emissions and Indoor Air Quality in High Performance and Passive Houses

26-22

Doug

Tobias

University of California, Irvine

Computational Studies of the Interactions of Volatile Organic Compounds with Hydroxylated Amorphous Silica

26-23

Ben

Deming

University of Colorado Boulder

Measurements of alkenes on indoor surfaces