Ph.D. (Chemistry), University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (2008)
Sc.B. (Civil Engineering), Brown University (1999)
Dr. Rosen joined the staff of Southwest Sciences as a Senior Research Scientist in September 2010. From 2008 to 2010, he was a postdoctoral researcher at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill where he investigated in-situ formation and oxidation processes of organic aerosols using an outdoor smog chamber and developed new instrumentation for real-time analysis of aerosol composition. His doctoral work at UNC focused on using TOF mass spectrometry to measure heterogeneous kinetics involving morphologically complex organic aerosols.
Dr. Rosen’s research interests include:
- Development of sensitive mass spectrometric methods for quantitative chemical analysis of aerosol particles,
- Development of light-scattering and mobility methods for particle detection and sizing,
- Development of methods to manipulate particle morphology and composition,
- Characterizing and modeling particle nucleation processes.
Dr. Rosen is an author of 4 publications. firstname.lastname@example.org