Beth (Ann E.) Wittig
Ph. D. in Chemical Engineering (UT Austin, 1998)
Assistant Professor



Contact Information:


Office: (212) 650-8397
Steinman Hall T-104

Laboratory (212) 650-7890
Marshak Hall J-901

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RESEARCH INTERESTS

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  • Develop source apportionment models to identify the sources of reactive air pollutants
  • Develop new in-situ techniques for the near-real-time measurement of ambient aerosol
  • Characterize the spatial and temporal variations in ambient aerosol composition, size distribution, and precursors to learn about pollutant lifecycle and fate
  • Model the transport and dispersion of air pollutants in complex indoor spaces
  • Develop associations between ambient air quality and the health of sensitive populations
  • Improve engineering pedagogy via new course development and Engineers Without Borders student projects

 

HONORS AND AWARDS

  • Fellow of UCAR/NCAR Early Career Scientists Assembly (ECSA) Junior Faculty Forum on Future Scientific Directions (JFF); attended workshop at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) in Boulder CO, Aug 1-3 2006
  • Fellow of NSF Center for Sustainable Engineering Workshop; attended workshop at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh PA, Jul 18-21 2006
  • Fellow of ASCE Excellence in Civil Engineering Education (ExCEEd) Workshop; attended workshop at the US Military Academy in West Point NY, July 24-29 2005
  • Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society, 1998-current

 

CURRENT SPONSORS

  • CUNY Collaborative Incentive Research Program
  • PSC-CUNY Research Program
  • National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
  • University Transportation Research Center
  • NSF Engineering Research Center Program