Welcome to the Stevens Lab!

Research in our group focuses on the characterization of the chemical mechanisms in the atmosphere that influence regional air quality and global climate change. An accurate understanding of this chemistry is essential to assess, control and predict the impact of anthropogenic perturbations on the chemical and radiative properties of the atmosphere. Research projects in our group involve laboratory experiments that isolate important chemical reactions and field measurements and computer modeling of the atmosphere, both indoors and outdoors.

Group News

Congratulations Colleen for winning best poster at Indoor Chem 2018!
Congratulations Dr. Rickly! Pam is off to a postdoc at NOAA in Boulder!
Check out the HOMEChem trailer!

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Professor Philip Stevens
O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs
and Department of Chemistry
MSB-II 306

Collaborate with research groups around the world doing research that has important implications for the world we live in!

Apply to our Ph.D programs in Environmental Science or Chemistry!