Welcome to the Aerosol and Air Quality Research Laboratory

The Aerosol and Air Quality Research Laboratory (AAQRL) is housed in the Department of Energy, Environmental and Chemical Engineering​ at Washington University in St. Louis. Our focus is on research and education related to particulates in gaseous suspension, known as aerosols. AAQRL’s contributions to this field span the full process of technology development, from synthesis and characterization to eventual application. Through this research, we aim to mitigate the negative impacts of aerosols on the environment and leverage their potential for positive contributions to society.

Applications of aerosol science and technology include nanoparticle synthesis, advanced material synthesis, pharmaceuticals, medicine, biological systems, electronics, air pollution control, atmospheric issues, global climate change, and energy.​

We invite you to take a virtual tour and learn more about us, and the exciting field of Aerosol Science and Engineering.​



News

Events

Prof. Biswas appointed Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Aerosol Science
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CASE: Technical Session on Tube Fittings
March 3, 3:00 p.m.
Brauer 3015
Ahmed Abokifa travels to the USEPA in Cincinnati  to test drinking water quality simulation models developed at AAQRL
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Group Meetings  
Fridays, 4:00 p.m. ​
Brauer Hall 3015
Prof. Biswas featured on St.Louis Public Radio
EECE Friday Seminar Series
Fridays, 11:00 a.m.
Brauer Hall 012
 


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 AAQRL Highlights:
Research​ on the synthesis of highly oriented, single-crystalline Ti02 nano-columns by aerosol chemical vapor deposition (ACVD) for high-rate Li-ion batteries was featured on the inside cover of Energy Technology.


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​​Energy and Environmental Initiatives​: