In 2008, the AAAR Board of Directors established a category of Fellow to honor significant contributions by individuals to the discipline of aerosol science and technology, and service to AAAR. AAAR Fellows are expected to actively promote the field of aerosol science and technology and the ideals of AAAR. The AAAR Fellow title will be retained as long as the individual is living.
Below is a list of the current AAAR Fellows:
Mark Hoover, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
Barbara Turpin, Rutgers University, New Jersey
Paul A. Solomon, U. S. Environmental Protection Agency
Lynn Russell, University of California, San Diego
Williams Hinds, University of California, Los Angeles - Los Angeles, CA
Spyros Pandis, Carnegie Mellon University - Pittsburgh, PA
Christopher Sorensen, Kansas State University - Manhattan, KS
Anthony Wexler, University of California, Davis - Davis, CA
Douglas Worsnop, Aerodyne Research Inc - Billerica, MA / University of Helsinki - Helsinki, Finland
Heinz Fissan, University Duisburg-Essen, Duisburg, Germany
Sonia Kreidenweis, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO
Pratim Biswas, Washington University – St. Louis, MO
Warren Finlay, University of Alberta – Edmonton, AB, Canada
William Nazaroff, University of California, Berkeley – Berkeley, CA
Yung Sung Cheng, Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute – Albuquerque, NM
Cliff Davidson, Carnegie Mellon University – Pittsburgh, PA
David Ensor, RTI International – Research Triangle Park, NC
Rick Flagan, California Institute of Technology – Pasadena, CA
Susanne Hering, Aerosol Dynamics, Inc. – Berkeley, CA
Phil Hopke, Clarkson University – Potsdam, NY
Ben Liu, MSP Corporation – Shoreview, MN
Roger McClellan, Toxicology & Risk Analysis – Albuquerque, NM
Peter McMurry, University of Minnesota – Minneapolis, MN
David Pui, University of Minnesota – Minneapolis, MN
John Seinfeld, California Institute of Technology – Pasadena, CA
Gil Sem, TSI, Inc. – Lauderdale, MN
Ron Wolff, Nektar Therapeutics – San Carlos, CA
The following are the requirements for appointment as Fellows:
- Active contributor in the field of aerosol science and engineering for more than 15 years
- Significant number of publications in the field of aerosol science and technology
- Demonstrated service to the Association (elected official, committee service, conference chair, etc.)
- Has promoted the discipline of aerosol science and technology
- The nomination must be made by a AAAR member and include the following
- Maximum 3 page letter highlighting the major accomplishments of the nominee, the impact of the same on the field of aerosol science and technology, and ways in which the nominee has served AAAR and the field of aerosol science and technology.
- A document listing service to the Association even if this information is included in the nominating letter.
- Supporting letters from two other AAAR members which do not exceed 2 pages each.
Logistics of Appointment as Fellows:
The maximum number of Fellows that can be elected in any given year shall be 0.2% of the AAAR membership or 2 people, whichever is larger. Selection is based on a simple majority vote of all existing AAAR Fellows. Nominations will be received once a year and submitted to the Management Office following the timeline outlined on the AAAR website at the time of the call for Fellow nominations.
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