American Association for Aerosol Research

Awards

Kenneth Whitby

Kenneth T. Whitby Award

The Kenneth T. Whitby Award recognizes outstanding technical contributions to aerosol science and technology by a young scientist. The purpose of the award is to encourage continued work in the field and ongoing support of such endeavors.

The award memorializes Kenneth T. Whitby, known for his contributions to aerosol measurement, the study of aerosol properties and behavior, and the nature of atmospheric aerosols. Whitby established the University of Minnesota's Particle Technology Laboratory in the Department of Mechanical Engineering.

Eligibility for the 2014 Award

  • Nominee must have earned his/her highest degree in 2004 or later.
  • At least one letter of nomination must be submitted by a current AAAR member.
  • At least two but no more than five additional supporting letters (need not be from AAAR members; cannot be from a member of the Awards Committee).
  • Nominee's curriculum vitae

The letters must state the particular reasons for nominating the individual. The curriculum vitae should include a list of published work.

List of Recipients

1984 — Asit K. Ray
1985 — Juan Fernández de la Mora
1986 — Thomas W. Peterson
1987 — Gideon S. Grader
1988 — Sotiris E. Pratsinis
1989 — Jin Jwang Wu
1990 — Toivo T. Kodas
1991 — Pratim Biswas
1992 — Mark R. Stolzenburg
1993 — Gerhard Scheuch
1994 — Sarah J. Dunnett
1995 — Anthony S. Wexler
1996 — Alessandro Gomez
1997 — Constantine Megaridis
1998 — Lynn M. Hildemann
1999 — Kimberly Prather
2000 — Spyros N. Pandis
2001 — Paul J. Ziemann
2002 — Barbara Wyslouzil
2003 — Lynn Russell
2004 — Rodney J. Weber
2005 — Da-Ren Chen
2006 — James J. Schauer
2007 — Mark T. Swihart
2008 — Jose L. Jimenez
2009 — James N. Smith
2010 — Wendelin J. Stark
2011 — Athanasios Nenes
2012 — Jesse Kroll
2013 — Jian Wang