Assistant ProfessorEnvironmental Engineering
- Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2016
- B.S., Wittenberg University, 2010
Dr. Kaiser joined Georgia Tech as an assistant processor in Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth and Atmospheric Sciences in the Fall of 2018. Her research examines the formation of air pollutants, with a focus on the emissions and chemistry of volatile organic compounds. Dr. Kaiser’s interests span from instrument development to data assimilation, and her projects have examined the influence of agriculture, oil and gas production, and the biosphere on air quality.
- emissions and chemistry of air pollutants
- interactions of biogenic and anthropogenic emissions
- global chemistry-transport modeling
- development of air quality monitoring strategies