Douglas Davis

Professor Emeritus

Georgia Institute of Technology

School of Earth and

Atmospheric Sciences (EAS)

Graduate Students
Post Doctoral Associates
Research Associates

Graduate Students Supervised University Maryland(1969-1976) Chemistry Department

Robert Huie, Ph.D., Chemistry, 1972
Dissertation: A Flash Photolysis - Resonance Fluorescence Study of the Reactions of Ground State Atomic Oxygen with Several C 2-C 6 Olefins,
Molecular Oxygen, and Nitrogen Dioxid
Present Position: Head, Expt Kinetics & Thermodynamics Group
National Institute of Standards and Technology

Bruce Klemm, Ph.D., Chemistry, 1972
Dissertation: A Flash Photolysis - Resonance Fluorescence Kinetics Study of Ground State Sulfur Atoms
Postdoc: Goddard Space Flight Center
Present Position: Senior Res. Scientist, Brookhaven National Laboratory

Chung-Wah Wilson Wong, M.S., Chemistry, 1973
Dissertation: A Flash Photolysis - Resonance Fluorescence Study of Atmospheric Reactions Involving H and O Atoms
Present Position and/or Location: Hong Kong

Walter Payne, M.S., Chemistry, 1974
Dissertation: A Kinetics Study of Atmospheric Reactions Involving the Hydroperoxyl Radical
Present Position: Senior Research Scientist, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

Gary Klauber, Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, 1976
Dissertation: Airborne Field Study of Power Plant Plumes: NO x and SO 2 Chemistry
Present Position and/or Location: Unknown

William Keifer II, Ph.D., Chemistry, 1977
Dissertation: The Generation of Ozone in Plumes from Large Point Sources
Present Position: Senior Scientist at Meteorological Research Incorporated (MRI)

Glen Jon Smith, M.S., Chemistry, 1979
Dissertation: A Flash Photolysis - Resonance Fluorescence Kinetics Study of Several Reactions of Possible Importance to Stratospheric Chlorine Chemistry
Present Position and/or Location: Unknown

Graduate Students Supervised Georgia Institute of Technology (1978-2002) EAS

Frank Routhier, M.S., Geophysical Sciences, 1980
Dissertation: Latitudinal and Vertical Relationships between Tropospheric Ozone and Water Vapor as Measured during Project GAMETAG
Present Position: Chief, Atmospheric Sciences, U.S.A.F Weather Station, Omaha .

Michael Rodgers, Ph.D. Geophysical Sciences; 1986
Dissertation: Development and Application of a Photofragmentation Laser Induced Fluorescence Detection System for Atmospheric Nitrous Acid
Present Position: Principal Research Scientist, School of Civil Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology

Kevin S. Dorris, M.S.,Geophysical Sciences,1988 (co-Thesis Advisor with Dr. John Bradshaw)
Dissertation: A possible New Source of Nitrogen Oxides: Atmospheric Electrical Corona
Present Position: Manager with Tennessee Valley Authority

Li Wen, M.S., Geophysical Sciences, 1988
Present Position and/or Location: China

Mian Chin, Ph.D., Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, 1992
Dissertation: An Atmospheric Study of Carbonyl Sulfide and Carbon Disulfide and Their Relationship to Stratospheric Background Aerosol
Postdoc: Harvard University
Present Position: Senior Research Scientist, Georgia Institute of Technology and Goddard Space Flight Center (joint appointment)

Vernon Morris, Ph.D., Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, 1992
Dissertation: An Investigation of Transient Atmospheric Inorganic Peroxides: A Theoretical and Experimental Study
Postdoc: UCLA
Present Position: Associate Professor, Howard University, Washington D.C.

Darlene Slusher, M.S., Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, 1994
Present Position: Georgia Institute of Technology, graduate student, EAS

Gao Chen, Ph.D., Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, 1995
Dissertation: A Study of Tropospheric Photochemistry in the Sub-tropical/Tropical North and South Atlantic
Present Position: Senior Research Scientist, EAS, Georgia Institute of Technology

Matt Collura, M.S., Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, 1996
Present Position: Assistant Vice President, Bank of America, Atlanta, Georgia

Jim Crawford, Ph.D., Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, 1997
Dissertation: An Analysis of the Photochemical Environment Over the Western North Pacific Based on Airborne Field Observations
Present Position: Senior Research Scientist, Atmospheric Sciences Division, NASA Langley Research Center

Blake Burgess, M.S., Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, 1997
Present Position: Database Administrator, Advance PCS, Arizona

Zhang-Ho Shon, Ph.D. Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, 1999
Dissertation: Photochemical Assessment of Oceanic Emissions of DMS and Its Oxidation to SO2 Based on Airborne Field Observations
Present Position: Assistant Professor, Dong-Eui University, Pusan, South Korea

John Balthasar Nowak, Ph.D., Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, 2001 (co-Thesis Advisor, Fred Eisele)
Dissertation: An Airborne Field Study of Dimethyl Sulfoxide at Tropical Latitudes and Its Relationship to the Marine Sulfur Budget
Present Position: Research Scientist, NOAA, Aeronomy Lab

Brian DiNunno, Ph.D., Earth and Atmosheric Sciences, 2003
Dissertation: An Assessment of Tropospheric Photochemistry over the Central/Eastern North Pacific

Xingyi Gong, Ph. D., Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, 2005
Dissertation: A Comparison of NHMC Oxidation Mechanisms Using Specified Gas Mixtures and TRACE-P Field Data.

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