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Jesse Kroll

TREX 2018 Day 2: Weather Weirdness

By Joey Noszek ‘20 Since this is my first blog, I should probably start by introducing myself. My name is Joey Noszek. I am a Course 1 sophomore in the Systems core. Outside of classes, I […]

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Professor Jesse Kroll profiled on MIT News

[fusion_text]Jesse Kroll, Associate Professor of CEE and Chemistry, was profiled on MIT News for his work on the role of organic compounds in the air. Learn about how Kroll came to MIT and how his research […]

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Creating Air Quality Sensors in Delhi

PhD candidate and Tata Center for Technology Fellow David Hagan, and his advisor Professor Jesse Kroll, are working together to track pollution in Delhi, India — one of the cities with the worst air conditions in […]

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Professor Jesse Kroll Awarded Tenure

Professor Jesse Kroll was promoted to Associate Professor with Tenure, effective July 1. Professor Kroll’s research focuses on the properties and chemical transformation of organic species in the Earth’s atmosphere. His interests also include the development […]

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The tenured engineers of 2016

Seven appointments are made in the School of Engineering. The School of Engineering has announced that seven members of its faculty have been granted tenure by MIT. “These newly tenured colleagues have demonstrated a commitment to […]

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Follow TREX student work in Hawaii on Instagram

Seven Course 1 undergrads flew to Hawaii on Jan. 12 for two weeks of environmental hands-on research experience on the Big Island. Professor Jesse Kroll is supervising as students collect data on volcanic fumes, air quality […]

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