Research Topics

  • Artificial intelligence
  • Autonomous systems
  • Data analytics
  • Earth system modeling
  • Photonics/optical sensors
  • Satellite remote sensing
  • Sensors
  • UAV research
  • Wireless communication

The Atmospheric and Environmental Research (AER) Lab, formerly known as the ARROMA Lab, studies the impacts of aerosol pollution on air quality, weather, and climate. Research approaches include satellite remote sensing and use of numerical models to study atmospheric composition, agriculture, Earth systems, and climate change.


 

Research Team

Jun Wang

Jun Wang, PhD

Assistant Director, Iowa Technology Institute
Director, Atmospheric and Environmental Research Lab
James E. Ashton Professor of Engineering

Featured Research

Forest Fire Detection and Visibility

Smart and Connected Low-Cost Environmental Sensors

Unified Linearized Vector Radiative Transfer Model

News

GEO XO

Wang’s NOAA grant to support “next leap forward” in estimating surface PM2.5

Monday, January 24, 2022
University of Iowa Technology Institute
The University of Iowa Technology Institute and Prof. Jun Wang are participating in a new satellite mission that is expected to lead to more accurate measures of pollution, including fine particles, on hourly timescales. 
NASA Sage III

UI convenes international team of experts to update NASA’s SAGE III mission

Monday, December 6, 2021
University of Iowa Technology Institute
The University of Iowa and Prof. Jun Wang hosted a nationwide team of approximately 60 scientists and engineers virtually in November to share the scientific advances, research findings, and operations related to the SAGE III mission, an Earth-observing instrument aboard NASA’s International Space Station.
Jun Wang

Jun Wang, Director

Director, Atmospheric and Environmental Research Lab

James E. Ashton Professor in Engineering

  (319) 353-4483

  jun-wang-1@uiowa.edu

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