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

Wang Presentation

Replay: Jun Wang presents on environmental sensing to the UI Geography Department

University of Iowa Professor Jun Wang's presentation on Sept. 14, 2021, to the Geography Department is titled "Environmental sensing from space and in agricultural fields."
Jun Wang Meng Zhou

Iowa PhD student Meng Zhou awarded NASA research fellowship

Meng Zhou, a fourth-year PhD student conducting research at the University of Iowa Technology Institute (ITI), has been awarded a NASA research fellowship to study air quality at night. 
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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