Hannigan Research Group

Welcome to Professor Michael Hannigan's research group website!
Pictured is the CCRUSH Monitoring Site at Maplewood Elementary
The Hannigan research group studies the multifaceted public health and environmental issue of air pollution. Research focuses include: understanding both fine (PM2.5) and coarse (PM10-2.5) particulate matter composition, sources, physics, and health effects; developing and applying air quality instruments that utilize low-cost gas-phase pollutant monitors (i.e. personal exposure, flux chamber, natural gas emissions); and designing energy- and air quality-based outreach programs for the first and developing worlds.

Group News

The latest:
Nick and Didier are in Navrongo, Ghana, doing field work for the REACCTING project, a multi-disciplinary cookstove intervention study.

Kyle Karber is headed to Tanzania to explore pico wind turbine deployment. Check it out.

Group Meetings

Laboratory Facilities
Monitoring Sites

Research Projects:
Particulate Matter: Composition, Sources, and Health Studies
Gas-Phase Pollutant Research Projects: Instrument Development and Understanding Emissions
Technology Assessment in the Developing World
Sustainable Energy
Educational Outreach
Research Publications

Group Calendar
Contact and Visiting Information

Relevant Links: 
Collaborative for Air Quality Research at CU
University of Colorado at Boulder
Mechanical Engineering Department at CU
Boulder Atmospheric Observatory
AirWaterGas Reserach Network

TinyURL Link: http://tinyurl.com/hanniganlab