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Ricardo Piedrahita

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Ricardo is currently pursuing his PhD in mechanical engineering at CU, working on the REACCTING project.  He is leading the effort on personal and ambient air quality monitoring, as well as cookstove use and adoption.


Ricardo worked on the Mobile Air Quality Sensing project from 2011-2013.  Prior to that, he received his MS at CU Boulder, working with Professors Michael Hannigan, Shelly Miller, and Jana Milford on projects related to ambient particulate matter in Colorado.  His thesis covered source apportionment of PM2.5 data from the Denver Aerosol Sources and Health (DASH) project, and non-parametric regression using high frequency coarse particulate matter measurements as part of the Colorado Coarse Rural Urban Sources and Health (CCRUSH) study.

Ricardo is originally from Davis, California, and received his B.S. from the mechanical engineering department at UC San Diego.  Prior to coming to Boulder for graduate studies he worked for a tech start-up in Boston, and for a design firm in Mountain View, as well as interning at Cisco Systems and Hilti.

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