Changjie Cai, PhD, OEH-AI Lab PI, Assistant Professor, Department of Occupational and Environmental Health
Tianbao Yang, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science at the University of Iowa
Thomas Peters, PhD,CIH, Professor, Department of Occupational and Environmental Health at the University of Iowa
David L. Johnson, PhD,PE,CIH,BCEE, Professor, Department of Occupational and Environmental Health
Xiao-Ming Hu, PhD, Senior Research Scientist and Ajunct Associate Professor, School of Meteorology
Fernando Suárez López del Amo, DDS, MS, Assistant Professor at the Department of Periodontics
Xixi Wu, BDS,MDent,PhD: resident
Billy Brillis, MS student
Xiaoyan Zhang, Visiting PhD student from Nanjing Univeristy of Information Science and Technology
Shiyu Yang, Visiting MS student from Peking University
Cai, C., Stebounova, L.V., Peate, D.W., & Peters, T.M. (2019). Evaluation of a portable aerosol collector and spectrometer to measure particle concentration by composition and size. Aerosol Science and Technology, 53(6), 675-687.
Cai, C., Thomas, G. W., Yang, T., Park, J. H., Gogineni, S. P., & Peters, T. M. (2018). Development of a Portable Aerosol Collector and Spectrometer (PACS). Aerosol Science and Technology, 52(12), 1351-1369.
Zhu, D., Cai, C., Yang, T., & Zhou, X. (2018). A Machine Learning Approach for Air Quality Prediction: Model Regularization and Optimization. Big Data and Cognitive Computing, 2(1), 5.
Anthony, T. R., Cai, C., Mehaffy, J., Sleeth, D., & Volckens, J. (2017). Performance of prototype high-flow inhalable dust sampler in a livestock production facility. Journal of occupational and environmental hygiene, 14(5), 313-322.
Cai, C., Zhang, X., Wang, K., Zhang, Y., Wang, L., Zhang, Q., ... & Yu, S. C. (2016). Incorporation of new particle formation and early growth treatments into WRF/Chem: Model improvement, evaluation, and impacts of anthropogenic aerosols over East Asia. Atmospheric Environment, 124, 262-284.
Xia, L., Cai, C., Zhu, B., An, J., Li, Y., & Li, Y. (2014). Source apportionment of VOCs in a suburb of Nanjing, China, in autumn and winter. Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry, 71(3), 175-193.
Cai, C. (2013). Performance Evaluation and Testing of New Particle Formation and Growth Parameterizations Using Two Regional Online-Coupled Meteorology-Chemistry Models.
Tie, X., Geng, F., Guenther, A., Cao, J., Greenberg, J., Zhang, R., ... & Cai, C. (2013). Megacity impacts on regional ozone formation: observations and WRF-Chem modeling for the MIRAGE-Shanghai field campaign. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 13(11), 5655-5669.
Chen, Y., Liu, Q., Geng, F., Zhang, H., Cai, C., Xu, T., ... & Li, H. (2012). Vertical distribution of optical and micro-physical properties of ambient aerosols during dry haze periods in Shanghai. Atmospheric Environment, 50, 50-59.
Friedli, H. R., Arellano Jr, A. F., Geng, F., Cai, C., & Pan, L. (2011). Measurements of atmospheric mercury in Shanghai during September 2009. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 11(8), 3781-3788.
Cai, C., Geng, F., Tie, X., Yu, Q., & An, J. (2010). Characteristics and source apportionment of VOCs measured in Shanghai, China. Atmospheric Environment, 44(38), 5005-5014.
Cai, C. J., Geng, F. H., Tie, X. X., Yu, Q., Peng, L., & Zhou, G. Q. (2010). Characteristics of ambient volatile organic compounds (VOCs) measured in Shanghai, China. Sensors, 10(8), 7843-7862.
Cai, C. J., Geng, F. H., Yu, Q., An, J. L., & Han, J. J. (2010). Source apportionment of VOCs at city centre of Shanghai in summer. Acta Scientiae Circumstantiae, 30(5), 926-934.
Geng, F., Cai, C., Tie, X., Yu, Q., An, J., Peng, L., ... & Xu, J. (2009). Analysis of VOC emissions using PCA/APCS receptor model at city of Shanghai, China. Journal of atmospheric chemistry, 62(3), 229-247.