Allen Goldstein receives prestigious Humboldt Foundation Research Award

Featured Faculty: Allen Goldstein

Professor Allen Goldstein has been awarded a prestigious research grant from the Humboldt Foundation, which promotes collaborative research with German scientists.  As part of the award, he will be invited to spend up to a year cooperating with colleagues at a research institution in Germany.

Goldstein, a professor of civil & environmental engineering and environmental science, policy and management, seeks to understand the balance between natural and human sources of trace gases and aerosols in the earth's atmosphere, including the gases that contribute to air pollution, climate change, and ozone depletion.

Berkeley theoretical physicist Hitoshi Murayama also received a Humboldt Foundation grant.

 

 

Published 01/16/2018