CARB Research Seminars

This page last reviewed March 26, 2018

Leading scientists present their research findings about air pollution and climate change

Upcoming Seminars:

  • Christopher Cappa, PhD., University of California, Davis
  • Improving Chemical Mechanisms for Ozone and Secondary Organic Carbon
  • Friday, August 31, 2018, 10:00am  Announcement. Research Project.

Recent Seminars:


Recent CARB Research Seminars by date, ascending
Title Click a seminar title for details.DatePresenterAffiliationCategory
The Development of Lifecycle Data for Hydrogen Fuel Production and Delivery02/16/18Miller, MarshallUniversity of California, DavisAir Quality
Real-World Activity of Heavy-Duty Tractors Hauling Container Chassis, Flatbed Trailer, and Tank Trailer03/27/18Durbin, Thomas D.University of California, RiversideAir Quality
Protocol Development for Vehicle Emission Toxicity Testing for Particulate Matter03/29/18Bein, Keith; Kado, Norm; Vogel, ChrisUniversity of California, DavisPublic Health
Investigate the Durability of Diesel Engine Emissions Controls03/30/18Bishop, Gary A.University of DenverAir Quality
Identifying, Evaluating, and Selecting Indicators and Data for Tracking Land Use and Transportation-Related Trends Related to SB 375 Goals04/02/18Ong, Paul and Sciara, Gian-ClaudiaUniversity of California, Los Angeles and Director of the Center for Neighborhood Knowledge; and University of Texas at AustinAir Quality
Characterizing Formaldehyde Emissions from Home Central Heating and Air Conditioning Filters04/03/18Destaillats, Hugo Ph.DLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryPublic Health
Benefits of High Efficiency Filtration to Children with Asthma04/13/18Bennett, Deborah H.University of California, DavisPublic Health
The Dynamics of Plug-In Electric Vehicles in The Secondary Market And Their Implications For Vehicle Demand, Durability, And Emissions05/17/18Tal, Gil and David Rapson University of California, DavisAir Quality
Cardiovascular Effects of Multipollutant Exposure: Mechanisms and Interactions06/01/18Michael KleinmanUniversity of California, IrvinePublic Health
Co-exposure to UFPM and O3: Pulmonary C fiber and platelet activation Agreement No: 13-311. Fern Tablin (UC Davis) 06/18/18Tablin Fern and Schelegle EdwardUniversity of California, DavisAir Quality

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If you have questions or comments, please contact CARB's Research Division at (916) 445-0753.

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