Dr. Victoria P. Barber, Ph.D.

Postdoctoral Researcher at MIT
Atmospheric and Physical Chemist

About Me

I am a postdoctoral researcher at MIT, in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, working under the guidance of Professor Jesse Kroll. I hold a PhD in Physical Chemistry from the University of Pennsylvania, where I worked under the guidance of Professor Marsha Lester and was the Miller Fellow in physical chemistry. My research focuses on understanding the fundamental chemical processes that govern the evolution of organic molecules in the atmosphere. These processes lead to the degradation of organic molecules, the consumption and recycling of atmospheric oxidants, and the production of important secondary species including aerosol particles, ozone, and carbon dioxide. Understanding this chemistry is therefore critical to understanding atmospheric composition, climate, and air quality.

I am currently looking for a long term position- please reach out if you have an opportunity available that matches my expertise