CEG Board
Kang Sun Kang Sun
Civil and Environmental Engineering

Email: kangsun@Princeton.EDU
Current Place of Work: Princeton University
Current Position: PhD Candidate

Research Interest:
Kang Sun is interested in the measurements of atmospheric trace gases and the development of novel sensing technologies. Kang’s current research focuses on developing a portable sensing system to quantify the emission of multiple greenhouse gases and air pollutants. Kang has been participated in field measurement campaigns in diverse environments.

Selected Publications:

  1. K. Sun, L. Tao, D.J. Miller, M.A. Khan, and M.A. Zondlo, “Inline Multi-harmonic Calibration Method for Open-path Atmospheric Ammonia Measurements”, Applied Physics B, paper 8658B, accepted, 2012.

  2. L. Tao, K. Sun, D.J. Miller, M.A. Khan, and  M.A. Zondlo, “Current and frequency modulation characteristics for continuous-wave quantum cascade lasers at 9.06  µm”,  Optics Letters,  7, 1358-1360, 2012.

  3. D.J. Miller, K. Sun, M.A. Zondlo, D. Kanter, O. Dubovik, E.J. Welton, D.M. Winker, and P. Ginoux, “Assessing boreal forest fire smoke aerosol impacts on U.S. air quality:  a case study using multiple datasets”, J. Geophys. Res.-Atmos., 116, D22209, doi:10.1029/2011JD016170, 2011.

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