About us

We study air pollution exchange across the building envelope. We spend the majority of our lives indoors, so understanding the composition and chemical transformations of the air we breathe indoors is critical for understanding and ultimately mitigating our indoor chemical exposures. We are interested in how outdoor-derived pollution from varied sources enters an indoor space and chemically transforms, as well as how indoor-derived pollution impacts the surrounding outdoor environment. Learn more about the Ditto group’s research.

Join the group

We are recruiting graduate students for the 2023-2024 academic year! We are also recruiting undergraduate researchers for spring 2023!

Schematic showing our research areas of interest: chemical composition of what enters homes, indoor chemical/physical processes, indoor exposures, and impacts on outdoor air.

Recent news

February 2023: Lab setup is underway! Welcome to undergraduate team members Jordyn, Max, and Frankie!