Dynamics of ultrafine aerosols, consumer exposure to incidental or engineered nanomaterials
Dr. Marina Vance’s research is focused on air quality, particularly on measuring emissions and understanding the dynamics of aerosols in the context of ambient and indoor air quality. Applications of her research range from consumer safety and "safer by design" consumer products, to indoor and outdoor air pollution, soiling of photovoltaic panels and sustainability, and exposure science.
Air pollution shortens human life spans from a few months to years depending on location. Our research aims to reduce people's exposure to air pollutants and other emerging contaminants to improve quality of life worldwide.
- Vance, M.E., Pegues, V. Leng, W., VanMonfrans, S., Marr, L.C.(2017) “Aerosol emissions from fuse-deposition modeling 3D printers in a chamber and in real indoor environments". Environmental Science & Technology, 51 (17), 9516-9523.
- Vance, M.E., Vejerano, E. Kuiken, T., McGinnis, S., Hochella, M., Hull, M. (2015) "Nanotechnology in the real world: Redeveloping the nanomaterial consumer products inventory". Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology, 6, 1769-1780.
- Vance, M.E., Marr, L.(2015) "Exposure to airborne engineered nanoparticles in the indoor environment". Atmospheric Environment 106: 503-509.
- Outstanding Young Alumni, Via Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Virginia Tech, 2018
- US EPA Scientific and Technological Achievement Award (STAA), Level III, 2016
- Academic Excellence and Leadership Honor Society of Graduate Students, 2012
- Interdisciplinary Research Honor Society, Founding Member, 2011