Dr. Patrick Hayes
NSERC Discovery Grant
NSERC Climate Change and Atmospheric Research Grant
NSERC Research Tools and Instruments Grant (x2)
Patrick Hayes is a professor of chemistry at Université de Montréal and has an extensive publication record in the fields of the atmospheric science and environmental chemistry. Professor Hayes has performed field measurements of aerosols in the Arctic at Eureka, Nunavut and in other remote settings including Kluane Lake, Yukon. He has collaborated with researchers at Environment and Climate Change Canada and the Environmental Protection Agency to update the aerosol modules in various air quality models demonstrating his capacity to translate research results into usable tools for forecasting that guides policy makers. He has obtained $7,390,000 in research financing from NSERC, CFI and other research organizations including $1,390,000 as principal investigator, has 33 articles published or submitted, including 6 articles as corresponding author with an h-index of 23 and 1407 citations.
Characterization of aerosol growth events over Ellesmere Island during the summers of 2015 and 2016
Tremblay S, J-C Picard, JO Bachelder, E Lutsch, K Strong et al.
Atmospheric Chemistry & Physics Discuss (2018, in review)
Volatile chemical products emerging as largest petrochemical source of urban organic emissions
McDonald BC, JA de Gouw, JB Gilman, SH Jathar, A Akherati, CD Cappa, et al.
Science 359(6377): 760-764 (Feb 2018)
Evaluating the impact of new observational constraints on P-S/IVOC emissions, multi-generation oxidation, and chamber wall losses on SOA modeling for Los Angeles, CA
Ma PK, Z Yunliang, AL Robinson, DR Worton, AH Goldstein, et al.
Atmospheric Chemistry & Physics 17: 9237-9259 (Aug 2017)
Quantification of the sources and composition of particulate matter by field-deployable mass spectrometry: Implications for air quality and public health
Analyst 142: 687-690 (Jan 2017)