Welcome to the Clack Research Group!

Two new post-doctoral positions available!

Our group studies the environmental and health impacts of a variety of airborne aerosols . We work on innovative in-activation process technologies for airborne pathogens.

We examine the ways in which air pollution spreads in communities and the interactions between fluid and electric fields

Looking to get Involved?

Our work involves both undergraduate and graduate researchers involved in labratory experiments and numerical simulations. Bio lab, chemical, and mechanical experiments are part of what we do.