Antonios Tasoglou, Ph.D., is a Senior Scientist and PTR-MS Specialist at RJ Lee Group. Prior to his work he participated in numerous projects that focused on the study of the atmospheric pollution both in the gas and particle phase. During his Diploma work he joined the FORTH ICE-HT (Patras, Greece) as a research assistant. His research work included extensive air quality measurements as part of the European Research Council ATMOPACS project, which led to the identification of the main sources of air pollution in the city of Patras.
In addition, during his doctoral studies at Carnegie Mellon University, Dr. Tasoglou contributed to several US EPA projects, including the Aerosol Optical Properties and Biogenic SOA: Effect on Hygroscopic Properties and Light Absorption study; Black Carbon, Air Quality and Climate from the Local to Global Scale study; and Sensitivity of Organic Aerosol Concentrations and Forcing to Anthropogenic Emissions study. Dr. Tasoglou has presented several peer reviewed papers, posters, and publications at national and international conferences and in academic journals.