Noah Hirshorn

Graduate Research Assistant
University of Utah, Department of Atmospheric Sciences

Skills: Matlab, R, ArcGIS


About Me

I was born in the Washington DC area and grew up in Denver, Colorado. In 2020, I graduated from Colorado College with a degree in environmental science and a chemistry concentration. In my free time I enjoy mountain biking, snowboarding, and exploring Utah with my wife.

Professional Interests

Aerosol chemistry is my main interest in the realm of atmospheric science. In the summer of 2019 as part of the NASA Student Airborne Research Program, I pursued a project working on airborne remote sensing and aerosol classification. Currently as part of the HART group, I am working on a large project to see the connection between atmospheric mercury and new particle formation events. My further interests include aerosol trends in the western US, atmospheric chemistry, and remote sensing of aerosols.

Research Areas

  • Atmospheric chemistry
  • New particle formation






Environmental Science

Atmospheric Sciences


Colorado College

University of Utah