Joseph A. Hartman Competition
Previously funded by the Partnership for Air Transportation Noise and Emissions Reduction, the Joseph A. Hartman competition focused on research in Aircraft Noise and Impacts, Aviation Emissions and Impacts, Aircraft Technology Assessment, Environmentally and Energy Efficient Gate-to-Gate Aircraft Operations, and Aviation Modeling and Analysis.
The Joseph A. Hartman Student Paper Competition was named in memory of Professor Joseph A. Hartman of Boise State University, a founding PARTNER member and lead investigator, who passed away in 2004.
- Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Ambient Ultrafine Particulate Matter (UFP) in Communities along an Arrival Aircraft Pathway
- Author: Chloe Kim, Boston University School of Public Health
- Advisors: Jonathan Levy, ScD and Kevin Lane, Ph.D., Boston University School of Public Health
- Calculating Second Order Sensitivity Coefficients for Airport Emissions in the Continental U.S. Using CMAQ-HDDM
- Author: Calvin A. Arter, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
- Advisor: Saravanan Arunchalam, Ph.D., University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
- Aviation Black Carbon Mass Predictive Model for Alternative and Conventional Fuels at Ground and Cruise
- Author: Joseph P. Abrahamson, Pennsylvania State University
- Advisor: Randy L. Vander Wall, Pennsylvania State University