Gregory Schill

Research Scientist

Aerosol Properties & Processes

NOAA Chemical Sciences Laboratory
325 Broadway, R/CSL2
Boulder, CO 80305 USA




Dr. Gregory Schill received his Ph.D. from the University of Colorado, Boulder in 2014 (advisor: Margaret Tolbert). He then received an NSF Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, which was hosted by Paul DeMott and Sonia Kreidenweis at Colorado State University. During his Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, he was chosen to participate in the 13th Atmospheric Chemistry Colloquium for Emerging Senior Scientists (ACCESS).

He started as a CIRES Research Scientist at NOAA in the Chemical Sciences Laboratory, and became a Federal employee June 2022. He is interested in characterizing aerosol chemical composition using single-particle mass spectrometry, primarily on an aircraft platform. During his time at NOAA, he has participated in the NASA Atmospheric Tomography Missions (ATom)Asian Summer Monsoon Chemical & Climate Impact Project (ACCLIP), and the Stratospheric Aerosol processes, Budget and Radiative Effects missions (SABRE).


PhD - University of Colorado, Boulder
BS - Gonzaga University


  • Single-particle mass spectrometry
  • Biomass burning aerosol
  • Aerosol bromine and iodine
  • Ice nucleation
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

last modified: June 12, 2022