David S. Ensor
Distinguished Fellow, Aerosol Science and Nanotechnology
David Ensor, PhD, is a leading expert in filtration, indoor air quality, and cleanroom technology with more than 40 years of experience in aerosol science and air pollution research. He founded the American Association for Aerosol Research and the research journal Aerosol Science and Technology. Dr. Ensor consistently contributes to scientific literature and has written 80 peer-reviewed papers and 15 book chapters. He has given more than 200 presentations to major conferences and holds eight U.S. patents. Ensor’s professional honors include the 2009 James Mildon Award for Nanotechnology Standardization given by the Institute of Environmental Science and Technology; election to Fellow of the American Association for Aerosol Research in 2008; and election to Fellow of American Society for Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers in 2003. His awards also include the Hammer Award from the White House and the Meritorious Service Award from the American National Standards Institute.
PhD, Engineering, University of Washington; MS, Chemical Engineering, University of Washington; BS, Chemical Engineering, Washington State University.
Andrady, A.L., & Ensor, D.S. (Jan 2012)
Andrady, A.L., & Ensor, D.S. (Nov 2011)
Han, L., Andrady, A.L., & Ensor, D.S. (Nov 2011)
Ensor, D.S. (Ed.) (Oct 2011)
Davis, J.L., Andrady, A.L., Ensor, D.S., Han, L., & Walls, H.J. (Aug 2011)
- Indoor Air Quality
- Cleanroom Technology