AWMA -RMSS Lunch Meeting – Tuesday, Sept 18 from 11:30 AM-1:00 PM

Michael Ogletree with the City and County of Denver and Julian Cyrus with Lunar Outpost will present on air quality monitoring and new sensor technology used in the Denver urban area. They recently teamed up to win the Bloomberg Philanthropies Mayors Challenge, enabling them to increase the number of air sensors around schools and along the I-70 corridor.

The meeting will be held at 1801 California Street, Denver, CO 80202 in the 1st floor New York Conference room, on Tuesday, September 18th. We will start with refreshments and networking at 11:30, followed by the presentation around noon, and we’ll adjourn around 1pm. Please ask the Security Desk how to get to the conference room if you need assistance. If you plan on attending, please RSVP to Ginger Fast at gfast@ltenv.com by Monday, September 17th.

Michael Ogletree
Michael Ogletree is the Air Quality Program Manager, in the Department of Public Health and Environment at the City and County of Denver. He is responsible for air quality management, ranging from updating and maintaining emissions inventories, performing dispersion modeling, participating in air quality rulemakings and recommending local/regional/state air pollution control strategies, to overseeing and participating in air quality monitoring studies. He serves as a subject matter expert on citywide air quality matters.

Julian Cyrus
Julian Cyrus is COO and Co-Founder of Lunar Outpost, a Colorado based advanced technology company established in 2017. While its long-term vision focuses on space technology, Lunar Outpost is committed to bringing its expertise and innovations down to Earth to have a positive impact on the near-term here as well. Julian is an engineer by trade, graduating from The University of Texas with a degree in Electrical Engineering and a Biology minor, as well as from CU Boulder with an M.S. in Electrical Engineering and research done in the field of Bioelectromagnetics. After CU, he went to work for Lockheed Martin on the Orion Program, NASA’s next manned spacecraft. He then left Lockheed to work on Lunar Outpost with his brother, Justin Cyrus. They, along with the rest of the Lunar Outpost team, are excited to be partnered with the City and County of Denver and look forward making air quality monitoring more accessible to users around the country.

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