Raul Dominguez, Jr., Ph.D. is a Senior Air Quality Chemist for the South Coast AQMD where he serves as the laboratory QA Officer working under the direction of the STA QA Manager. He has been at the South Coast AQMD since 1988.
Raul’s educational background consists of a B.S. in Chemistry from Stanford University (1982) a Ph.D. in Organometallic Chemistry from U.C. Irvine (1987) and a post-doctoral assignment at the University of Nevada, Reno, (1988).
His tasks at the South Coast AQMD have included activity in regulatory rule development technical assistance, odor complaint resolution, laboratory and field operation quality assurance including technical support for the South Coast AQMD’s Laboratory Approval Program (LAP).
Raul joined ASTM International Committee D03 on Gaseous Fuels in 1997 where he has completed several terms as Chair. In 2012, he joined ASTM D22 where he currently serves as Chair of ASTM D22.03 on Ambient Air and Source Emissions and ASTM D22.11 on Meteorology. He also serves as Vice Chair of ASTM D34 on Waste Management. Raul is a Fellow of ASTM International and was conferred the ASTM Award of Merit in 2014.
Raul has authored or co-authored several publications, including the contribution of a chapter in the Measurement of Airborne Compounds. He has given a number of presentations to local and national meetings of the American Chemical Society on topics including trace sulfur gas measurement both using laboratory based instrumentation and with online monitor. He has also provided presentations on quality assurance topics at Principle Quality Assurance Organization (PQAO) training organized by the US EPA.
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