Tim Raymond

Tim Raymond

Professor of Chemical Engineering
Chemical Engineering Department Chair
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About Tim Raymond

Educational Background

  • B.S. Ch.E., Bucknell University 1997
  • Ph.D. Ch.E., Carnegie Mellon University 2002

Teaching Interests

  • Atmospheric physics and chemistry
  • Materials science
  • Material & energy balances
  • Particle technology

Research Interests

  • Aerosol-water interactions
  • Indoor-outdoor pollution
  • Organic aerosols
  • Engineering education

Selected Publications

Moore, R., and T. Raymond, "HTDMA Analysis of Multi-Component Dicarboxylic Acid Aerosols with Comparison to UNIFAC and ZSR", Journal of Geophysical Research, 2008.

Harner, J., T. Raymond, and J. Csernica, "The Mechanical Properties of Flyash Filled Polystyrene: Using Surface Modifications to Tune Mechanical Properties", Journal of Polymer Engineering, 2007.

Hartz, K., T. Rosenorn, S. Ferchak, T. Raymond, M. Bilde, N. Donahue, and S. Pandis, "Cloud Condesation Nuclei Activation of Monoterpene and Sesquiterpene Secondary Organic Aerosol", Journal of Geophysical Research, 2005.

Tang, W., T. Raymond, B. Wittig, C. Davidson, S. Pandis, A. Robinson, and K. Crist, "Spatial Variations of PM2.5 During the Pittsburgh Air Quality Study", Aerosol Science and Technology, 2004.

Raymond, T., and S. Pandis, "Formation of Cloud Droplets by Multi-Component Organic Particles", Journal of Geophysical Research, 2003

Raymond, T. M., and S. N. Pandis, "Cloud Activation of Single-Component Organic Aerosol Particles", Journal of Geophysical Research, 2002.

Further Information

Contact Details


323A Dana Engineering Building


Phone: 570-577-3192