Rajan Chakrabarty

Assistant Professor of Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering

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Biography

Rajan Chakrabarty’s research focuses on two distinct themes: (i) Investigating the role of atmospheric aerosols in earth’s energy balance using novel instrumentation and diagnostic techniques, and numerical models; and (ii) Understanding aerosol formation in combustion systems toward synthesis of high porosity and surface-area materials for energy applications.

Chakrabarty joined the faculty at Washington University in St. Louis in  2014. He currently operates the Aerosol Physics and Technology laboratory (APT Lab) in the Department of Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering in the School of Engineering and Applied Science.  He currently serves as the American Association for Aerosol Research (AAAR) Chair of the Aerosol Physics working group.

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