Thomas Castonguay, PhD

Assistant Professor

Office: Cornelia 105F
Phone: (914) 633-2653
Fax: (914) 633-2240

BS, 1996, Central Connecticut State University
PhD, 2004, University of Vermont

2003-2006, Postdoctoral Faculty Fellow (PFF), Boston University
2006-2007, Postdoctoral Researcher, Boston University
2007-2009, Visiting Assistant Professor, Hamilton College

Assistant Professor Thomas Castonguay received his Ph. D. in Physical Chemistry from the University of Vermont. His research interests encompass a variety of topics in the field of Computational/Theoretical Chemistry. Current explorations in the Castonguay group involve the determination of the free energies of formation of aerosol clusters using high-level quantum chemical calculations. Other areas of study include the application of the Kinetic Monte Carlo method to model chemical processes that occur on multiple timescales.

Research & Publications: "Computational Chemistry"