Thomas B. Borne, Ph.D.
Westfield, NJ 07090
B.S. Chemistry, Louisiana State University, 1963
Ph.D. Physical Chemistry, Northwestern University, 1969
University of California, Chemistry Department, Irvine, Research Fellow, 1969-1970; McGill University, Chemistry Department, Montreal, Que., Canada, Research Fellow, 1970-1972; Wright-Paterson AFB, Dayton, OH, Aerospace & Aeropropulsion Laboratories, Research Chemist, 1972-1976; Merck & Co., Automation & Control Department, Rahway, NJ, Automation Specialist, 1977-1983; Colgate-Palmolive Co., Research Department, Jersey City and Piscataway, NJ, Mathematical Modeller, 1983-1987; Consulting Practice, 1988-Present.
American Chemical Society
American Physical Society
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Association for Computing Machinery
Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering
Scope of Activities:
Chemical/physical process modelling, simulation, analysis, and optimization; homogeneous and heterogeneous chemical kinetics, combustion; control theory and applications; spectroscopy, laser development and effects, photochemistry, electron and ion optics; porosity, surface morphology and science, absorbents, phosphates, and zeolites; stochastic and chaos theory, Monte Carlo methods, scattering theory, pattern recognition, sampling theory and experimental design, heat and mass transport, electrical discharge phenomena, biological process modelling, traffic analysis and robot scheduling, heat transfer equipment, solar energy.
Computational hardware and extensive software libraries on hand.