Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering
Ph.D. University of Washington, Chemical Engineering, 1989
M.S. Montana State University, Chemical Engineering, 1984
B.S. Montana State University, Chemical Engineering, 1978
Timothy L. Ward completed B.S. and M.S. degrees in chemical engineering at Montana State University, followed by a Ph.D. in chemical engineering at the University of Washington in 1989. He spent three years working as a Research Assistant Professor at the University of New Mexico (UNM) before becoming a member of the regular faculty in 1992. His research at UNM has been focused in three areas: vapor and aerosol synthesis of materials, high-temperature metallic and ceramic membranes, and fuel cell electrode materials. He has more than 45 referred journal papers, which have generated more than 2000 citations, several issued patents, as well as numerous conference proceedings and presentations. Dr. Ward also has been awarded the UNM School of Engineering Teaching Award at the junior and senior level, and is a licensed Professional Engineer in the State of New Mexico.
- 2008 - Present: Interim Chair, Department of Chemical & Nuclear Engineering • University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM.
- 2006 - Present: Professor, Department of Chemical & Nuclear Engineering • University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM.
- 1998- 06: Associate Professor, Department of Chemical & Nuclear Engineering • University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM.
- 1992 - 98: Assistant Professor, Department of Chemical & Nuclear Engineering • University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM.
- 1989 - 92: Research Assistant Professor, Department of Chemical & Nuclear Engineering • University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM.
- 1979 - 81: US Peace Corps, High School Math/Science Teacher
- W. Guo, T.L.Ward, C. Porter, and A.K. Datye, "Phase content and particle morphology of Bi-Mo-V-O powders produced by aerosol pyrolysis", Mater. Res. Bull. 40 (8), 1371-1387 (2005).
- W. Guo, A.K. Datye, and T.L.Ward, "Synthesis of barium titanate powders by aerosol pyrolysis of a pechini-type precursor solution", J. Mater. Chem. 15 (4), 470-477 (2005)
- M.T. Bore, S.B. Rathod, T.L.Ward, A.K. Datye, "Hexagonal mesostructure in powders produced by evaporation-induced self-assembly of aerosols from aqueous tetraethoxysilane solutions", Langmuir 19 (2), 256-264 (2003).
- T.J. Boyle, T.L.Ward, S.M. De'Angeli, H.F. Xu, W.F. Hammetter, "Properties of MOCVD deposits using novel Sn(II) neo-pentoxide precursors", Chem. Mater. 15 (3), 765-775 (2003).
- G.V. Rama Rao, G.P. Lopez, J. Bravo, H. Pham, A.K. Datye, H.F. Xu, T.L.Ward, "Monodisperse mesoporous silica microspheres formed by evaporation-induced self assembly of surfactant templates in aerosols", Adv. Mater. 14 (18), 1301 (2002).
- T.L.Ward and T. Dao, "Model of hydrogen permeation behavior in palladium membranes", J. Membrane Sci. 153, 211-231 (1999).
- C. Xia, T.L.Ward, P. Atanasova, and R. W. Schwartz, "Metal-organic chemical vapor deposition of Sr-Co-Fe-O films on porous substrates", J. Mater. Res. 13 (1), 173 (1998).
- Transport Phenomena
- Chemical Engineering Design
- Inorganic materials synthesis by vapor and aerosol routes
- Dense metallic and ceramic membranes and membrane reactors
- Inorganic materials for energy technology
- Center for Microengineered Materials (CMEM)
- Center for Emerging Energy Technologies (CEET)