Joseph Conny, Ph.D.
|National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD, United States|
Joe Conny's academic background is in Chemometrics, a subdiscipline of analytical chemistry that involves statistics and mathematical approaches to analyze chemical data. At NIST, Joe has applied chemometrics to optimize the measurement of black carbon in atmospheric aerosols and to simulate spectral data for testing and calibrating data analysis algorithms used in x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. Joe's more recent work involves electron microscopy and x-ray microanalysis for understanding how the morphology and composition of individual atmospheric particles affects climate.
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|Gantt B, Hoque S, Fahey KM, et al. (2015) Factors affecting the ambient physicochemical properties of cerium-containing particles generated by nanoparticle diesel fuel additive use Aerosol Science and Technology. 49: 371-380|
|Conny JM, Collins SM, Herzing AA. (2014) Qualitative multiplatform microanalysis of individual heterogeneous atmospheric particles from high-volume air samples. Analytical Chemistry. 86: 9709-16|
|Radney JG, You R, Ma X, et al. (2014) Dependence of soot optical properties on particle morphology: measurements and model comparisons. Environmental Science & Technology. 48: 3169-76|
|Presser C, Conny JM, Nazarian A. (2014) Filter material effects on particle absorption optical properties Aerosol Science and Technology. 48: 515-529|
|Presser C, Nazarian A, Conny J. (2014) Thermochemical characterization of materials using a novel laser-heating technique 52nd Aerospace Sciences Meeting|
|Conny JM. (2013) Internal composition of atmospheric dust particles from focused ion-beam scanning electron microscopy. Environmental Science & Technology. 47: 8575-81|
|Conny JM, Norris GA. (2011) Scanning electron microanalysis and analytical challenges of mapping elements in urban atmospheric particles. Environmental Science & Technology. 45: 7380-6|
|Conny JM, Norris GA, Gould TR. (2009) Factorial-based response-surface modeling with confidence intervals for optimizing thermal-optical transmission analysis of atmospheric black carbon. Analytica Chimica Acta. 635: 144-56|
|Powell CJ, Conny JM. (2009) Evaluation of uncertainties in X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy intensities associated with different methods and procedures for background subtraction. ii. spectra for unmonochromated al and mg X-rays Surface and Interface Analysis. 41: 804-813|
|Powell CJ, Conny JM. (2009) Evaluation of uncertainties in X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy intensities associated with different methods and procedures for background subtraction. I. spectra for monochromatic al X-ray Surface and Interface Analysis. 41: 269-294|