Tami C Bond
- Nathan M. Newmark Distinguished Professor in Civil and Environmental Engineering
Primary Research Area
- Environmental Engineering and Science
- Ph.D., Special Individual (Interdisciplinary), University of Washington, 2000
- M. S., Mechanical Engineering, University of California at Berkeley, 1995
- B. S., Mechanical Engineering, University of Washington, 1993
Professor Tami Bond joined the faculty in the department of Civil and Environmental Engineering in 2003. Since 2007, she also has been an Affiliate Professor in Atmospheric Sciences.
Bond teaches undergraduate courses in statistics and energy and environment, and graduate courses in air quality monitoring. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Washington, a Master of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley, and an interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Atmospheric Sciences, Civil Engineering and Mechanical Engineering from the University of Washington.
Her awards include a John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Fellowship (2014), a University Scholar at the University of Illinois (2012-2015), appointment as an AGU Fellow (2015), and a National Science Foundation CAREER grant (2004-2008). She currently serves on a National Academy of Sciences panel on the Future of Atmospheric Chemistry, and as Convenor for an ISO working group on Clean Cookstoves and Clean Cooking Solutions.
- Senior Visiting Scholar, Tsinghua University, Center for Earth System Science, 2011-2012
- Associate Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2009-present
- Affiliate Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Atmospheric Sciences, 2007-present
- Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2003-2009
- Affiliate Assistant Professor, University of Washington, 2000-2001 (30%)
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Major Consulting Activities
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Bonds research addresses the interface between energy use, engineering decisions, atmospheric composition and global climate. Her research includes development of past, present and future global air pollutant emission inventories, including how policy, engineering, and individual choices affect future emission trajectories. Her group has made field measurements of particle emission rates and properties under remote and challenging conditions around the world, and they also examine the behavior of particle properties under laboratory conditions. The Bond group promotes a decision-to-impact framework that traces a causal chain from technology choice to emission rates to atmospheric behavior to net climate and health impact.
- Household energy provision in rural and peri-urban areas
- Human and infrastructure constraints on emission mitigation
- Physical, optical and chemical properties of particles
- Emission measurement and characterization, especially remote sources
- Air pollutant emission inventories of the past, present and future
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Chapters in Books
- Co-author, Tropospheric Aerosols, in Atmospheric Chemistry in a Changing World, G. Brasseur, R. G. Prinn, and A. A. P. Pszenny, eds. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 2003.
Selected Articles in Journals
- E. Winijkul and T. C. Bond, Emissions from residential combustion considering end-uses and spatial constraints: Part II, emission reduction scenarios, Atmospheric Environment, 124, 1-11, 2016.
- E. Winijkul, L. Fierce, and T. C. Bond, Emissions from residential combustion considering end-uses and spatial constraints: Part I, methods and spatial distribution, Atmospheric Environment, 125, 126-139, 2016.
- L. Liu, T. Hwang, S. Lee, Y. Ouyang, B. Lee, S. J. Smith, F. Yan, K. Daenzer, and T. C. Bond, Emission projections for long-haul freight trucks and rail in the United States through 2050, Environmental Science and Technology, 49(19), 11569-11576, 2015.
- Z. Lu, D. G. Streets, E. Winijkul, F. Yan, Y. Chen, T. C. Bond, Y. Feng, M. K. Dubey, S. Liu, J. P. Pinto, and G. R. Carmichael, Light absorption properties and radiative forcing impacts of primary organic aerosol emissions, Environmental Science and Technology, 48(8), 4868-4877, 2015.
- E. Winijkul, F. Yan, Z. Lu, D. G. Streets, T. C. Bond, Y. Zhao, Size-resolved global emission inventory of primary particulate matter from energy-related combustion sources, Atmospheric Environment, 107, 137-147, 2015.
- L. Fierce, N. Riemer, T. C. Bond, Explaining variance in black carbon's aging timescale, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 14, 18703-18737, 2014.
- U. Rajarathnam, V. Athalye, B. Ragavan, S. Maithel, D. Lalchandani, S. Kumar, E. Baum, C. Weyant, and T. Bond, Assessment of air pollutants from brick kilns, Atmospheric Environment, 98, 549-553, 2014.
- F. Yan, T. C. Bond, and D.G. Streets, Effectiveness of mitigation measures in reducing future primary particulate matter emissions from on-road vehicles, Environmental Science and Technology, 48(24), 14455-14463, 2014.
- F. Yan, E. Winijkul, D. G. Streets, Z. Lu, T. C. Bond, and Y. Zhang, Global emission projections for the transportation sector using dynamic technology modeling, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 14, 5709-5733, 2014.
- C. Weyant, V. Athalye, S. Ragavan, U. Rajarathnam, D. Lalchandani, S. Maithel, E. Baum, and T. C. Bond, Emissions from South Asian brick production, Environmental Science and Technology, 48(11), 6477-6483, 2014.
Articles in Conference Proceedings
- R. Subramanian, P. Boparai and T. C. Bond, "Charring of organic compounds during thermal-optical analysis: What can we learn about the carbonaceous aerosol?" American Chemical Society Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, March 2007.
- T. C. Bond, A. M. Kanu, Y. Chen, and H. Sun, "Nature and causes of visible light absorption by primary organic aerosol from solid-fuel combustion," American Chemical Society Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, March 2007. (Richard A. Glenn Award for Best Paper, ACS Fuel Division)
- T. C. Bond, "Incorporating Climate-Change Considerations into Air Quality Decisions", MTERM (Modeling Tools for Environment and Resources Management) International Conference, Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand, June 2005.
- "From hearth to heavens: combustion products in the climate system," Joint Meeting of the U.S. Sections of the Combustion Institute, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 2005.
- T. Bond, "Aerosols," Air Pollution as a Climate Forcing: A Workshop, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2002.
- L. Palmiter, I. Brown and T. C. Bond, "Measured Infiltration and Ventilation in 472 All-Electric Homes." ASHRAE Transactions, volume 97, 1991.
- Climate, biofuel emissions, and the quest for relevance
- Aerosol emissions, climate, and technology transitions
- The value of emissions from a single source
- Black carbon: Bounding-BC and beyond
- Black carbon: Bounding and beyond
- Societal mechanisms and the future of aerosol emissions
- How present-day constraints can improve past and future inventories
- Emission inventories: beyond urban and Measuring black carbon
- Thought Leaders Panel (Opening Plenary)
- Really Bounding BC: Where to next?
- Guest Editor, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, CARES Special Issue, 2012; East Asia Emission Assessment, 2013-present
- Aerosol Science and Technology, Associate Editor, April 2009-April 2013
- Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, Associate Editor, March 2008-December 2009
- ISO (International Organization for Standardization) Technical Committee TC/285 on Clean Cookstoves and Clean Cooking Solutions, Conceptual Framework Working Group, Convenor, 2014-present
- Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves, Co-chair, Standards and Testing Working Group, 2010-2012; Environment and Climate Advisory Board, 2015-present
- Commission on Atmospheric Chemistry and Global Pollution, Member, 2006-present (CACGP is a sub-commission of International Association of Meteorology and Atmospheric Sciences, within International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, all United Nations bodies). One of three U.S. members elected to this 20-member Commission
- Engineers in Technical and Humanitarian Opportunities of Service (ETHOS), Board of Directors, 2004-2006; Chair, Technical Committee on Cookstove Performance Testing, 2007-2010
- American Association for Aerosol Research, Member, 1998-present; Session Chair, Feb 2005, Oct 2010; Invited tutorial, Sep 2006, Oct 2008
- American Geophysical Union, Member, 1996-present; Session Chair, Dec 2004, Dec 2006; Session Convener, May 2007
Service on Department Committees
- Search Committee, chair, Project Manager and Data Analyst, 2012-2013
- Committee on Multidisciplinary and Global Education and Research, Civil & Environmental Engineering, 2010
- Advisory Committee, 2008-2009
- Energy Use Committee, 2008-2010
- Search Committee, member, Construction Management, 2008-2009; general faculty, 2010, 2013, 2014
- Search Committee, member, Department Head, 2009 and 2014
- Curriculum committee, member, Civil & Environmental Engineering 2006-2009
- Ronald Esmilla Writing Award committee, member, 2005-2009
- Governance committee, member, Environmental Engineering and Science program, Civil & Environmental Engineering, 2005, 2009-present
- Coursework M.S. committee, member, Environmental Engineering and Science program, Civil & Environmental Engineering, 2004-present
Service on College Committees
- College Ad Hoc Committee on Energy & Environmental Sustainability, Jan-May 2007
Service on Campus Committees
- CEE representative to University Senate, 2013-2015
- Chancellor/Provost Faculty Consultation group, 2013-present
Service to Federal and State Government
- Panelist, NSF Environmental Engineering, Washington, DC, April 2013
- Panelist, NASA Panel Review, Washington, DC, January 2010
- Panelist, DoE Panel Review (ARM Climate Research Facility Advisory Board), Washington DC, August 2009, August 2010, August 2011, August 2012
- Panelist, NASA Panel Review, Baltimore, MD, March 2008
- Panelist, Nanoparticle Aerosol Science and Technology Workshop, Indo-U.S. Science and Technology Forum, Mumbai, India, December 2005
- Panelist, Socioeconomic Drivers of Greenhouse Gas Emissions, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, September 2005
- Reviewer, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Fourth Assessment Report, 2005
- Reviewer, World Bank Report on Source Apportionment for Air Quality, 2004-2007
- Reviewer, National Academy of Sciences Report, "Radiative Forcing: Expanding the Concept and Addressing Uncertainties" (208 p.), 2004
- Reviewer, General Accounting Office (GAO) report, "Climate Change: Information on Three Air Pollutants' Climate Effects and Emissions Trends," 2003
Other Outside Service
- Session Leader, NARSTO (North American Research Strategy for Tropospheric Ozone), Particulate Matter Processes Workshop, June 2006
- Session Leader, Carbon Emissions Characterization and Inventory Workshop, Desert Research Institute, Reno, NV, May 2006
- Reviewer for journals: Aerosol Science and Technology, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, Atmospheric Environment, Chemosphere, Climate Research, Energy Policy, Environmental Science and Technology, Geophysical Research Letters, Global Biogeochemical Cycles, Journal of Aerosol Science, Journal of Air and Waste Management Association, Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, Journal of Wind Engineering, Nature, Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, Science of the Total Environment, Science
- Incomplete List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent ( 2004-2015)
- American Geophysical Union, Fellow (2015)
- Nathan M. Newmark Distinguished Professor (2014-present)
- John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Fellow (2014)
- University Scholar (2012-2015)
- National Science Foundation CAREER award (January 2004)
Public Service Honors
- Testimony before U.S. House of Representatives (March 16, 2010)
- Testimony before U.S. House of Representatives (October 18, 2007)
- Chi Epsilon Chapter Honor Member (December 2014)