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Dr Peter James Gallimore


I am Postdoctoral Researcher in the group of Dr Markus Kalberer. My research investigates the chemical and physical properties of airborne particles, with particular interests in:


  • Understanding the multiphase processing of organic compounds in the atmosphere
  • Development of novel analytical chemistry techniques for particle analysis
  • Numerical “box” modelling of aerosol chemistry processes
  • Single-particle experiments on bioaerosols, pharmaceutical formulations and atmospherically relevant organics

Publications

Fluorescence lifetime imaging of optically levitated aerosol: a technique to quantitatively map the viscosity of suspended aerosol particles.
C Fitzgerald, NA Hosny, H Tong, PC Seville, PJ Gallimore, NM Davidson, A Athanasiadis, SW Botchway, AD Ward, M Kalberer, MK Kuimova, FD Pope
– Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP
(2016)
18,
21710
Rapid interrogation of the physical and chemical characteristics of salbutamol sulphate aerosol from a pressurised metered-dose inhaler (pMDI)
H-J Tong, C Fitzgerald, PJ Gallimore, M Kalberer, MK Kuimova, PC Seville, AD Ward, FD Pope
– Chemical communications (Cambridge, England)
(2014)
50,
15499
Characterizing an Extractive Electrospray Ionization (EESI) Source for the Online Mass Spectrometry Analysis of Organic Aerosols
PJ Gallimore, M Kalberer
– Environ Sci Technol
(2013)
47,
7324
The effect of humidity on the ozonolysis of unsaturated compounds in aerosol particles.
JWL Lee, V Carrascón, PJ Gallimore, SJ Fuller, A Björkegren, DR Spring, FD Pope, M Kalberer
– Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP
(2012)
14,
8023
Hygroscopic growth and cloud activation of pollen: A laboratory and modelling study
PT Griffiths, JS Borlace, PJ Gallimore, M Kalberer, M Herzog, FD Pope
– Atmospheric Science Letters
(2012)
13,
289
Importance of relative humidity in the oxidative ageing of organic aerosols: Case study of the ozonolysis of maleic acid aerosol
PJ Gallimore, P Achakulwisut, FD Pope, JF Davies, DR Spring, M Kalberer
– Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics
(2011)
11,
12181
Importance of relative humidity in the oxidative ageing of organic aerosols: Case study of the ozonolysis of maleic acid aerosol
PJ Gallimore, P Achakulwisut, FD Pope, J Davies, DR Spring, M Kalberer
– Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions
(2011)
11,
23169
Ozonolysis of Maleic Acid Aerosols: Effect upon Aerosol Hygroscopicity, Phase and Mass
FD Pope, PJ Gallimore, SJ Fuller, RA Cox, M Kalberer
– Environ Sci Technol
(2010)
44,
6656

Research Group

Telephone number

01223 763615

Email address

pjg48@cam.ac.uk