Faculty Profiles

Faculty

mark gordon
Distinguished Professor
  • Physical and Theoretical
Areas of Expertise:
Method Development for Computational Chemistry and Materials, Massively Parallel Computational Chemistry, Software Engineering, Intermolecular Interactions Including Solvent Effects in Ground and Excited States
tom holme
Morrill Professor
  • Physical and Theoretical
  • Chemical Education
Areas of Expertise:
measurement and assessment of student learning
jacob petrich
Professor
  • Analytical and Bioanalytical
  • Physical and Theoretical
Areas of Expertise:
Analytical Chemistry, Physical Chemistry
Davit Potoyan
Assistant Professor
  • Physical and Theoretical
Areas of Expertise:
Theoretical and Computational Biophysics and Chemistry
marek pruski
Scientist II [A LAB]
  • Physical and Theoretical
Areas of Expertise:
Solid-state NMR
aaron j rossini
Assistant Professor
  • Physical and Theoretical
Areas of Expertise:
Characterization, Materials, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Solid-state NMR, Spectroscopy
xueyu song
Professor
  • Physical and Theoretical
Areas of Expertise:
Theoretical Chemistry
vincenzo venditti
Assistant Professor
  • Physical and Theoretical
Areas of Expertise:
Biochemistry, Biomolecular NMR, Dark States, Enzymology, Molecular Dynamics, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Structural Biology
theresa windus
Distinguished Professor
  • Physical and Theoretical
Areas of Expertise:
Catalysis, Computational Chemistry, Critical Materials, Distributed Computing, Dynamics, Massively Parallel Design and Implementation, Reaction Mechanisms, Renewable Energy and Environmental Science, Software Architectures, Software Interoperability

Emeritus

Bernard Gerstein
Professor Emeritus
  • Physical and Theoretical
  • Chemical Education
Areas of Expertise:
Materials, Physical Chemistry
David Hoffman
Professor Emeritus
  • Physical and Theoretical
Areas of Expertise:
Theoretical Chemistry
Klaus Ruedenberg
Distinguished Professor Emeritus
  • Physical and Theoretical
Areas of Expertise:
molecular structures, quantum theory of electrons and nuclei

In Memoriam

patricia a thiel
Distinguished Professor
  • Physical and Theoretical
Areas of Expertise:
Formation, Nanostructures, Structurally-complex Metallic Alloys, Surface Science Growth