The Gordon group develops new theoretical models for the study of chemical phenomena in the gas phase and the condensed phases. Of particular interest are the effects of solvents on chemical processes in the ground and excited electronic states, including the dynamics of photochemical phenomena. To enable such studies, the development of computational chemistry computer codes for massively parallel computers and for novel computer architectures forms an important component of the research.
Ames Laboratory Of US DOE, Chemistry
Area of Expertise:
Method Development for Computational Chemistry and Materials
Massively Parallel Computational Chemistry
Intermolecular Interactions Including Solvent Effects in Ground and Excited States