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Winograd, Nicholas [88%]
Dr. Winograd is currently an Evan Pugh Professor of Chemistryat Pennsylvania State University.
Bocarsly, Andrew [87%]
Andrew Bocarsly is a Professsor in Princeton University's Department of Chemistry Frick Laboratory.
Gilbert, Andrew Thomas Beresford [87%]
Our research group focuses on the development of new methods and techniques in the field of computational quantum chemistry. We implement these methodologies ...
Hillisch, Alexander [87%]
Director of Medicinal Chemistry and Head of Computational Chemistry
Sohlberg, Karl [87%]
Dr. Sohlberg’s broad research area is theoretical and computational materials chemistry, with specific research programs in: 1) molecular nano-devices and 2) ...
Rodriguez, Jose [87%]
Surface chemistry and catalysis. Reactions of molecules with metal, oxide and sulfide surfaces. Photoemission spectroscopy of solids. XANES and time-resolved ...
Van Duyne, Richard P. [86%]
Richard P. Van Duyne is currently serving as the Charles E. and Emma H. Morrison Professor of Chemistry at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois.
Hamad-Schifferli, Kimberly [86%]
Dr. Hamad-Schifferli's research interests include: bioengineering, manufacturing, manipulation of biological molecules, chemistry, nanotechnology, materials ...
Cai, Yuguang [85%]
Barbara, Paul [85%]
Paul Barbara was born in New York, NY in 1953. He attended Hofstra University, earning a B.A. in 1974, and then went on to perform graduate work with Professor ...
Alavi, Saman [85%]
Farhat, Tarek [84%]
My research interests are a combination of analytical (instrument design) and materials (polymers and colloids) chemistry.
Mujica, Vladimiro [84%]
Dr. Mujica's areas of research are Theoretical Chemistry, Transport processes in condensed phase and mesoscopic systems, Nonlinear optics and Non-adiabatic ...

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