Hands-on experience in cutting-edge research
Individual interaction with faculty
Training in the use of state-of-the-art instrumentation
The range of research conducted by our 16 active research faculty covers all areas of modern chemistry including:
About: Development of methods for the detection of molecules of environmental and medical importance; development of new battery materials.
About: Study of protein structure, dynamics, and folding; biomolecular solution and solid state NMR; antifreeze proteins; DNA recognition. Includes bioinorganic, bioorganic and mass spectrometry.
About: Design of metal-based anticancer agents; development of catalysts for industrial processes; computational analysis of industrially important processes.
About: Ligand design for metal-catalyzed reactions; carbohydrate methodology; drugs for photodynamic therapy; supramolecular chemistry; organic light-harvesting nanoassemblies; DNA synthesis; photochemically induced electron transfer; mechanisms of organic reactions; design of new pharmaceuticals.
About: Thermodynamic and kinetic understanding of amorphous solids and supercooled liquids; solid-state NMR spectroscopy; Raman and Brillouin scattering; calorimetry; high-pressure phase transformations; molecular spectroscopy; nonlinear optics; reaction dynamics