News + Announcements
  • Weitao Yang Named Honorary Fellow of Chinese Chemical Society

    Professor Weitao Yang has been named an Honorary Fellow of the Chinese Chemical Society.  This is the highest honor that the organization bestows, and the total number of recipients is limited to 100 worldwide.  The title was conferred in recognition of Prof. Yang's contribution to the development of the field of theoretical chemistry as a whole as well as the development of Chemistry in China.

  • Yang Yang Receives Dissertation Award

    Yang Yang, recent graduate of Weitao Yang's lab, has received the 2016 Outstanding Dissertation Award in Theoretical Chemistry at the National Conference of Quantum Chemistry.  The award was presented in Dalian, China for the dissertation "Ground and Electronic Excited States from Pairing Matrix Fluctuation and Particle-Particle Random Phase Approximation".

  • Congratulations to the 2017-2018 Departmental Fellowship Recipients!

    The Department of Chemistry is pleased to congratulate the recipients of the 2017-2018 Fellowship Awards:

    Joe Taylor Adams 

    Anita Donlic (Hargrove Group)

    Charles Bradsher

    Qiwei Han (Liu Group)

    Burroughs Wellcome

  • Charbonneau's Transatlantic Collaboration Highlighted

    Professor Patrick Charbonneau's collaborations with French scientists are solving the glass-problem.  Read more about this work in an interview with Professor Charbonneau on the Office for Science & Technology at the Embassy of France in the United States' webpage here

     

     

  • Prof. Warren Receives 2017 RSC Liversidge Award

    Congratulations to Professor Warren S. Warren, the 2017 Liversidge awardee. Warren has been recognized by the Royal Society of Chemistry for his pioneering use of nonlinear optical imaging to extract molecular information, methodology he has applied to a wide range of important problems.  To read more on Professor Warren and the Liversidge award, please see the RSC's announcement here.  

     

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