Physical Chemistry

Physical Chemistry Research Group Members

Daryl EggersDaryl Eggers
Professor, Biochemistry
DH 286

Crowding and hydration effects on macromolecular structure.


Nicholas EskerNicholas Esker
Assistant Professor, Nuclear Chemistry, Physical Chemistry
DH 501

Nuclear reaction and decay spectroscopy in isotopes far from stability, superheavy element synthesis, thin film preparations for nuclear targetry, nuclear & radiochemistry.


Gianmarc GrazioliGianmarc Grazioli                                                              Assistant Professor, Computational Chemistry, Physical Chemistry
DH 005B

Computational methods development using molecular simulations and machine learning to study configurational dynamics in biomolecules, molecular self-assembly, and reaction dynamics.


Bradley StoneBradley Stone
Professor Emeritus, Chemical Physics
DH 417

Chemical physics, molecular spectroscopy, laser-induced fluorescence, and molecular astrophysics. Detection of complex organic molecules in the interstellar medium. Computational studies of fluid flow in microfluidic channels. Experimental simulations of aerosol formation in planetary atmospheres.


Annalise Van WyngardenAnnalise Van Wyngarden
Associate Professor, Physical and Atmospheric Chemistry
DH 002

Effects of organic chemistry on the climate-changing properties of atmospheric aerosols. Formation and optical properties of organic coatings on atmospheric aerosols (especially in the upper troposphere and lower stratosphere). Chemical transformations in aerosols during cloud formation and evaporation. Photochemistry of organics in aerosols.


Abraham WolcottAbraham Wolcott
Assistant Professor, Physical Chemistry
DH 005A

Application of nanotechnology and nanodiamonds in neurobiology.