Ok, so it's been a while. The biggest news is that the BioMade EPSCoR that we are a part of got funded!! This massive multi-institutional effort will position New Hampshire to be an epicenter of bioengineering technology. When people think of innovative implants and superhuman synthetic joints, they will think New Hampshire. In particular this means our group will shape the future of neurotransmitter-sensitive MOF-based biosensors for decades to come. Richard and Yibo will be leading the charge on this. Super exciting, stay tuned!!!
Shan has joined Professor Anyin Li's group full time. We wish her the best of luck in her research! Dylan has entered a culinary program in his efforts to become the best chemist/chef around.
The Chapman lab is excited to welcome its first graduate student, Shan Chen! Shan joins us from China Pharmaceutical University in Nanjing, China, and is also a member of Prof. Anyin Li's group. Shan will be studying metal-ligand binding both computationally and experimentally, giving her a unique insight. She likes running and badminton in her free time. We're sure to see some great research from her, so stay tuned. Welcome Shan!
Also new to the group is undergraduate student Dylan Grazier! Dylan is a freshman in the chemistry department, with an enthusiastic interest in fundamental chemical physics. He will be studying the electronic structure and quantum dynamics of substituted polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. He's an avid skateboarder and enjoys cooking Mexican food and reading in his free time. We're looking forward to watching him grow as a research scientist. Welcome Dylan!
The Chapman lab now has open positions for talented and motivated graduate students looking to make an impact in computational/theoretical chemistry including nanoscience and materials science. Contact us or click here for more info.
We also have an open position for a postdoc who has familiarity with density functional theory, TDDFT, real-time TDDFT, wave packet simulations, surface hopping trajectories, GPU programming, or spectroscopy simulations. Contact us directly for more info.