His background in the analysis of a variety of nonlinear reaction, transport, mechanical phenomena has led to breakthroughs in the theory of self-organizing systems.

The CTCN is responsible for the following ongoing projects:

  • Developing the mathematical physics of supramolecular systems and implementing multiscale methods for simulating supramillion Newtonian systems
  • Developing and implementing methods for the computer-aided design of vaccines protective against microbial pathogens and cancer.
  • Developing computer-aided strategies for the design of nanostructured materials with specified stability and electronic properties.

Subject areas:

  • Chemical Biology
  • Physical
  • Energy
  • Life
  • Origins

Subject Areas

  • Chemistry
  • Geology
PhD, Cornell University, Applied Theoretical Physics, 1970
BS, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1964
chemical sciences physical chemistry computational chemistry computer applications computer modeling