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  • Chemistry Department - University of Chicago
    Society OSA Featured Faculty Member Steven Sibener Our research interests currently center on using experimental and theoretical techniques Read more Contact Information Department of Chemistry 5735 S Ellis Ave Chicago IL 60637 Phone 773 702 7250 Fax 773 702 0805 Email Inquiry Upcoming Events Apr 24 1 15 PM Professor Mary Watson University of Delaware Transition Metal March 3 2015 0 50 35AM Host Jared Lewis 2 3546 Persons with

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  • The Department - Chemistry Department - University of Chicago
    Chicago A Brief History The vision and creativity of William Rainey Harper the first president of the University make the University of Chicago a unique place to study science today Departmental Activities Some chemistry and not so chemistry related activities that the students and faculty participate in each year People Important people that keep the chemistry department running like clockwork Student Profiles Our students are a diverse and talented group

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  • Faculty - Chemistry Department - University of Chicago
    Reaction Dynamics Spectroscopy Dickinson Bryan C Chemical Biology Protein Engineering Molecular Evolution Dinner Aaron Biophysical Theoretical Engel Greg Biophysical Reaction Dynamics Spectroscopy Ultrafast Guyot Sionnest Philippe Materials Surface He Chuan Bioinorganic Chemical Biology Hopkins Michael D Materials Nanoscale Organometallic Supramolecular Jordan Richard F Catalysis Organometallic Polymer Inorganic Kent Stephen B H Bioorganic Chemical Biology Organic Synthesis Kozmin Sergey A Chemical Biology Natural Products Drug Discovery Krishnan Yamuna Bioorganic Chemical Biology Lee Ka Yee C Biophysical Materials Surface Levy Donald Spectroscopy Lewis Jared Catalysis Organometallic Protein Engineering Lin Wenbin Catalysis Materials Organometallic Mazziotti David A Chemical Physics Theoretical Piccirilli Joseph A Bioorganic Chemical Biology Rawal Viresh H Asymmetric Catalysis Organic Synthesis Roux Benoît Biophysical Theoretical Scherer Norbert F Biophysical Materials Single molecule Ultrafast Sibener Steven J Biophysical Materials Polymer Reaction Dynamics Surface Talapin Dmitri Materials Nanoscale Inorganic Tian Bozhi Biophysical Materials Nanoscale Inorganic Tokmakoff Andrei Biophysical Spectroscopy Vaikuntanathan Suri Biophysical Chemical Physics Theoretical Voth Gregory A Biophysical Chemical Physics Materials Theoretical Weizmann Yossi Chemical Biology Materials Nanoscale Supramolecular Yu Luping Materials Nanoscale Polymer Supramolecular EMERITUS IN RESIDENCE Berry R Stephen Chemical Physics Clayton Robert N Cosmochemistry Geochemistry Eaton Philip E Freed Karl F Biophysical Polymer Physics Theoretical Gomer Robert Halpern Jack

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  • Chemistry Courses - Chemistry Department - University of Chicago
    Descriptions Courses Offered and Schedules for 2007 2008 Courses Offered and Schedules for 2008 2009 Courses Offered and Schedules for 2010 2011 Courses Offered and Schedules for 2011 2012 Courses Offered and Schedules for 2012 2013 Courses Offered and Schedules for 2013 2014 Courses Offered and Schedules for 2014 2015 University On Line Course Catalog Chalk Course Web Pages Most of the courses taught each quarter have their respective course

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  • Facilities - Chemistry Department - University of Chicago
    Gaussian 98 03 Gamess and Jaguar from Schroedinger Inc Plutonium Cluster The Plutonium Cluster is an 18 node plus master node 64 bit Linux system from PSSC Labs The system is based on Intel Xeon E5420 2 5 GHz Quad Core processors and encompasses 152 processor cores 292 GB memory and 10 5 TB disk space in total Several free and commercial programs are installed including Torque OpenPBS MPI Gaussian 03 Rev E 01 Gaussian 09 Rev A 02 and ADF Ver 2009 01 The cluster use is free of charge for faculty current students and postdoctoral fellows of the Department of Chemistry It is hosted in NSIT server room located in the Hinds building USITE Computing clusters Extensive general computing resources are also available as part of the NSIT campus USITE computing clusters SEARLE CLEANROOM AND NANOFABRICATION FACILITY Manager Shivakumar Bhaskaran Web http searle cleanroom uchicago edu The Searle Cleanroom is a multi user facility that houses a variety of deposition lithography and device characterization tools in Class 100 1000 space In adjacent space are facilities for handling chemical and biological samples SPECTROSCOPIC FACILITIES Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Facility Facility Manager Antoni Jurkiewicz Office Searle 340 Phone 773 834 7420 Web http chem nmr uchicago edu For detailed information refer to the Chem NMR web site above X Ray Crystallography X ray Laboratory location Searle Lab 013 Facility Manager Alexander Filatov Searle Lab 402 Phone 773 834 5861 Web https xray uchicago edu Bruker D8 VENTURE single crystal dual source diffractometer PHOTON 100 detector with CMOS technology and large 100 cm 2 active area High brilliance IμS microfocus X ray sources Air cooled Mo and Cu radiation The 3 circle fixed chi goniometer APEX2 software suit for chemical crystallography KRATOS AXIS NOVA X ray Photoelectron Spectrometer High power Al monochromator 180 hemispherical analyzer Scanned and snapshot spectroscopy modes 2D imaging mode Sputtering using Ar ion beam Add ons UPS Ultraviolet Photoemission Spectroscopy and ISS Ion Scattering Spectroscopy Bruker D8 Powder X ray diffractometer X ray diffraction is one of the most powerful techniques for structural analysis of crystalline solids Analysis of wide angle diffraction patterns provides information about internal atomic structure of nanoparticles and nanowires whereas the small angle X ray scattering is useful for investigation of nanoparticle assemblies superlattices and thin films All of these experiments can be carried out using the Bruker D8 Powder X ray diffractometer equipped with sensitive area detector Mass Spectroscopy Facility Director Dr C Jin Qin email changqin uchicago edu Office SCL 340C Phone 773 834 8905 Chromatography and Mass Spectrometers Agilent 6540 Q Tof MS MS with nanoLC Chip for metabolite ID discovery proteomics metabolomics and etc in GCIS E240 Agilent 6460 Triple Quad MS MS with 1290 UHPLC for MRM Quantitation in GCIS E240 Bruker Ultraflextreme MALDI Tof Tof for Non volatile Organics Polymers Peptides and Proteins in GCIS E240 Varian Saturn 2000 GCMS MS for Volatile and Semi volatile Samples in Searle 340 Agilent 6224 Tof MS for Accurate Mass Analyses

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  • Affiliated Institutes - Chemistry Department - University of Chicago
    treatment by providing answers to fundamental biological questions and by finding applications for groundbreaking scientific discoveries Enrico Fermi Institute EFI The EFI was founded after World War II and has played a central role in the development of basic research in nuclear physics and nuclear chemistry elementary particle physics and astrophysics Today the most active areas of research within the institute include high energy experimental physics theoretical particle physics quantum field theory astronomy and high energy astrophysics cosmology general relativity solar and planetary research geo and cosmochemistry electron and ion microscopy and solar energy concentration Howard Hughes Medical Institute The Howard Hughes Medical Institute s primary objective is the promotion of human knowledge within the field of basic sciences principally the field of medical research and medical education and the effective application for the benefit of humanity A scientific and philanthropic organization its laboratories are located in academic medical centers universities and other research institutions throughout the United States Investigators at the University of Chicago focus on five broad areas cell biology and regulation genetics immunology neuroscience and structural biology James Franck Institute JFI The JFI is an association of scientists with primary interests in the study of physical chemistry and condensed matter physics It was established after World War II as the Institute for the Study of Metals with the present name being adopted in 1967 to reflect a broader emphasis on the chemistry and physics of materials solids liquids and gases Materials Research Science and Engineering Center MRSEC The NSF Materials Research Center at the University of Chicago is an institute comprised of researchers interested in projects at the forefront of materials science The MRSEC s shared resources allow for opportunities in collaboration and discovery that are not always possible for individual research groups The Institute for Biophysical

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  • Seminar Series - Chemistry Department - University of Chicago
    on the research staff of Universal Oil Products UOP The PRF Petroleum Research Fund was created from assets of UOP The Wheland Medal is awarded every other year in memory of the physical organic chemist George Wheland Recipients include Frank H Westheimer Harden M McConnell Nelson Leonard Fred Wudl Roberft L Baldwin and Robert Grubbs Most recently we have created a Mulliken Medal and Lectureship in memory of Nobelist Robert S Mulliken a long time member of this department The first recipient of this award was Gerhard Herzberg followed by Michael Kasha and Richard Zare Named Lectures William Draper Harkins Memorial Lecture 2015 Professor Sir Richard Friend Edward Clark Lee Memorial Lecture 2015 Professor Christopher Cummins Career Panel Series Career Panel Series is a student organized panel series to provide graduate students with an opportunity to interact with alumni from various career fields such as academia industrial research and development government labs science policy government agencies financial consulting and other nontraditional fields Through this panel current students and postdocs will become more aware of career choices in various fields and be well equipped to pursue their career choices Seminar Schedules Monday Chemistry Colloquia Seminars begin at 4 00pm in Kent 120 Tea and cookies are in the Kent Lobby at 3 45 MRSEC Seminars A weekly seminar devoted to various topics of interest pertaining to the study of condensed matter Held at 12 30pm in the Kersten Physics Teaching Center room 206 Tuesday James Franck Institute Colloquia The JFI seminars cover topics of interest in chemical physics and condensed matter Seminars begin at 4 00pm in the Research Institutes room 480 Tea beforehand Wednesday Tiger Talks Every Wednesday night during the academic year a seasoned graduate student or post doc presents his or her work to their fellow graduate students

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  • Chemistry Department - University of Chicago
    fellows but also the opportunity for the recruiter to present a talk about their company Recruiters should contact Melinda Moore at 773 702 7250 to arrange all aspects of the visit Industrial Associates Meeting The Molecular Sciences Industrial Associates Meeting IAM showcases University of Chicago graduate students and postdocs in chemistry chemical biology biophysics molecular engineering and related disciplines to potential employers in industrial and government settings Employers have the

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