I am an Associate Professor of Chemistry at Wagner College. I teach Physical Chemistry, Computational Chemistry, and Scientific Computing courses. I use Wolfram language in all of my courses and also for data organization and analysis. My research interests are in computational chemistry and investigating the interfacial partitioning of ions in atmospheric aerosols through molecular dynamics simulations. We also utilize electronic structure theory calculations to probe details of microhydrated anionic clusters. These days I am interested in incorporating machine learning into my courses and research.
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