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Curriculum vitae

Dr. Hai Lin


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Dr. Hai Lin 

Associate Professor, Chemistry Department,
University of Colorado Denver, SI 4126B,

Campus Mail 194, PO Box 173364, Denver, CO 80217

Tel: +1-303-352-3889, Fax: +1-303-556-4776
E-mail: hai.lin@ucdenver.edu

 

(Updated 9/3/2015) (Back to upper level)

 

Education

(1993) BSc. Eng. in Computer Science, University of Science and Technology of China

(1995) M. S. in Physics, University of Science and Technology of China

(1998) Ph. D. in Chemistry, University of Science and Technology of China

 

Positions and Appointments

2011-now

Associate Professor, University of Colorado Denver

2005-2011

Assistant Professor, University of Colorado Denver

2003-2005

Minnesota Supercomputing Institute Research Scholar, University of Minnesota

2005

Project Manager for Integrated Tools for Computational Chemical Dynamics, University of Minnesota

2001-2003

Max-Planck Postdoctoral Fellow, Max-Planck Institute for Carbon Research, Germany

2000-2001

Alexander von Humboldt Fellow, University-Wuppertal, Germany

1998-2000

Assistant Professor, University of Science and Technology of China

 

Awards/Fellowship

  • Cottrell Scholar, Research Corporation for Science Advancement (2015, for PUI class 2006)
  • Camille & Henry Dreyfus Foundation: Henry Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award (2014)
  • Research Corporation for Science Advancement: Cottrell College Science Multi-Investigator Award (2013)
  • Alexander von Humboldt Alumni Research Fellowship (2012)
  • National Science Foundation: CAREER Award (2010)
  • Excellence in Research & Creative Work Award (2007), College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, University of Colorado Denver
  • Research Corporation: Cottrell College Science Award (2006)
  • Minnesota Supercomputing Institute Research Scholarship (2003)
  • Max-Planck Postdoctoral Research Fellowship (2001-2003, Germany)
  • Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellowship (1999, Germany)
  • Excellent Prize of President Scholarship of Chinese Academy of Sciences (1998, China)

 

Research

Multiscale modeling and simulations of chemical reactions in complex environments

Method Development

  1. Molecular dynamics by open-boundary quantum-mechanics/molecular-mechanics (QM/MM)
  2. Electrostatically embedded many-body expansion of potentials

 

Applications

  1. Chloride and proton transferred by CLC chloride ion transport proteins
  2. Association of synaptotagmin C2 domains with membranes
  3. Cytochrome P450 enzymes: substrate docking and oxidizations
  4. Cluster formation and dynamics of ammonia and sulfuric acids

Selected Peer-reviewed Articles after 2005 (* indicates undergraduate or M.S. students)

  1. *Chon, N. L.; Osterberg, J. R.; *Henderson, J.; Khan, H.; Reuter, N.; Knight, J. D.; Lin, H. "Membrane docking of synaptotagmin-7 C2A domain: 2. Computations reveal interplay between electrostatic and hydrophobic contributions." Biochemistry, 2015, 54, 5696-5711, DOI: 10.1021/acs.biochem.5b00422 text
  2. Pezeshki, S.; Lin, H. " Adaptive-partitioning QM/MM for molecular dynamics simulations: 4. Proton hopping in bulk water." Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 2015, 11, 2398-2411. text
  3. Pezeshki, S.; *Davis, C.; Heyden, A.; Lin, H. "Adaptive-Partitioning QM/MM Dynamics Simulations: 3. Solvent Molecules Entering and Leaving Protein Binding Sites." Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 2014, 10, 4765-4776. text
  4. Pezeshki, S.; Lin, H. "Molecular dynamics simulations of ion solvation by flexible-boundary QM/MM: On-the-fly partial charge transfer between QM and MM subsystems." Journal of Computational Chemistry 2014, 35, 1778-1788. text
  5. Pezeshki, S.; Lin, H. "Recent developments in QM/MM methods towards open-boundary multi-scale simulations." Molecular Simulations 2014, 41, 168-189. text
  6. *Chon, N.; Lee, S.; Lin, H. "A theoretical study of temperature dependence of cluster formation from sulfuric acid and ammonia." Chemical Physics 2014, 433, 60-66. text
  7. *Church, J.; Pezeshki, S.; *Davis, C.; Lin, H. "Charge transfer and polarization for chloride ions bound in clc transport proteins: natural bond orbital and energy decomposition analyses." Journal of Physical Chemistry B 2013, 117, 16029-16043. text
  8. Wu, X.; Thiel, W.; Pezeshki, S.; Lin, H. "Specific reaction path Hamiltonian for proton transfer in water: Re-parameterized semi-empirical methods." Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 2013, 9, 2672-2686. text
  9. Pezeshki, S.; Lin, H. "Adaptive-Partitioning Redistributed Charge and Dipole Schemes for QM/MM Dynamics Simulations: On-the-fly Relocation of Boundaries that Pass through Covalent Bonds." Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation, 2011, 7, 3625-3634. text
  10. *Smith, M.; Lin, H. "Charge delocalization upon chloride ion binding in ClC chloride ion channels/transporters." Chemical Physics Letters, 2011, 502, 112-117. text
  11. *Ader, L.; Jones, D. N. M.; Lin, H. "Alcohol binding to the odorant binding protein LUSH: Multiple factors affecting binding affinities."Biochemistry, 2010, 49, 6136-6142. text
  12. Zhang, Y.; Lin, H. "Flexible-boundary QM/MM calculations: II. Partial charge transfer across the QM/MM boundary that passes through a covalent bond."Theoretical Chemistry Accounts 2010, 216, 315-322. text
  13. Zhang, Y.; Lin, H. "Quantum tunneling in testosterone 6β-hydroxylation by cytochrome P450: Reaction dynamics calculations employing multiconfiguration molecular-mechanical potential energy surfaces."Journal of Physical Chemistry A 2009, 113, 11501-11508. text
  14. Zhang, Y.; Lin, H. "Flexible-boundary quantum-mechanical/molecular-mechanical calculations: Partial charge transfer between the quantum-mechanical and molecular-mechanical subsystems."Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 2008, 4, 414-425. text
  15. Zhang, Y.; *Morisetti, P.; *Kim, J.; *Smith, L., Lin, H. "Regioselectivity preference of testosterone hydroxylation by cytochrome P450 3A4."Theoretical Chemistry Accounts 2008, 121, 313-319. text
  16. Zhang, Y.; Lin, H.; Truhlar, D. G. "Self-consistent polarization of the boundary in the redistributed charge and dipole scheme for combined quantum mechanical and molecular mechanical calculations."Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 2007, 3, 1378-1398. text
  17. Lin, H.; Truhlar, D. G. "QM/MM: What have we learned, where are we, and where do we go from here?" Theoretical Chemistry Accounts 2007, 117, 185-199. text
  18. Heyden, A.; Lin, H.; Truhlar, D. G. "Adaptive partitioning in combined quantum mechanical and molecular mechanical calculations of potential energy functions for multiscale simulations."Journal of Physical Chemistry B 2007, 111, 2231-2241. text
  19. Lin, H.; Zhao, Y.; Tischchenko, O.; Truhlar, D. G. "Multiconfiguration molecular mechanics based on combined quantum mechanical and molecular mechanical calculations."Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 2006, 2, 1237-1254. text
  20. Lin, H.; Truhlar, D. G. "Redistributed charge and dipole schemes for combined quantum-mechanical and molecule mechanical calculations."Journal of Physical Chemistry A 2005, 109, 3991-4004. text

Selected Peer-reviewed Articles before 2005

  1. Lin, H.; Schoeboom, J. C.; Cohen, S.; Shaik, S.; Thiel, W. "QM/MM study of the product-enzyme complex in P450cam catalysis." Journal of Physical Chemistry B 2004, 108, 10083-10088. text
  2. Lin, H.; Pu, J.; Albu, T. V.; Truhlar, D. G. "Efficient molecular mechanics for chemical reactions:  multi-configuration molecular mechanics using partial electronic structure Hessians."Journal of Physical Chemistry A 2004, 108, 4112-4124. text
  3. Lin, H.; Thiel, W.; Yurchenko, S. N.; Carvajal, M.; Jensen, P. "Vibrational energies for NH3 based on high level ab initio potential energy surfaces." Journal of Chemical Physics 2002, 117, 11265-11276. text
  4. Lin, H.; Bueger, H.; Mkadmi, E. B.; He, S. G.; Yuan, L. F.; Breidung, J.; Thiel, W.; Huet, T. R.; Demaison, J. "The Si-H stretching-bending overtone polyads of SiHF3: assignments, band intensities, internal coordinate force field, and ab initio dipole moment surfaces. Journal of Chemical Physics 2001, 115, 1378-1391. text
  5. Hu, S. M.; Lin, H.; He, S. G.; Cheng, J. X.; Zhu, Q. S. "Fourier-transform intra-cavity absorption spectroscopy of HOD v(OD) = 5 overtone." Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 1999, 1, 3727-3730. text

 Computational program packages (co-authored) 

  1. QMMM
  2. MBPAC
  3. MCSI (formerly MC-TINKER)
  4. MC-TINKERATE

 Research Supports

  1. National Science Foundation (PI, 2016-2019) "Adaptive QM/MM Methods for Proton Transfer in Complex Environments," Grant No. CHE-1564349, $405,000
  2. NERSC (PI, 2015-2016) "Ion Solvation and Transport in Complex Environments by Advanced Quantum-Mechanics/Molecular-Mechanics," Grant No. m2495. CPU time 50,000 service units.
  3. XSEDE (PI, 2015-2016) "Multiscale Simulations of Membrane Proteins," Grant No. 140070 (renewed). CPU time 2,188,235 (original 1,738,235 and supplment 450,000) service units.
  4. Camille & Henry Dreyfus Foundation (PI, 2014-2019) "Open-Boundary QM/MM Methods for Multiscale Modeling and Simulations of Chemical Reactions in Complex Environments," Grant No. TH-14-028, $60,000
  5. XSEDE (PI, 2014-2015) "Multiscale Simulations of Membrane Proteins," Grant No. 140070. CPU time 1,181,576 service units.
  6. Research Corporation for Science Advancement (co-PI, 2013-2015) "Hydrophobic and electrostatic driving forces for protein-membrane docking: A combined experimental and computational approach," Grant No. 22399, $100,000
  7. XSEDE (PI, 2013-2014) "Multiscale Simulations of Chloride Transport Proteins," Grant No. 130090. CPU time 150,000 service units.
  8. National Renewal Energy Laboratory (PI, Subcontract 2013) "Catalytic Conversion of Biomass," $35,065
  9. National Science Foundation (PI, 2009-2014) "CAREER: Multiscale Simulations of Chloride Transport Proteins by Combined Quantum and Classic Mechanical Approaches," Grant No. CHE-0952337, $625,000
  10. National Science Foundation (PI, Subcontract 2009) "Mathematics and Chemistry" (NSF/1717-528-6056, $17,090) of "Institute for Mathematics and its Applications," Grant No. 9810289.
  11. William R. Wiley Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory (co-PI, 2009) "Computational Chemical Dynamics of Complex Systems" (Grant No. GC34900) 800,000 node-hours CPU time at the Molecular Science Computing Facility, a U.S. Department of Energy national scientific user facility located at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
  12. National Science Foundation (Senior Personnel, 2008) "MRI-Consortium: Acquisition of a Supercomputer by the Front Range Computing Consortium," $3,995,000.
  13. Research Corporation (PI, 2006-2011) "Reaction mechanism and dynamics of cytochrome P2450 3A4 enzyme by combined quantum mechanical/molecular mechanical computation," Grant No. CC6725, $34,950
  14. National Natural Science Foundation of China (PI, 2000) "Study of the highly excited molecular overtones by Fourier Transform Intra-cavity Laser Absorption Spectroscopy (FT-ICLAS),"Grant No. 29903010

 

Internal Funding Supports

  1. University of Colorado Denver, Office of Research Services Grant (2016) ""Structure-based computer-aided drug design for C-terminal binding protein 1," $25,000
  2. University of Colorado Denver, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Dissemination Grant (2012), support attending 2012 Gordon conference at Mountain Snow, VA.
  3. University of Colorado Denver, Young Upwardly Mobile Professors Grant (2011), support attending 241st ACS National Meeting at Anaheim, CA.
  4. University of Colorado Denver Faculty Development Fund (2010) "Development of new research program in computational nanotoxicology," $2,000
  5. University of Colorado Denver College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Research Innovation Seed Programs (2009) Theoretical Modeling for Alcohol Binding to the LUSH Protein," $7,914
  6. University of Colorado Denver College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Research Innovation Seed Programs (2008) Ion Solvation and Transport in Aqueous Solutions by Combined QM/MM Simulations," $14,996
  7. University of Colorado Denver, Young Upwardly Mobile Professors Grant, (2009), support attending the International Symposium on Theoretical and Computational Chemistry, Muelheim an der Ruhr, Germany
  8. University of Colorado Denver, Young Upwardly Mobile Professors Grant (2008), support scientific visit of Dr. Feng Shuang to our group
  9. University of Colorado Denver, Young Upwardly Mobile Professors Grant (2007), support attending 234th ACS National Meeting at Boston, MA
  10. University of Colorado Denver, Young Upwardly Mobile Professors Grant (2006), support attending 231st ACS National Meeting at Atlanta, GA

 

Invited Presentations

  1. (2015) "Ion Solvation by QM/MM: Flexible-boundary and Adaptive-Partitioning," Host: Prof. Lyudmila Slipchenko, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
  2. (2015) "Simulations of Membrane Proteins," Host: Prof. Rui Zhao, University of Colorado Denver Anschutz Medical Campus, Denver, CO
  3. (2015) "Unconventional QM/MM: Flexible-boundary and Adaptive-Partition," Host: Prof. Shenggui He, Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academic of Sciences, Beijing, China
  4. (2015) "Adaptive-Partitioning QM/MM Dynamics Simulations of Proton Transfer," 249th ACS National Meeting, Denver, CO
  5. (2014) "Chemical Insights for Biological Phenomena by Computer Modeling and Simulations," Host: Prof. Andrew Bonham, Seminar in the Chemistry Department, Metro State University of Denver. 
  6. (2013) "Toward the Open-Boundary QM/MM Dynamics Simulations," DFT-based Multi-layer Methods workshop, Lorentz Center, University of Leiden, Leiden, the Netherlands. 
  7. (2013) "Toward the Next Generation QM/MM: Partial Charge Transfer and Adaptive Partition," Host: Prof. Rex Skodje, Physical Chemistry Seminar in the Chemistry Department, University of Colorado at Boulder.
  8. (2012) "Open-boundary QM/MM: Partial Charge Transfer and Adaptive Partition." Host: Prof. Daan Geerke, Seminar in the Department of Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Sciences, VU University Amsterdam, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  9. (2012) "Multiscale and Multilevel Simulations of Biological Systems." Host: Prof. Ulrich Kleinekathoefer, Seminar in the Chemistry Department, Jacobs University Bremen, Germany.
  10. (2012) "Beyond Conventional QM/MM: Potential & Dynamics." Host: Prof. Johannes Kaestner, Seminar in the Chemistry Department, University of Stuttgart, Germany.
  11. (2012) "Unconventional QM/MM: Flexible boundary and Adaptive Partition." Host: Prof. Walter Thiel, Theoretical Chemistry Group Seminar, Max-Planck Institute for Carbon Research, Muelheim an der Ruhr, Germany.
  12. (2012) "Multiscale and Multilevel Modeling and Simulations in the Condensed Phase." Host: Prof. Vidar Jensen, Seminar in the Chemistry Department, University of Bergen, Norway.
  13. (2012) "Multi-scale and Multi-level Modeling for Condensed-Phase." Invited Leader of Discussion, Gordon Conference of Computational Chemistry 2012, Mountain Snow, VA.
  14. (2012) "QM/MM: An Efficient Computational Tool for Studying Enzymatic Reactions," Host: Dr. Michael Crowley, Seminar at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, CO.
  15. (2011) "Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Biomolecules by Open-boundary QM/MM," Host: Dr. Bernard Brooks, Seminar at the Laboratory of Computational Biology, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, NIH, Bethesda, MD.
  16. (2011) "Open-boundary QM/MM for Enzyme Simulations," Computational Enzymology: From Mechanistic Understanding to Inhibitor and Biocatalyst Design Symposium, 43rd IUPAC World Chemistry Congress, San Juan, PR.
  17. (2011) "Multiscale Simulations by Open-boundary QM/MM," Symposium of New Frontier of Combined Quantum Mechanical Molecular Mechanical Methods: Theory and Applications in Chemistry and Biology, 42nd ACS Central Regional Meeting, Indianapolis, IN
  18. (2011) "Multiscale Simulations of Large-Size Reactive Systems by Combining Quantum Mechanics and Molecular Mechanics," Host: Prof. Amber Kummel, Physical Chemistry Seminar, Colorado State University
  19. (2010) "Testosterone Hydroxylation by Cytochrome P450 3A4," Host: Prof. Zexing Cao, Quantum Chemistry Seminar, Xiamen University, China
  20. (2010) "Multiscale Simulations of Large-Size Reactive Systems by Combining Quantum Mechanics and Molecular Mechanics," Host: Prof. Jinlong Yang, Hefei National Laboratory for Physical Sciences at the Microscale, University of Science and Technology of China, China
  21. (2010) "Multiscale Simulations of Large-Size Reactive Systems by Combining Quantum Mechanics and Molecular Mechanics," Host: Prof. Feng Shuang, Institute of Intelligent Machines, Chinese Academic of Sciences, Hefei, China
  22. (2010) "Multiscale Simulations of Large-Size Reactive Systems by Combining Quantum Mechanics and Molecular Mechanics," Host: Prof. Shenggui He, Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academic of Sciences, Beijing, China
  23. (2009) "Flexible-boundary QM/MM: partial charge transfer between QM and MM subsystems," Host: Prof. Donald Truhlar, Computational Chemistry Group Seminar, University of Minnesota
  24. (2008) "Flexible-boundary QM/MM: Adaptive partition and partial charge transfer between QM and MM subsystems," Host: Prof. Kenneth Merz, Jr., Quantum Theory Project, University of Florida
  25. (2007) "Understand biochemical processes at the atomic level," Host: Prof. Rui Zhao, Program in Biomolecular Structure Seminar, School of Medicine, University of Colorado Denver. 
  26. (2007) "Toward more realistic simulations of large-size reactive systems by combining quantum mechanics and molecular mechanics in new ways," Science Driven Petascale Computing and Capability Development, Pacific Northwest National Lab, Richland, WA
  27. (2006) "An accurate and efficient computational tool for understanding enzymatic reactions," Host: Prof. Jan Mandel, Center for Computational Mathematics Seminar, Department of Mathematics, University of Colorado Denver
  28. (2005) "QM/MM: What have we learned, where are we, and where do we go from here?" 10th Electronic Computational Chemistry Conference
  29. (2001) "Overtone intensities of XH (X = C and Si) chromophores in some small molecules," Host: Prof. Michael Dolg, Department of Chemistry, Bonn University, Germany
  30. (2000) "Overtone intensities of XH (X = C and Si) chromophores in some small molecules," Host: Prof. Walter Thiel, Max-Planck-Institut for Kohlenforschung, Muelheim an der Ruhr, Germany
  31. (2000) "Overtone intensities of XH (X = C and Si) chromophores in some small molecules," Workshop on Reductions of the Rovibrational Hamiltonian, Oberwolfach, Germany
  32. (2000) "Fourier transform intra-cavity laser absorption spectroscopy and vibrational overtone intensities," Host: Prof. Bernd Abel, Department of Physical Chemistry, Goetingen University, Germany
  33. (1999) "Fourier transform intra-cavity laser absorption spectroscopy and vibrational overtone intensities," Host: Prof. Li Li, Department of Chemistry, Tsinghua University, China

 

Service

 

Committees/Panels

  1. 2013-now, Mentor, Tenure Track Faculty Mentoring Program, University of Colorado Denve
  2. 2015-2016 Associate Departmental Chair, Chemistry Department, University of Colorado Denver
  3. 2015-2016 Interim Graduate Program Advisor, Chemistry Department, University of Colorado Denver
  4. 2015-2016 Chair of Faculty Search Committee, Chemistry Department, University of Colorado Denver
  5. 2015-2016 Capital Equipment Fund Committee, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, University of Colorado Denver
  6. 2015-2016 Coordinator of Departmental Seminar, Chemistry Department, University of Colorado Denver
  7. 2015 Review Panel, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Science to Achieve Results (STAR) Fellowship Program
  8. 2015 RTP Committees, Chemistry Department, University of Colorado Denver
  9. 2015 Departmental Award Committee, Chemistry Department, University of Colorado Denver
  10. 2014-2015 Faculty Search Committee, Chemistry Department, University of Colorado Denver
  11. 2014 Personnel Committee, Chemistry Department, University of Colorado Denver
  12. 2013-2014 Chair of Faculty Search Committee, Chemistry Department, University of Colorado Denver
  13. 2008-2013 Mentor, LAB COATS program
  14. 2012 Review Panel, National Science Foundation
  15. 2012 Personnel Committee, Chemistry Department, University of Colorado Denver
  16. 2011-2012 Interim Graduate Program Advisor, Chemistry Department, University of Colorado Denver
  17. 2011-2012 Curriculum Committee, Chemistry Department, University of Colorado Denver
  18. 2011-2012 Chair of Faculty Search Committee, Chemistry Department, University of Colorado Denver
  19. 2010-2012 Executive Committee, Center of Computational Mathematics, University of Colorado Denver
  20. 2011 Personnel Committee, Chemistry Department, University of Colorado Denver
  21. 2010-2011 Chair of Faculty Search Committee, Chemistry Department, University of Colorado Denver
  22. 2010 Review Panel, CRISPS Grant, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, University of Colorado Denver
  23. 2010 Review Panel, Faculty Award for Research & Creative Activities, University of Colorado Denver
  24. 2010 Personnel Committee, Chemistry Department, University of Colorado Denver
  25. 2005-2010 Graduate Program Committee, Chemistry Department, University of Colorado Denver
  26. 2009 Member, Center for Computational Biology, University of Colorado Denver
  27. 2009 Review Panel, National Science Foundation
  28. 2009 External Evaluator, National Research Foundation of South Africa
  29. 2009 Review Panel, Faculty Award for Research & Creative Activities, University of Colorado Denver
  30. 2009 Review Panel, Dissemination Grant, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, University of Colorado Denver
  31. 2006-2009 Faculty Council, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, University of Colorado Denver
  32. 2007-2008 Faculty Search Committee, Chemistry Department, University of Colorado Denver
  33. 2005-2006 Faculty Search Committee, Department of Mathematics, University of Colorado Denver
  34. 2005-2006 Faculty Search Committee, Chemistry Department, University of Colorado Denver

 

Professional Membership

American Chemical Society 

 

Reviewing Manuscripts

Angewandte Chemie, Journal of the American Chemical Society, Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation, Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling, Journal of Computational Chemistry, Journal of Physical Chemistry, Biochemistry, PCCP, Chemical Science RSC, RSC Advance, Inorganic Chemistry, Coordination Chemistry Reviews, Computational Physics Communications, Journal of Theoretical and Computational Chemistry, Molecular Physics, Spectrochimica Acta A, Journal of the Optical Society of America B, and Applied Optics, PLoS ONE

 

Reviewing for External Agencies

National Science Foundation, Research Corporation, Petroleum Research Fund, Environmental Protection Agency, Austrian Science Fund, Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology, National Research Foundation of South Africa, Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research 

 

Workshop

"Computational Drug Discovery," UCD-Schroedinger Inc., Oct. 18, 2013

 

Teaching

 

Courses Taught/Scheduled

  1. Physical Chemistry: Thermodynamics and Kinetics (CHEM4521 section 001) Spring 2016
  2. Physical Chemistry: Quantum and Spectroscopy (CHEM4521 section 001) Fall 2015
  3. Physical Chemistry: Thermodynamics and Kinetics (CHEM4511 section 001) Spring 2015
  4. Physical Chemistry: Quantum and Spectroscopy (CHEM4521 section 001) Fall 2014
  5. Computational Chemistry (CHEM5510 section 001) Fall 2014
  6. Advanced Physical Chemistry (CHEM5530 section 001) Spring 2014
  7. Physical Chemistry II (CHEM4521 section 001) Spring 2014
  8. Physical Chemistry I (CHEM4511 section 001) Fall 2013
  9. Advanced Physical Chemistry (CHEM5530 section 001) Spring 2012
  10. Physical Chemistry II (CHEM4521 section 001) Spring 2012
  11. Physical Chemistry I (CHEM4511 section 001) Fall 2011
  12. Computational Chemistry (CHEM 5073 section 502) Summer 2011
  13. Physical Chemistry II (CHEM4521 section 001) Spring 2011
  14. General Chemistry I (CHEM2031 section 002) Spring 2011
  15. Physical Chemistry I (CHEM4511 section 001) Fall 2010
  16. Advanced Physical Chemistry (CHEM5530 section 001) Spring 2010
  17. Physical Chemistry II (CHEM4521 section 001) Spring 2010
  18. Physical Chemistry I (CHEM4511 section 001) Fall 2009
  19. Molecular Modeling and Simulation (CHEM5600 section 001) Fall 2009
  20. General Chemistry II (CHEM2061 section 001) Fall 2008
  21. General Chemistry I (CHEM2031 section 002) Fall 2008
  22. Physical Chemistry Lab II (CHEM4538 section 002) Spring 2008
  23. Physical Chemistry Lab II (CHEM4538 section 001) Spring 2008
  24. General Chemistry II (CHEM2061 section 002) Spring 2008
  25. Physical Chemistry Lab I (CHEM4518 section 002) Fall 2007
  26. Physical Chemistry Lab I (CHEM4518 section 001) Fall 2007
  27. General Chemistry I (CHEM2031 section 002) Fall 2007
  28. Physical Chemistry Lab II (CHEM4538 section 002) Spring 2007
  29. Physical Chemistry Lab II (CHEM4538 section 001) Spring 2007
  30. General Chemistry II (CHEM2061 section 002) Spring 2007
  31. Physical Chemistry Lab I (CHEM4518 section 002) Fall 2006 
  32. Physical Chemistry Lab I (CHEM4518 section 001) Fall 2006
  33. General Chemistry I (CHEM2031 section 002) Fall 2006
  34. General Chemistry I (CHEM 2031) Summer 2006
  35. Computational Chemistry (CHEM5510) Spring 2006

 

New Course Development

  1. Advanced Physical Chemistry (CHEM5530) Spring 2010
  2. Molecular Modeling and Simulation (CHEM5600) Fall 2009
  3. Computational Chemistry (CHEM5510) Spring 2006

 

Extensive Course Revision

  1. Computational Chemistry (CHEM5510) Fall 2014
  2. Physical Chemistry: Thermodynamics & Kinetics (CHEM4521) Spring 2014
  3. Physical Chemistry: Quantum & Spectroscopy (CHEM4511) Fall 2013
  4. Physical Chemistry Lab II (CHEM4538) Spring 2007

 

Grants for Teaching

  1. University of Colorado Denver (2007) Capital Equipment Fund: Replacement of Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrometer for Physical Chemistry Laboratory, together with Larry Anderson, Mark Anderson, and Michael Travers, $33,200
  2. University of Colorado Denver (2007) Faculty Development Fund: Development of the radical species UV-vis spectrometer system for Physical Chemistry Laboratory, together with Michael Travers, $4,000
  3. University of Colorado Denver (2006) SITFAC Fund: Upgrade Computational Chemistry Program Spartan, $2,000

 

Teaching-Skill Enhancement

Participate in Prepare Future Faculty (PFF) program, University of Minnesota (2004)

 

Postdoctoral Research Supervised

  1. Soroosh Pezeshki (2010-2014)
  2. Yan Zhang (2006-2008)

 

Graduate Students Thesis/Research Supervised (@ACS Student Travel Award,$UCD Kisslinger Award)

  1. Nara Chon@$ (2015-now)
  2. Adam Duster (2015-now)
  3. Phani Morisetti (2008)
  4. Jeffery Kim (2007)
  5. KunTae Pak (2006)

 

Undergraduate Students Thesis/Research Supervised (*UROP Award, $UCD Excellence in Undergraduate Research Award, #LABCOATS Program, &UCD Chancellor's Award in Excellence, +ACS Student Leadership Award, @ACS Student Travel Award, %ACS Meeting Poster Award, ^Biophysical Society Travel Award, >UCD Bob Damrauer Scholarship, <UCD Marti Barrett Scholaship)

  1. Danielle Miller (2015-now)
  2. MacKenzie Zarecki< (2015-now)
  3. Eun-bie Shin (2015-now)
  4. Christina Garza*@^ (2014-now)
  5. Dante Merrill* (2014-now)
  6. Jack Henderson+%* (2013-now)
  7. Christal Davis^#*@>< (2012-2015)
  8. Nara Chon#*%&>< (2011-2014)
  9. Cecelia Johnson-Sasso (2012-2014)
  10. Lesley Tyk* (2011-2013)
  11. Eun Kim*& (2011-2013)
  12. Jonathan Church (2012-2013)
  13. Jason Lathrop (2011)
  14. David Faktorovich (2010)
  15. Kevin Kim* (2010-2011)
  16. Mia Smith$* (2010-2011)
  17. Lauren Ader* (2009-2010)
  18. Jonathan Levy* (2008)
  19. Lynelle Smith< (2008-2009)
  20. Daniel Silverstein (2008)
  21. Phani Morisetti* (2007-2008)
  22. Carrie Ryan (2007-2008)

 

High/Middle School Teacher Research Supervised

  1. Jennifer Swanson (2011, 2012)
  2. Stephanie Guilliams (2012)
  3. Catherine Sedalnick (2012)
  4. Peggy Rizzo (2011)
  5. Mike Ripko (2011)
  6. Ethan Dusto (2010, 2014)

 

High Student Research Supervised

  1. Tasha Schoenstein (2011)

 

 

 

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