• Richard Remsing
  • Assistant Professor
  • Research Synopsis: theory and simulation of chemical and materials systems
  • Phone: (848) 445-3245



Research Summary

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Research in the Remsing Group seeks to develop and apply theoretical and computational tools at the intersection of quantum chemistry and statistical mechanics. We use these approaches to make predictions and uncover strategies for controlling chemistry and material properties. We are particularly interested in the mechanisms governing reactivity and the transport of energy, charge, and matter in complex molecular systems for applications in renewable and sustainable energy, catalysis, and nanotechnology. Students interested in any of these areas are encouraged to contact Rick to learn more!

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