Chemistry and Biochemistry
Inorganic chemistry: electron transfer, organometallic chemistry. Nanoscience: molecular electronics, nanosensors
Our research is focused on three areas: (1) electron transfer on the time scale of molecular vibrations in inorganic charge transfer complexes, (2) molecular electronics and nanoscience, and (3) atom transfer chemistry of organometallic complexes.
Sc. B., Brown University, 1975; Ph. D., University of Rochester, 1980; Postdoctoral associate, Masachusetts Institute of Technology, 1980-1981; Appointed to faculty, Purdue University, 1982-1998; Alfred P. Sloan Fellow, 1987-1991; Japan Society for Promotion of Science Fellow, 1995-1996; Robert W. Wheland Visiting Professor, University of Chicago, 1997; Appointed to faculty, 1998-; Harold C. Urey Chair in Chemistry, 1998-; Chair, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, 2002-.