We are a dynamic & multidisciplinary group looking to grow.
We are deeply committed to creating an inclusive and welcoming group environment & believe that a broad spectrum of backgrounds, perspectives, & life experiences enrich our collective experience of science & ability to solve complex problems. We welcome students & postdocs of all genders, races, ages, sexual orientations, & disability statuses.
PI: Andrés Montoya-Castillo
Andrés is an Assistant Professor of Chemistry at the University of Colorado Boulder and affiliated faculty in the Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) Program. His research interests center around developing and applying theory and simulation methods to investigate the dynamics of chemical processes in the condensed phase.
For more details, see About Andrés.
Srijan Bhattacharyya (Graduate student, Chemical Physics)
Path integrals, algorithm development for near-term quantum computing devices, & DMRG.
Chemical Physics, CU Boulder
M.S. in Chemistry, IIT Kanpur, India
B.Sc. in Chemistry, Narendrapur Ramakrishna Mission Residential College, India
Anthony Dominic (Graduate student, Chemical Physics)
Atomistic simulation, semiclassical theory, dimensionality reduction techniques, & Markov state models.
Chemical Physics, CU Boulder
B.S. in Chemistry & Math, North Central College, US
Jack Good (High School student, Peak to Peak Charter School)
Generalized quantum master equations.
Peak to Peak Charter School, Lafayette, CO
Chemistry classes at Columbia University & CU Boulder
Tom Sayer (Postdoctoral scholar)
Email: Email: Thomas.Sayer@colorado.edu
Charge transfer at electrochemical interfaces, many-body theory, photophysics of 2D materials at interfaces, multidimensional optical spectroscopy of molecular systems.
Ph.D., Chemistry, University of Cambridge, UK
Advisor: Michiel Sprik
B.Sc. in Chemistry, University of Cambridge, UK
Nanako Shitara (Graduate student, Physics)
Non-Gaussian Noise spectroscopy, decoherence in near-term quantum devices, quantum computing, NV centers.
Physics, CU Boulder
M.Sc. in Physics, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
B.Sc. in Physics, University of Otago, New Zealand
Arian Vezvaee (Postdoctoral scholar)
Email: Email: Arian.Vezvaee@colorado.edu
Non-Gaussian noise spectroscopy, dynamical decoupling, decoherence in near-term quantum devices, molecular qubits, NV centers.
Ph.D., Physics, Virginia Tech, US
Advisors: Sophia Economou & Ed Barnes
B.Sc. in Solid State Physics, Shahid Beheshti University, Iran
High School Students
Timothy Berkelbach, Columbia University & Flatiron Institute
Louis Brus, Columbia University
Kelly Gaffney, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory & Stanford University
Tony Heinz, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory & Stanford University
Xuhui Huang, University of Wisonsin, Madison
Christine Isborn, UC Merced
Aaron Kelly, Dalhausie University
Katie Klymko, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
Amber Krummel, Colorado State University
Yuezhi Mao, Stanford University
William Pfalzgraff, Chatham University
Archana Raja, Molecular Foundry
Justin Sambur, Colorado State University
Norm Tubman, NASA Ames
Tim van Driel, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
Lu Wang, Rutgers University
Tim Zuehlsdorff, Oregon State University