Bevan, John W
Professor of Chemistry. B. Sc., 1968, University of Wales. M. Sc., 1970, University of Surrey. Ph. D. 1974, University College London. Postdoctoral Fellow, 1975, Rice University. Postdoctoral Fellow, 1977, University of Montreal. Research Associate, 1977, Herzberg Institute of Astrophysics, Ottawa. Physical Chemistry. High resolution spectroscopy and submillimeter instrumentation. Morphed potentials in non-covalent interactions. Electron-molecule collisions and environmental technology. Non-invasive state-specific molecular diagnostics for lung cancer and other diseases.
Professor of Chemistry. Diploma, 1986, and Ph.D., 1989, Technical University of Munich. Nato Postdoctoral Fellow 1989-1990, University of California, Berkeley. Assistant Professor (Habilitandin), 1990-1996, and Privatdozentin, 1996-1997, Technical University of Munich. Associate Professor, 1998-2007, University of Heidelberg. Inorganic and organometallic chemistry, transition metal catalysis, immobilized catalysts, solid-state NMR spectroscopy, surface chemistry of oxides.
Cremer, Paul S
Professor and Arthur E. Martell Chair of Chemistry. B.A., 1990, University of Wisconsin at Madison. Ph.D., 1996, University of California at Berkeley. Irving S. Sigal-American Chemical Society Postdoctoral Fellow 1996-1998, Stanford University. Analytical/Bioanalytical Chemistry. Investigations of Biological Interfaces by Nonlinear Optical Spectroscopy, Fluorescence Microscopy, and Microfluidic Techniques.
Associate Professor of Chemistry. Diploma, 1999, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich. Ph.D., 2004, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich. Postdoctoral Fellow 2004-2006, University of California, Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Biophysical Chemistry. Protein structure and function, biological membranes, nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), NMR methodology.
E. L. Wehner-Welch Foundation Chair in Chemistry. Regents Professor. Distinguished Professor of Chemistry, Distinguished Professor of Molecular and Cellular Medicine, and Professor of Biochemistry and Biophysics. B. S., 1964, California Institute of Technology. Ph. D., 1973, University of Oregon. Helen Hay Whitney Fellow, 1974-1976, Columbia University. Biochemistry and Biophysical Chemistry. Molecular mechanisms involved in protein translocation across and integration into various membranes and in cell lysis by bacterial toxins; protein-membrane, protein-protein, and protein-RNA interactions; fluorescence spectroscopy and resonance energy transfer; photocrosslinking.
Professor of Chemistry. B. S. 1964, University of Illinois. Ph. D., 1967, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Physical Chemistry. Fourier-transform infrared, laser Raman, and jet-cooled fluorescence spectroscopy; vibrational potential energy functions; matrix isolation spectroscopy; Raman difference spectroscopy; nitrogen-oxygen chemistry; organometallic synthesis; spectroscopic theory and computation.
Lucchese, Robert R
Professor of Chemistry. B. S., 1977, University of California Berkeley. Ph. D., 1982, California Institute of Technology. NSF Postdoctoral Fellow, 1982, Princeton University. Postdoctoral Staff Member, 1983, AT&T Bell Laboratories. Physical Chemistry. Theoretical studies of molecular photoionization and electron molecule scattering; gas-phase cluster collision dynamics; vibrational dynamics of hydrogen bonded molecular complexes.
North, Simon W
Professor of Chemistry. B. Sc., 1990, University of New Hampshire. Ph. D., 1995, University of California at Berkeley. Postdoctoral Fellow, 1995-1997, Brookhaven National Laboratory. Study of Atmospherically relevant photoinduced reactions and tropospheric oxidation reactions. State-to-state unimolecular reaction dynamics. Development of high resolution laser-based probes of transient species.
Russell, David H
Head, Department of Chemistry. MDS-Sciex Professor of Mass Spectrometry in Chemistry. B. S., 1974, University of Arkansas-Little Rock. Ph. D., 1978, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Analytical Chemistry. Research on fundamental ion chemistry and instrument development. Particular emphasis on laser mass spectrometry methods and biological mass spectrometry.
Son, Dong Hee
Associate Professor. B.S., 1992, Seoul National University, Korea. M.S., 1994, Seoul National University, Korea. Ph.D., 2002, University of Texas, Austin. Postdoctoral fellow (2002-2005), University of California and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley. Time-resolved spectroscopic study of the energy relaxation, energy transfer and charge transfer processes in semiconductor and magnetic nanoparticles.
Yeager, Danny L
Professor of Chemistry. B. S., 1968, University of Iowa. Ph. D., 1975, California Institute of Technology. Research Associate, 1975-77, University of Chicago. Physical Chemistry. Theoretical development of methods for studies of atomic and molecular electronic states, electron-molecule scattering; reactive scattering.