Research field: organic & computational chemistry, chemical education
Our research activities span several aspects of organic chemistry:
- In the area of computational chemistry, we develop new methods for the computer-assisted design of organic molecules, and apply these methods to the study and design of organocatalysts.
- In the area of experimental organic chemistry, we design, synthesize, and study novel organocatalysts.
- We are also active in the advancement of new theoretical models for understanding the properties and reactivity of organic molecules.
- Finally, in the area of chemical education, we develop interactive multimedia courseware and games for teaching and learning university-level organic chemistry.
A more comprehensive description of our research activities can be found at my Professional webpage.
office location: room 237, Toole Hall (Chemistry)
office phone: (506) 453-4795
PhD (University of New Brunswick)