Born and raised in Oklahoma, Greg studied chemistry at the University of Tulsa before moving to the University of California, San Diego for graduate school. At UCSD, he worked with Francesco Paesani on the development of “first principles” methods for modeling vibrational spectra in condensed phases. As a postdoc in the Subotnik group, he is currently researching nonadiabatic dynamics in biological systems.
Mastered chemistry at Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, and became a doctor of philosophy at UW-Madison. I joined the Subotnik group as a post-doc in December 2014. My research focuses on the surface hopping methodology - a popular tool to investigate non-adiabatic dynamics.
Theta is a postdoc in the Subotnik group. He received a dual B.S. in Mathematics and Physics at National Taiwan University, and a Ph.D. in Chemical Physics in 2016 at Columbia Universtiy under the direction of David Reichman. He was a postdoc fellow at The Sackler Center, Tel Aviv University, and a visiting postdoc at Stanford University. His works focus on developing approximate and numerically exact methods as well as analyzing the applicability of these methods for simulating energy and electron transfer dynamics in condensed phase systems. He is currently broadening the scope of his research to quantum dynamics in a variety of physical settings.
I obtained B.S. from University of Science and Technology of China in 2013. I am currently a graduate student in Subotnik group at Upenn. I am interested in chemical dynamics, specifically non-adiabatic dynamics at interfaces or in condensed phase.
Nicole received her B.S. in Chemistry from the University of California, Santa Cruz. There she worked with Professor Yat Li, studying enhancements to hematite nanowire arrays for use as photoanodes for water splitting. She joined the Subotnik group in 2014. Her research interests include methods for modeling nonadiabatic dynamics and their applications.
After obtaining a B.S. in physics at Tsinghua University, China, I joined the Subotnik group in 2016. My current research is applying solid-state calculations to nonadiabatic dynamics at metal surfaces.
I spent my undergraduate in department of chemistry, Zhejiang Univ., China, and then joined the Subotnik group in 2016. My research is related to simulation of non-adiabatic dynamics at metal surfaces.
I took my undergrad in Kuang Yaming Honors School of Nanjing University, China. Then I joined in Subotink group in 2017. My current research is about coupled photon-electron dynamics using semi-classical methods.