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We are interested in modeling chemical processes at complex interfaces of relevance to the environment through the development and application of new theoretical and computational approaches

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University of California,  San Diegohttp://www.ucsd.edu

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  1. August 10 - 14, 2014: Greg is awarded the Outstanding Student Poster Award of the Physical Chemistry Division at the ACS National Meeting in San Francisco.

  2. August 6, 2014: Our article Water dynamics in metal-organic frameworks: Effects of heterogeneous confinement predicted by computational spectroscopy is accepted in the Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. Congratulations to Greg!

  3. July 27 - August 1, 2014: Francesco is one of the speakers at the Gordon Research Conference Water and aqueous solutions.

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Department of Chemistry & Biochemistryhttp://www-chem.ucsd.edu

Recent Publications

  1. K. Park, W. Lin, and F. Paesani, Fast and slow proton transfer in ice: The role of the quasi-liquid layer and hydrogen-bond network, J. Phys. Chem. B 118, 8081 (2014). [link]

  2. G.R. Medders, V. Babin, and F. Paesani, Development of a “first principles" water potential with flexible monomers. III: Liquid phase properties, J. Chem. Theory Comput. 10, 2906 (2014). [link]

  3. V. Babin, G.R. Medders, and F. Paesani, Development of a “first principles" water potential with flexible monomers. II: Trimer potential energy surface, third virial coefficient, and small clusters, J. Chem. Theory Comput. 10, 1599 (2014). [link]

  4. V. Babin, C. Leforestier, and F. Paesani, Development of a “first principles" water potential with flexible monomers: Dimer potential energy surface, VRT spectrum, and second virial coefficient, J. Chem. Theory Comput. 9, 5395 (2013). [link]

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The Paesani group (Fall 2013)

CAICE

  1. Our group is part of the NSF “Center for Aerosol Impacts on Climate and the Environment”. We will provide molecular-level insights into the mechanisms governing heterogeneous chemical processes on atmospheric aerosol particles.

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