Research and Teaching Interests
Although I officially retired in January 2002, I have remained active in research.
The objective of our research continues to be: to encourage stronger collaboration and interplay between experiment and theory. For our part on the theoretical side, our aim is to extend the frontiers of quantum chemical computations.
My recent interests have been directed mostly to application of density functional theory to electron spectroscopy, especially to photoelectron spectra of both valence and core electrons of organic and other small molecules in the gas phase.
B. S., Berkeley (1958); A.M., Harvard (G.B. Kistiakowsky, 1959); Ph.D., Harvard (G.B. Kistiakowsky, 1963); Postdoctoral, Oxford (J.W. Linnett, 1963-64) and Wisconsin (W. Byers Brown, 1964-65)