Faculty Name: Andrew Sargent
Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org SciTec 501
Highlights of Research:
We use computational quantum mechanical models and supercomputing hardware to investigate the reaction mechanisms of catalytic chemical reactions.
- Solid typing skills
- Well organized
Class or level of student sought: Sophomore or Junior
- Computer savvy
- Not afraid of math
Time commitment per week: 3, 6, or 9 hours per week, depending on enrollment in CHEM 4515, 4516, or 4517, respectively
Start Date: The earlier the student begins work, the greater progress can be made on an Honors Thesis project.
Possible pay during summer (depending on external funding. Funding rate is $10/hr)
Students may receive Independent Study course credit, although we prefer Undergraduate Research credit (CHEM 4515, 4516, 4517).