Mr. Smith supervises students in the Biophysics, Mathematics and Statistics, and Chemistry graduate programs at the University of Guelph, and in the Chemical Engineering program at the University of Waterloo.
- Molecular-level simulation algorithms for the prediction of macroscopic thermodynamic and transport properties of matter
- Computer simulation and mathematical modeling of phenomena in physics chemistry biology and chemical engineering
- 1969, Doctorate, Applied Mathematics, University of Waterloo
- 1967, Master of Science, Applied Mathematics, University of Waterloo
- 1966, Master of Applied Science, Chemical Engineering, University of Toronto
- 1965, Bachelor of Applied Science, Engineering Science, University of Toronto
- An overview of computational methods for chemical equilibrium and kinetic calculations for geochemical and reactive transport modeling
- Molecular simulation of caloric properties of fluids modelled by force fields with intramolecular contributions: Application to heat capacities
- Recent progress in molecular simulation of aqueous electrolytes:Force fields, chemical potentials and solubility
- Osmotic pressure of aqueous electrolyte solutions via molecular simulations of chemical potentials: Application to NaCl
- Analytical representation of the density derivative of the Percus-Yevick hard-sphere radial distribution function
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