Welcome to the Hopkins Laboratory for Physical Chemistry Research. Our laboratory is a multi-disciplinary research environment where we employ computational and experimental methods to study the structures and reactivities of small nanocluster systems. For a more detailed description of our current research directions, please browse through the content in the Research tab on the left.
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- Oct. 1, 2019
Congratulations to Pat Carr (PhD), Su Ji Lim (MSc), and Zack Bowman (MSc) who all successfully defended their theses this past summer!
- Sep. 5, 2019
The Murphy and Hopkins groups from the University of Waterloo and the Quideau group from the Universite de Bordeaux published a collaborative study describing the use of blue LEDs to drive metal-free cyclopropanation reactions in Angewandte Chemie. The work was highlighted on the journal cover!
- Nov. 30, 2018
The Hopkins group has published a study entitled " Determining molecular properties with differential mobility spectrometry and machine learning " in Nature Communications. Congratulations to Steve, Ahdia, Jarrod, and Jeff on co-authoring the study!