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Theodore S. Dibble
tsdibble @esf.edu
Outside of work, Ted enjoys exercise, hiking, and spending time with his family.

Yuge Jiao
jiaoyuge0423 @gmail.com
Yuge Jiao is a Ph.D. student who joined the group in August 2011. His work is to apply computational chemistry to study atmospheric chemistry. He is interested in theoretical chemistry and physics. Outside of the lab, he is a BIG basketball fan and he also likes other sports

Khoa Lam (LK)
klam03 @syr.edu
LK is an M.S. student who joined the group in August 2016. His research applies various methods of computational chemistry to study the mechanism and kinetics of the Br-initiated oxidation of mercury in the atmosphere.

Weiyao Gu
wgu100 @syr.edu
Before joining our Ph.D. program in January 2017, Weiyao obtained an M.S. at Syracuse University studying the interaction of aluminum with organic matter in soil. His research here will focus on experimental studies of the as-yet undetected products of of the Br-initiated oxidation of mercury in the atmosphere.

Curtis Wilhelmsen
cjwilhel @syr.edu
Curtis is a senior Chemistry major in the Environmental Chemistry option. His research applies quantum chemistry to determined the kinetics and mechanism of the Br-initiated oxidation of mercury in the atmosphere.

Former Group Members:

Dr. Jiajue Chai, Ph.D. 2014. As of March, 2014, he will be a postdoc with C. Franklin Goldsmith at Brown University.
Dr. Pawel Cias, postdoc 2004-06. Now at the University of Innsbruck.
Dr. Wei Deng - Ph.D. 2002. After working with Honeywell Specialty Materials and several promotions, he earned an MBA at Rice University (on a full tuition scholarship). He is now Industrial Fibers Operation Lead at Ascend Performance Materials
Dr. Hongyi Hu, Ph.D. 2013, Currently working with Dr. Peter Pulay.
Yuan Sha, M.S. 2013. Yuan is now a technology manager with the Shanghai Auto Industry Corporation.
Karen L. Schmitt, M.S. 2010. With Galson Laboratories
Liat Shemesh, M.S. 1999. After working with several start-up companies, she co-founded CardiacSense, which has has developed the world first clinically proven medical wearable device for monitoring heart arrhythmias.
Dr. Chuji Wang, postdoc 1998-2000. Professor of Physics at Mississippi State University
Yue Zeng, M.S. 2012. Currently working at the Energy Biosciences Institute.
Dr. Feng Zhang, postdoc 2010-2011. Now a tenured Associate Professor at the University of Science and Technology of China.
Dr. Lei Zhang, Ph.D. 2005. Now working in analytical biotechnology for manufacturing.

Former Undergraduate members

Matthew J. Zelie, B.S. 2013 (Paper & Biocprocess Eng.). Now an MPS student.
William F. Thornton, B.S. 2012.
Jessie Wang, B.S. 2009.
David-Anthony Murray, B.S. (Env. Sci.) 2009. Currently at SUNY-Albany.
Nathan Phillips, B.S. 2009.
Patrick Leonard, B.S. 2008. Currently studying for a Ph.D. at CUNY.
Joshua Kaplan, B.S. 2008. Working on computer control of chemical processes
Kenson Jeffrey, B.S. 2008. Currently an attorney in NYC.
Alyson Lanciki, B.S., 2006. Ph.D. North Dakota State University. Currently a postdoc at Université Joseph Fourier.
Melissa Turner, B.S. 2005.
Katherine Kitney, B.S. 2003. Ph.D. from the University of Colorado-Boulder.
David R. Katz, B.S. 2002. M.S. from University of Rhode Island School of Oceanography.
Melissa A. Ferenac, B.S. 2001. M.S. 2006 from ESF with Dr. David Kieber.
Andrew J. Davis, B.S. 2001.
Andrew S. Holloway, B.S. 2000. Currently working in the biotech industry.
Gregory F. Gawinski
Michael D. Lilien, B. S. 2003.

Research Experience for Undergraduate Students

Jennifer Dabrowski 2005 (Le Moyne College, currently at Boston College)
Trang Pham 2004 (Emory University, M.S. Public Health, Columbia University). Currently at the George Washington University Biostatistics Center.
Dean Derbyshire 2003 (Le Moyne College. currently studying Optometry)
Karen Callahan 2003 (BS at Ohio State, PhD at UC-Irvine, currently at Chicago)

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