What We Do
We’re unmasking the coherent quantum mechanical flow of electronic excited states and charges—along with their coherent spin-spin interactions—in precisely tailored nanostructures and molecules.
Long term, our work will exploit coherence to harvest and transmit energy and information via novel quantum mechanical mechanisms and develop new ways for doing chemistry.
What We Study
Our research covers two main themes within quantum coherence.
Work With Us
Our goal is to provide world-class, cutting-edge training to postdocs and graduates students through innovative research, in-depth mentoring, and specialized training.
News & Events
The Cleveland Section of the ACS has named Professor David Beratan the recipient of the 2021 Edward Morley Medal in recognition of his many contributions to the fields of computational and theoretical chemistry, to include the development of tunneling pathway and flickering resonance theories of biological electron transfer. The award highlights David’s establishment of new schemes for molecular design,… Read More »David Beratan to Receive the Morley Medal
Congratulations to Prof. Michael Wasielewski for his election to the National Academy of Sciences. Members are elected to the National Academy of Sciences in recognition of their distinguished and continuing achievements in original research. http://www.nasonline.org/news-and-multimedia/news/2021-nas-election.html
Congratulations to Prof. Nancy Makri for her election to the American Academy of Arts & Sciences. She is recognized for her excellence and continued accomplishment in the field of Chemistry. https://www.amacad.org/new-members-2021