My research area is theoretical and computational chemistry. In computational chemistry, my focus is on the structure, dynamics, and reactivity of molecular complexes that are of interest in atmospheric and environmental chemistry, as stable species or reaction intermediates and in nanostructured materials as building blocks. Some of these projects are computationally intensive, and we are fortunate to be members of SHARCNET, a high-performance computing consortium in Ontario.
Dr. Ian Hamilton
Department of Chemistry