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Congratulations to Myong In Oh

It is my great pleasure to congratulate our own Myong Oh for receiving the Canada Graduate Scholarship – Michael Smith Foreign Study Supplements (CGS-MSFSS) award for spending three months in the computational group in the Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge. He intends to continue there his studies on charged droplets. I am sure that a lot of new ideas and projects will come out from his residence there.

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Congratulations to the lab NSERC winner

Congratulations to Myong Oh on his NSERC graduate award!

Congratulations to the lab SOUSCC winners

Falana Sheriff,
Interactions of Macromolecular Complexes in Charged Aqueous Nanodrops;
First Prize in the Physical Chemistry Session of Southern Ontario Undergraduate Student Chemistry Conference-SOUSCC-University of Windsor, March 2014

Filipe De Souza,
Effect of Charge Distribution on the Stability of Droplets;
Second Prize in the Analytical Chemistry Session of Southern Ontario Undergraduate Student Chemistry Conference-SOUSCC-University of Windsor, March 2014

Group members, December 2013

From the left:
Filipe De Souza
Mahmoud Sharawy
Eric Chiu
Stella Consta
Myong Oh
Falana Sheriff
Robert Szabla
Sepideh Soltani

Molecular modelling tutorial

A live debian system could be installed onto a memory key. Please, provide me with a key and I 'll burn a copy for you. Booting from the memory key you can make few runs without modifying your computer or installing additional software. Otherwise check www.gromacs.org and install Gromacs on your computer.

In the home directory of the default user styliani you can find an example of MD run using Gromacs package.

Open a terminal window.

~$ cd teaching

Files in the example directory

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CHEM 9444a-Computer Simulations in Chemistry

THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO
DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY
CHEMISTRY 9444A-FALL 2010

CHEM 9444a-Computer Simulations in Chemistry

CHEM 4444a "Computer Simulations in Chemistry" Fall

THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO
DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY
CHEMISTRY 4444A/B-FALL 2010

CHEM 4444a-Computer Simulations in Chemistry

Molecular simulations of the conformational behavior of 1-chloropropane adsorbed in Faujasite-type zeolite. 4490 project, 2009

The increased awareness of the environmental hazards of chlorinated halocarbons (CHCs) has led to the development of new separation and catalytic conversion processes of CHCs. Faujasite zeolite is the most widely used material in separation processes in petroleum industry and is a candidate for the catalytic decomposition of CHCs. In this project molecular simulations will be performed by inserting molecules of 1-chloropropane in the Faujasite zeolite matrix.

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