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Vogiatzis Group

Welcome to Vogiatzis Group. Our research centers on the development of computational methods based on electronic structure theory and machine learning algorithms for describing chemical systems relevant to green chemistry. We are particularly interested in new methods for non-covalent interactions and bond-breaking reactions of small molecules with transition metals. Our overall objectives are to elucidate the fundamental physical principles underlying the magnetic, catalytic, and sorption properties of polynuclear systems, as well as to assist in the interpretation of experimental data.



Group News

    • 11/27/2019 – The group would like to welcome the two graduate students Varuna and Tobias who joined our team this Fall!



    • 09/19/2019 – Rajesh‘s first manuscript was selected as a “hot paper” from the editor of Angewandte Chemie! That was a result of a wonderful collaboration with Drs. Chen and Shustova (University of South Carolina). Follow this link to learn more about selective catalysis at unique Rh(II) nodes of MOFs.


    • 09/05/2019 – Dr. Vogiatzis and graduate student Jacob Townsend gave multiple presentations at the American Chemical Society meeting in San Diego, CA.




    • 04/23/2019 – We are very excited that our undergraduate student John Hymel won two awards (Office of Research & Engagement Bronze Award, Award of Excellence) in the Exhibition of Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement (EURēCA) annual event at the University of Tennessee. John presented his work on CO2 interactions with functionalized calixarenes.



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