Succinimide spectrum and simulation


We use high-resolution spectroscopy, quantum chemical calculations, and computational simulations to investigate fundamental molecular structure and reactivity at the interface of physical chemistry and astrochemistry.


Science is a team endeavor. We’ve been fortunate to work with many undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral scholars, engineers, and collaborators who have made our science possible. Please get in touch to learn about current opportunities to join!

Group Photo October 2023. Left-to-right: Madison Smith, Wendy Hsin, Agnes Pek, Kyle Crabtree, Jonathan Fong, Adam Culick, Huanyu Ren, Chisom Dim, Cedric Centers
MRCI potential energy curves of CS


Browse our scientific publications for more technical details about our past and current projects.


Programming is an essential skill for modern physical chemistry and astrochemistry. We have developed open-source software for rotational spectroscopy and for chemistry education. illustration