Georgia Institute of Technology

Rigoberto Hernandez is professor of chemistry and biochemistry at Georgia Tech, co-director of the Center for Computational Molecular Science and Technology, and director of the Open Chemistry Collaborative in Diversity Equity (OXIDE).  In 2014 he was recognized by the American Chemical Society (ACS) with its Award for Encouraging Disadvantaged Students into Careers in the Chemical Sciences.  He is a fellow of the ACS and a member of its board of directors, as well as a fellow of the American Physical Society and the AAAS.  His research group investigates the emergent behavior of molecular assemblies. Using theoretical and computational tools, he characterizes and predicts the motion of proteins and materials at multiple scales from nanometers to meters.  He is the recipient of a National Science Foundation CAREER Award; a Research Corporation Cottrell Scholar Award; an Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship; and a Humboldt Research Fellowship.


Thur-Fri, September 24-25      College of Wooster, Wooster, Ohio

Thur-Fri, October 22-23           University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee

Mon-Tue, February 8-9            College of St. Benedict & St. John's University, Collegeville, Minnesota

Thur-Fri, February 11-12          Willamette University, Portland, Oregon

Mon-Tue, February 22-23        Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania

Thur-Fri, February 25-26          Hamilton College, Clinton, New York

Thur-Fri, March 3-4                  Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland

Mon-Tue, March 21-22             Kansas State University, Manhattan

Thur-Fri, March 24-25               University of Oklahoma, Norman


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