Anh Tran obtained her bachelor's degree in biology at UCD and is currently a master student . And has been involved in many research projects since she started in the group in 2018. Sh has studied solvation effects on the electronic structure of noble metal nano clusters, and has performed a computational study of halogen and chalcogen bonded complexes. She is currently involved with the development of multi-layer adaptive partitioning methods.
Jae-Hwan Lim is an undergraduate at the University of Colorado Denver majoring in Chemistry and minoring in mathematics. His research is focused on studying the properties of gold nanoclusters with various ligands via computational methods. Gold nanoclusters can be used as a catalyst site to reduce carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. With a love for languages, he likes to spend his free time thinking about where in the world he should explore next.
Iman Salhi is an undergraduate at the University of Colorado Denver. She is a biochemistry major on the Pre-med track. She has been a member of the research group since 2020. Her research is focused on the study of ligand and solvent effects on the reduction of carbon dioxide with gold nanoclusters.
Santiago Lanchipa Mejia, Milka Tesfazion, Courtney Helton, Iman Salhi, Anh Tran, Jae-Hwan Lim, Emilie Guidez
Evan Burger, Dmitri Leenatali, Emilie Guidez, Kilinoelani Montgomery, Hussna Yasini, ANh Trần
Evan Burger, Joshua Saffy, Anh Tran, Hussna Yasini, Kilinoelani Montgomery, Emilie Guidez