Randall Hall, PhD
Dr. Hall joined the department in 2012 as the University's first Endowed Professor holding the position of the Dr. Lillian L.Y. Wang Yin Endowed Professor in Chemistry. He holds a BS in Chemistry, and a MA, a MPhil and a PhD in Theoretical Chemical Physics from Columbia University, New York, NY.
DR. LILLIAN L.Y. WANG YIN, ENDOWED PROFESSOR IN CHEMISTRY
Office: Science Center #224
Lab: Science Center #109
- PhD Theoretical Chemical Physics, Columbia University, New York, NY
- MPhil Theoretical Chemical Physics, Columbia University, New York, NY
- MA Theoretical Chemical Physics, Columbia University, New York, NY
- BS Chemistry, University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA
- Lavrent Khachatryan, Cheri A. McFerrin, Randall W. Hall, and Barry Dellinger, "Environmentally Persistent Free Radicals (EPFRs). 3. Free versus Bound Hydroxyl Radicals in EPFR Aqueous Solutions", Environ. Sci. Technol., 48, 9220-9226, 2014.
- Gyun-Tack Bae, Barry Dellinger, and Randall W. Hall, “Density functional calculation of the structure and electronic properties of CunOn(n = 1 - 8) clusters", J. Phys. Chem., 115, 2087-2095, 2011.
- Gyun-Tack Bae and RandallW. Hall, “Density functional calculation of the structure and electronic properties of (CuO)n (n = 1-4) clusters", Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 5545, 122-130, 2009.
- Cheri A. McFerrin, RandallW. Hall, and Barry Dellinger, “Ab Initio Study of the Formation and Degradation Reactions of Chlorinated Phenols", J. Molecular Structure: THEOCHEM, 902, 5-14, 2009.
- Jacob D. Stevenson, Aleksandra M.Walczak, RandallW. Hall, and Peter G.Wolynes, “Constructing explicit magnetic analogies for the dynamics of glass forming liquids", J. Chem. Phys., 129, 194505, 2008.
- Randall W. Hall and Peter G. Wolynes, “Intermolecular forces and the glass transition", J. Phys. Chem. B, 112, 301-312, 2008.
- "Computational studies of the role of metal oxides in combustion-generated environmentally persistent free radicals", Tulane University, 8 December, 2011
- "Opportunities in Computational Materials Science", invited talk, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, 11 September, 2011
- "A kink-based path integral method for multi-electron systems", invited talk, University of Texas, Austin, 19 May, 2010