WSU-PNNL DGRP: https://natlab.wsu.edu/dgrp-students/
Clark Group: https://aclark.chem.wsu.edu
Delta Project : https://delta-topology.org/team/delta-early-career-group/
Ph.D. (Physical Chemistry), 2022, Washington State University, Pullman, WA
M.S. (Physical Chemistry), 2017, University of Delhi, New-Delhi, India
B.S. (Chemistry), 2015, St. Stephen’s College, New-Delhi, India
I am interested in the intersection of interfacial chemistry of fluids, nuclear chemistry, and computer science. My first research focus was the molecular simulation of biopolymers(protein-water interactions), working at UDelhi. Since then, I am working on separation and solvent organization at liquid/liquid interfaces in general and developing tools to do so from computer science and chemistry. These topics include classical molecular dynamics simulations, ab-initio molecular dynamics and state of art topological network analysis using graph theory. In the future, I am interested in translating my knowledge and skills into separation chemistry and energy applications working at Washington State University.
- Kumar, Nitesh, Michael J. Servis, Zhu Liu, and Aurora Evelyn Clark. “Competitive Interactions at Electrolyte/Octanol Interfaces—A Molecular Perspective.” The Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2020).