T. Daniel Crawford
Born September 9, 1970 in Huntsville, Alabama, USA
University Distinguished Professor and Ethyl Chair of Chemistry, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia, U.S.A;
Director of the Molecular Sciences Software Institute, Blacksburg, Virginia, U.S.A
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Fellow of the American Chemical Society (2015); Dirac Medal of WATOC (2010); Ethyl Chair of Chemistry (2016); Peter C. Reilly Lecturer, University of Notre Dame (2017); Cottrell Scholar Award, Research Corporation for the Advancement of Science (2003); CAREER Award, U.S. National Science Foundation (2001); Research Innovation Award, Research Corporation for the Advancement of Science (2000); New Faculty Award, Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation (2000)
More than 140 scientific articles and book chapters
Development and application of advanced quantum mechanical methods for spectroscopic properties of chiral compounds, including reduced-scaling coupled cluster methods for chiroptical and other response properties, local-correlation approaches to real-time coupled cluster models, coupled-cluster simulations of Raman optical activity spectra (with Kenneth Ruud, Tromsø, Norway), a diagrammatic approach to the stochastic Monte Carlo coupled cluster method (with Alex Thom, Cambridge, U.K.), and correlated wave-function-based approaches to vibrational circular dichroism spectra.