Anna Krylov

Born May 6, 1967, Donetsk, Ukraine (USSR)

Professor, Department of Chemistry, USC
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B.S./M.Sc. Department of Chemistry, Moscow State University (1990, with honors); Ph.D. Department of Chemistry, Hebrew University of Jerusalem (1997, summa cum laude).

Fellow, American Chemical Society (2015); INSIGHT Into Diversity Inspiring Women in STEM Award (2015); Melon Mentoring Award, USC (2013); Coulson Lecturer, UGA (2013); Lowdin Lecturer, Uppsala (2012); Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science (2012); ACS Physical Chemistry Division Award in Theoretical Chemistry (2012); Bessel Research Award, Humboldt Foundation (2011); Fellow, American Physical Society (2011); Agnes Fay Morgan Research Award, Iota Sigma Pi National Honor Society (2007); Dirac Medal, World Association of Theoretical and Computational Chemists (2006); Sloan Research Fellowship Award (2003); CAREER Award, National Science Foundation (2001); Dreyfus New Faculty Award (1998); Landau Prize in Chemistry for outstanding Ph.D. dissertation in Israel (1998); Kennedy-Leigh Prize for outstanding Ph.D. research (1997); Fritz Haber Research Center Award for outstanding graduate research (1995); Israel Chemical Society Prize for outstanding graduate research in chemistry (1995).

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More than 150 scientific articles; one of the leading contributors to the Q-Chem software.

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