GilClaudio 1

Dr. Gil C. Claudio

Position: Assistant Professor

Education: PhD Chemistry (2003, University of Houston), MS Chemistry

                  (1996, Ateneo de Manila University), BS Chemistry (1990, Ateneo de Manila University)

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 Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Mainz, Germany



Physical Chemistry
Computational Chemistry
Simulation of hydrogels
Charge and energy transfer dynamics



Gil C. Claudio, Kurt Kremer, and Christian Holm, “Comparison of a Hydrogel Model to a Poisson-Boltzmann Cell Model” J. Chem. Phys. 131, 094903 (2009).
Tieneke E. Dykstra, Emmanuelle Hennebicq, David Beljonne, Johannes Gierschner, Gil Claudio, Eric R. Bittner, Jasper Knoester and Gregory D. Scholes, "Conformational Disorder and Ultrafast Exciton Relaxation in PPV-family Conjugated Polymers" J. Phys. Chem. B 113, 656–667 (2009).
Richard W. Heo, Joon-Seo Park, Jason T. Goodson, Gil C. Claudio, Mitsuru Takenaga, Thomas A. Albright and T. Randall Lee, ROMP of t-butyl-substituted ferrocenophanes affords soluble conjugated polymers that contain ferrocene moieties in the backbone, Tetrahedron, 60, 7225, 2004.
Gil C. Claudio and Eric R. Bittner, Excitation Transfer in Aggregated and Linearly Confined Poly-(p-phenylene vinylene) Chains, Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 107, 7092, 2003.
Gil C. Claudio and Eric R. Bittner, Ground State Potential Energy Curves of Phynylenevynylene, Chemical Physics, 276, 81, 2002.
Gil C. Claudio and Eric R. Bittner, Random Growth Statistics of Long-Chain Single Molecule poly-(p-phenylene vinylene), Journal of Chemical Physics, 115, 9585, 2001.