To advance science and technology, a diverse community is paramount. Past and current group members include members from the United States of America as well as the International community. We aim to continually develop the next generation of researchers with particular emphasis on minority students. Professor Clayborne is the principal investigator and currently mentors both undergraduate and graduate students. To find out more, please view members below.
Dr. Andre Z. Clayborne is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry at Howard University. Dr. Clayborne’s experience with computational methods dates back to 2002. He held postdoctoral positions at the University of Jyväskylä (Finland), Argonne National Laboratory, and Kansas State University. His research interests include rational design and virtual screening of nanomaterials for catalysis and biological applications, with a focus on electronic structure methods.
Nia Pollard – Pursuing Ph.D. Chemistry
Project: Interfacial Chemistry of Nanoparticles, Chemical Education
We are looking for talented graduate researchers to join our group. Please contact Prof. Clayborne.
Project: Investigations of Ligated Silicon Nitride Clusters
Project: Germanium One-dimensional Cluster Assemblies
Project: Electrochemical reduction on metal surfaces
Project: Properties of copper nanoparticles
Oluwatobi (Tobi) Aderotoye Project: Governmental Policy and Science
Jayla Morgan Project: Catalysis on Nanoparticles
Zhenhong Chen Project: Computational Chemistry
Arianna Boyd Project: Science and Education
We are not looking for talented undergraduate researchers at this time. Please check back in the Spring.