$1.8 million National Science Foundation award establishes new NSF Center for Advanced Molecular Architectures for Quantum Information Science

2 years ago

Led by Professor Anastassia Alexandrova, the new center’s research team will be working in a new branch of chemistry involving the creation of molecules that act as qubits. Alexandrova will […]

$1.8 million National Science Foundation award establishes new NSF Center for Advanced Molecular Architectures for Quantum Information Science
September 8

ACS Keynote Opening Session “Bonding Through Chemistry”

2 years ago

Professor Anastassia Alexandrova will give the keynote address at the Sunday, March 20th ACS Spring 2022 Keynote Opening Session, which she also organized. The Opening Session, titled “Bonding Through Chemistry,” […]

ACS Keynote Opening Session “Bonding Through Chemistry”
March 15

USU Chemistry & Biochemistry Alumni Achievement Award

2 years ago

Professor Anastassia Alexandrova receives Utah State University’s 2021 Alumni Achievement Award in recognition of her pioneering endeavors. A professor of chemistry and biochemistry and vice chair for undergraduate education, Alexandrova’s […]

USU Chemistry & Biochemistry Alumni Achievement Award
February 2

INCITE 2022 Award

2 years ago

Professor Anastassia Alexandrova wins supercomputer access for 2022 from the DOE Office of Science through its Innovative and Novel Computational Impact on Theory and Experiment (INCITE) program.  Through the very […]

INCITE 2022 Award
November 22

2021 Max Planck-Humboldt Medal

3 years ago

Professor Anastassia Alexandrova has been selected to receive the prestigious Max Planck-Humboldt Medal, which honors extraordinary scientists outside Germany with outstanding future potential. The medal is awarded jointly by Germany’s […]

2021 Max Planck-Humboldt Medal
September 28

Chem 216/226 final project published in major journal

3 years ago

A paper written by graduate students as the final project for Professor Anastassia Alexandrova’s 2020 “Computational Methods for Chemists” class (Chem 126/226) was recently published in the Journal of Physical […]

Chem 216/226 final project published in major journal
April 30

Alexandrova group publishes top cited catalysis paper

3 years ago

Article by Anastassia Alexandrova and Borna Zandkarimi (PhD ’20) is one of five top cited Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters catalysis papers. Their highly cited paper titled “Dynamics of Subnanometer […]

Alexandrova group publishes top cited catalysis paper
November 9

Alexandrova group’s research featured in ACS Catalysis’ 10th Anniversary Virtual Issue

4 years ago

Professor Anastassia Alexandrova’s 2017 Viewpoint article is selected for ACS Catalysis Virtual Issue: “Blurring the Lines Between Catalysis Subdisciplines”.  The ACS Catalysis special Virtual Issue features selected examples of papers […]

Alexandrova group’s research featured in ACS Catalysis’ 10th Anniversary Virtual Issue
August 31