Role of non-classical hydrogen bonding in organocatalysisApply
The student will utilize kinetic (NMR, IR, etc) and computational tools (DFT calculations) to elucidate the role of hydrogen bonding network and in particular the non-classical hydrogen bonding in the thiourea and guanidine-based organocatalysis.
Program - Chemistry
Division - Physical Sciences and Engineering
Center Affiliation - KAUST Catalysis Center
Field of Study - Chemistry
Professor, Chemistry<br/>Associate Vice President for Research
The research interests of Professor Huang's group center on catalysis, including renewable energy (water splitting), carbon dioxide utilization, carbonylation and decarbonylation, fluorination, kinetic and DFT studies of transition metal and organocatalysis.
Desired Project Deliverables
Assist in the kinetic study and DFT calculations.