David Rogers

  • Program Years: 2006-2009
  • Academic Institution: University of Cincinnati
  • Field of Study: Physical Chemistry
  • Academic Advisor: Thomas Beck
  • Practicum(s):
    Oak Ridge National Laboratory (2007)
  • Degree(s):
    Ph.D. Chemistry, University of Cincinnati, 2009
    B.S. Chemistry, University of Cincinnati, 2004

Current Status

  • Status: Assistant Professor of Chemistry, University of South Florida
  • Research Area: Computational Physical Chemistry
  • Personal URL: http://chemistry.usf.edu/faculty/drogers/
  • Publications

    Zhen Zhao, David M. Rogers and Thomas L. Beck. "Polarization and Charge Transfer in the Hydration of Chloride Ions." J. Chem. Phys., 132:014502, 2010.

    David M. Rogers and Thomas L. Beck. "Quasi-Chemical and Structural Analysis of Polarizable Anion Hydration." J. Chem. Phys., 132:014505, 2010.

    David M. Rogers and Thomas L. Beck. Force Solve (Sourceforge, Chicago IL, Nov. 2008).

    David M. Rogers, Thomas L. Beck. (2008). "Modeling molecular and ionic absolute solvation free energies with quasichemical theory bounds." J. Chem. Phys. 129, 134505.

    Presentations

    Invited Presentation, Central Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, "Accurate Solvation Free Energy Computation", May, 2007.
    Eric Franz, Daniel A. Rogers, David M. Rogers, and Matthew Wortman.
    Genome Research Institute Discovery Platform (GRIDP) beta testing
    project. Ohio Supercomputer Center workshop, June 2006.

    Awards

    Hans H. Jaffe Award, 2009
    Graduated Cum Laude, 2004
    BS Chemistry with Biochemistry Concentration
    Earned Minor in Mathematics
    Undergraduate Biochemistry Award to Outstanding Graduating Senior, University of Cincinnati, 2004
    Phi Beta Kappa Initiate, 2004
    McMicken Achievers Scholarship, University of Cincinnati, 2003
    Dean's List, U of Cincinnati, 2001-2004