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Alan R. Denton, Associate Professor

 

Ph.D., Physics, Cornell University, 1991.

M.Sc., Physics, University of Toronto, 1984.

B.A.Sc., Engineering Science, University of Toronto, 1983.

Postal Address:


Department of Physics
North Dakota State University
P.O. Box 6050, Dept. 2755
Fargo, ND 58108-6050
U.S.A.

Office:


South Engineering 214B
Tel: (701) 231-7036 or 231-8974 (Department office)
Fax: (701) 231-7088
E-mail: alan [dot] denton [at] ndsu [dot] edu

Graduate and Undergraduate Research Opportunities:


Students interested in research, please contact me! 

Research Interests: Theory and Simulation of Soft Materials


My group's current research interests focus on phase transitions in a variety of condensed matter systems. Of primary interest are soft materials, including colloids and nanoparticles, polymers and polyelectrolytes, and biomaterials. By developing and applying statistical mechanical and computer simulation methods to model effective interactions between macromolecules, we predict structure and thermodynamic phase behavior of a variety of soft materials. Our results advance fundamental understanding of these complex systems and are relevant for applications to nanocomposite materials, chemical sensors, and drug delivery.

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