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Robert Karoly Szilagyi
Associate Professor & Department Head
ChemistryOther Titles: Tier 1 Principal’s Research Chair
Office: FIP 357
Graduate student supervisor
Computational chemistry of iron-sulphur coordination compounds, clusters, nanoparticles, and mineral surfaces; chemical structure and properties of templated carbon materials; synchrotron spectroscopy of inorganic, bioinorganic, and organometallic complexes.
Courses & Teaching
Environmental Chemistry and Computational Chemistry
Formal education (B.Eng., M.Sc., and Ph.D.) from University of Veszprém in oil and carbon technology, organic/organometallic chemistry, and computational chemistry. Two postdoctoral training at Emory University (Morokuma lab: computational chemistry) and Stanford University (Solomon/Hodgson/Hedman labs: synchrotron spectroscopy and electronic structure). Independent academic research at Montana State University in theoretically oriented, structural and functional inorganic/bioinorganic/organometallic chemistry; visiting professor positions at Ibaraki University, University of Pannonia, Hokkaido University, Eotvos Lorand University. Extensive international collaborations, past funded research programs from NSF, NASA, JSPS, and Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
PhD, University of Veszprém, Hungary
Research Interests & Projects
Please visit elementologia.org for detailed and up to date research projects.
Selected Publications & Presentations
Selected Grants & Awards
US Department of Energy: Probing Novel Pathways of Metal Sulphide Acquisition and Trafficking From Minerals In Model Biocatalytic Systems (2021-2023)
Visegrad Fund+Japan Science and Technology Agency: Atomic Design of Carbon-Based Materials for New Normal Society (AtomDEC, 2021-2023)
NSF Chemistry of Life: Synthetic Biomimetic Design of Radical SAM Maquettes from Experiment and Theory (2016-2020)