Physical chemistry at UW-Madison offers a graduate student the benefits of a strong and diverse faculty, outstanding facilities for research support, and a program that emphasizes both depth in one's thesis topic and breadth of chemical knowledge and experience.
Physical Chemistry Ph.D. Requirements
Original Research Proposal (RP) Evaluation Form
Thesis Background Oral (TBO) Evaluation Form
Fourth Year Meeting Form
Physical Chemistry Faculty
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Faculty research interests span the remarkable range of topics addressed by modern physical chemistry; theoretical chemistry, gas phase spectroscopy and dynamics, condensed phase structure and dynamics, and macromolecular and biophysical chemistry. The faculty in these broad categories are:
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Gas Phase Spectroscopy and Dynamics
Condensed Phase Structure and Dynamics
Macromolecular and Biophysical Chemistry
We also continue to benefit from the expertise and involvement of Professors Emeritus Thomas Farrar, John Harriman, Worth Vaughan, Frank Weinhold, and Hyuk Yu.
Students specializing in physical chemistry may also choose to conduct research with faculty members who teach in other paths.
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