Fall 2018

from left to right:  Jesse, Sue, Yi-Jung, John, and Sam.  As is evident from our sign language,
we love our Molecular Sciences (MoSE) home at Georgia Tech!

Dr. Yi-Jung Tu


Ph.D. Chemistry, Wayne State University, 2018

My research interests include application of computational methods in all forms of chemistry, ranging from molecular properties to reaction dynamics. My current research focuses on studying the energy storage in supercapacitors using Molecular Dynamics and Monte Carlo simulations.  When I am not working, I enjoy reading chemistry papers, sketching the landscape of surroundings, and doing kitchen experiments.



John Stoppelman - Graduate Student


B.S. Chemistry, Loras College, 2018

Research Interests: I am mainly interested in studying proton transport using Reactive Molecular Dynamics simulations.

Non-research interests: I enjoy spending my free time running, hiking and biking!




Suehyun Park - Graduate Student


B.S. Chemistry, Sogang University in South Korea, 2016
B.S. Physics, Sogang University in South Korea, 2016
M.S. Physical Chemistry, Ewha Womans University in South Korea, 2018