Lee Thompson Lee Thompson
Rm. 251, Chemistry Bld.
lee.thompson.1@louisville.edu
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Lee joined the Department of Chemistry at the University of Louisville as Assistant Professor in August 2017. Prior to his arrival in Louisville, he obtained a Master of Chemistry degree from University of Southampton (2004-2008). He carried out his doctoral research in the computational photochemistry group at Imperial College London (2009-2013), where he developed and applied computational methods for simulating the vibrational spectra of photoactive proteins. In 2014 he moved to the USA to take up a postdoctoral research position at the University of California, Merced (2014-2017) where he worked on approximate projection methods and their application to elucidation of transition metal oxide cluster photodetachment spectra.


Postdoctoral Researchers

Andrew Mahler Andrew Mahler
Rm. 245, Chemistry Bld.
andrew.mahler@louisville.edu


Graduate Researchers

Xinju (Spancer) Dong Spancer (Xinju) Dong
Rm. 245, Chemistry Bld.
xinju.dong@louisville.edu
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Clint Evrard Clint Evrard
Rm. 245, Chemistry Bld.
clint.evrard@louisville.edu










Emily Kempfer Emily Kempfer
Rm. 245, Chemistry Bld.
emily.kempfer@louisville.edu

I was born in Columbus, New Mexico on an air force base but raised in St. Louis, Missouri. I graduated from Lindbergh High School in St. Louis, Missouri in 2013. After high school I attended Missouri State University in Springfield, Missouri from 2013-2017 and obtained my BS in Chemistry. While at Missouri State University I did undergraduate research in an organic lab studying non-soluble polymers. Also during my time at Missouri State I worked several jobs; PASS leader (peer assisted study session leader) for Organic 1 and 2, Organic 1 and 2 tutor, Organic 1 lab teacher, and I also worked in the Springfield water plant as a quality control analyst. After graduation I worked for Buckeye International in St. Louis, Missouri as a quality control analyst for a year before I came to University of Louisville. I am excited to be in Louisville and continuing my education in computational chemistry.


High School Researchers

Demos Negash Demos Negash
Rm. 245, Chemistry Bld.