I am a Senior Research Engineer with a PhD in Chemical Physics working on
nonlinear dynamic models of human physiology. I have experience with a cross section
of theoretical chemistry and condensed matter physics from the quantum dynamics of
energy transport in molecular crystals to the self-assembly of porous polymer gels.
I am interested in multiscale theories and simulations of heterogeneous metal-organic
materials with abrupt boundaries and local molecular structure. The disparate length
scales of local interactions and long-range networks require bridging accurate
all-atom calculations with less costly coarse-grained approaches.
Postdoctoral Scientist, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2015-2018.
Postdoctoral advisor: Adam P. Willard
Ph.D. Chemical Physics, University of Colorado--Boulder, 2015.
Advisor: Joel D. Eaves
Thesis title: "Multielectron Dynamics of Singlet Fission in the Condensed Phase."
B.S. Chemistry, Western Washington University, 2009.
1. Teichen, P.E., and Eaves, J.D., Singlet Fission in Reduced Dimensions of Crystals.
Bulletin of the American Physical Society. 59(1): S1.00006 (2014)
2. (Speaker) "Correlation of Triplet Pairs Born out of Singlet Fission" Singlet Fission Workshop, Lyons, CO (2013).
3. Teichen, P.E., and Eaves, J.D., Quantum Relaxation in Singlet Fission.
Bulletin of the American Physical Society . 58(1): N38.00006 (2013)
4. Teichen, P.E., and Eaves, J.D., Adiabatic and Nonadiabatic Dynamics in Singlet Fission.
Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society. 243rd ACS National Meeting, PHYS-469 (2012)
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