Publications

Author Title [ Type(Desc)] Year
Filters: Author is Terry Z. H. Gani  [Clear All Filters]
Journal Article
Computational Discovery of Hydrogen Bond Design Rules for Electrochemical Ion Separation, Gani, Terry Z. H., Ioannidis Efthymios I., and Kulik Heather J. , Chemistry of Materials, Volume 28, p.6207-6218, (2016) PDF icon Reprint (630.8 KB)
Leveraging Cheminformatics Strategies for Inorganic Discovery: Application to Redox Potential Design, Janet, Jon Paul, Gani Terry Z. H., Steeves Adam H., Ioannidis Efthymios I., and Kulik Heather J. , Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, Invited Cover Article for "2017 Class of Influential Researchers" Virtual Issue, Volume 56, Issue 17, p.4898-4910, (2017)
molSimplify: a Toolkit for Automating Discovery in Inorganic Chemistry, Ioannidis, Efthymios I., Gani Terry Z. H., and Kulik Heather J. , Journal of Computational Chemistry, Volume 37, Issue 22, p.2106-2117, (2016) PDF icon Reprint (535.22 KB)
Understanding and Breaking Scaling Relations in Single-Site Catalysis: Methane-to-methanol Conversion by Fe(IV)=O, Gani, Terry Z. H., and Kulik Heather J. , ACS Catalysis, Volume 8, p.975-986, (2018)
Unifying Exchange Sensitivity in Transition Metal Spin-State Ordering and Catalysis Through Bond Valence Metrics, Gani, Terry Z. H., and Kulik Heather J. , Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation, Volume 13, Issue 11, p.5443-5457, (2017)
Where Does the Density Localize? Convergent Behavior for Global Hybrids, Range Separation, and DFT+U, Gani, Terry Z. H., and Kulik Heather J. , Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation, Volume 12, p.5931–5945, (2016)

About Us

The Kulik group focuses on the development and application of new electronic structure methods and atomistic simulations tools in the broad area of catalysis.

Our Interests

We are interested in transition metal chemistry, with applications from biological systems (i.e. enzymes) to nonbiological applications in surface science and molecular catalysis.

Our Focus

A key focus of our group is to understand mechanistic features of complex catalysts and to facilitate and develop tools for computationally driven design.

Contact Us

Questions or comments? Let us know! Contact Dr. Kulik: