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Dr. Styliani Constas

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Styliani Constas
Associate Professor
B.Sc. (University of Athens, Greece)
M.Sc. (Queen's University, Kingston, Canada)
Ph.D. (University of Toronto)
Tel:(519) 661-2111 ext. 86338
E-mail:sconstas@uwo.ca

 

Research Group Homepage

www.theory.chem.uwo.ca/


Awards
• Premier's Research Excellence Award
• Accelerator Grant for Exceptional New Opportunities (AGENO), NSERC


Current Research Programs
We study dynamics of activated processes such as chemical reactions in solution, conformational changes of macromolecules and disintegration mechanisms of charged nanodroplets. The studies are performed by molecular simulations where we focus on development and application of Molecular Dynamics and Monte Carlo techniques. Sizes of systems that are investigated range from clusters to bulk. The systems are modeled on atomic scale using different levels of description that range from quantum chemical to empirical in order to capture features defining the properties of the systems.


Selected Publications
1. S. Consta "Manifestation of Rayleigh instability in Droplets containing multiply charged macroions", J. Phys. Chem. B, 114(16):5263 (2010).
2. S. Consta "Detecting reaction pathways and computing reaction rates in condensed phase", Theoretical Chemistry Accounts, 116(1-3):373 (2006).
3. O. M. Braun, M. Paliy, S. Consta "Ordering of a thin lubricant film due to sliding", Phys. Rev. Lett. 92 (25): Art. No. 256103 (2004).
4. S. Consta, K. Mainer and W. Novak "Mechanisms of Fragmentation processes of droplets charged with ions", Journal of Chemical Physics 119(19):10125 (2003).
5. S. Consta, N.B. Wilding, D. Frenkel, and Z. Alexandrowitz. "Recoil growth: an efficient simulation method for multi-polymer systems.'' Journal of Chemical Physics, 110 :3220--3228 (1999).

 

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