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Kosenkov, Dmitri V

Dmitri Kosenkov, Ph.D.

  • Associate Professor

Department: Chemistry and Physics

Office: Edison Hall 340

Phone: 732-263-5538

Email: dkosenko@monmouth.edu


Education

Ph.D., Jackson State University

M.S., National Taras Shevchenko University of Kyiv (Ukraine)

B.S., National Taras Shevchenko University of Kyiv (Ukraine)

Research Interests

Our field of research is computational and theoretical chemistry with applications to investigation of chemical dynamics of biological systems. The goal of our research efforts is to understand fundamental laws that control chemistry in living cells.

Research projects pursued by our group include:

  1. Quantum dynamics of energy transfer in photosynthetic proteins
  2. Development of deep learning algorithms for computational chemistry
  3. Multi-scale modeling of neural and cell signaling
  4. Speeding-up computational chemistry using graphics processing units (GPUs)

Courses

Recently Taught Classes

2022 Fall

  • Physical Chemistry I – CE 341
  • Physical Chemistry I Laboratory – CE 341L
  • Research in Chemistry – CE 350

2022 Spring

  • Physical Chemistry II – CE 342
  • Physical Chemistry II Laboratory – CE 342L
  • Research in Chemistry – CE 350

2021 Fall

  • Physical Chemistry I – CE 341
  • Physical Chemistry I Laboratory – CE 341L
  • Research in Chemistry – CE 350

2021 Spring

  • Computational Chemistry and Molecular Modeling – CE 475
  • Physical Chemistry II – CE 342

2020 Fall

  • Physical Chemistry I – CE 341

2019 Spring

  • Computational Chemistry and Molecular Modeling – CE 475
  • Physical Chemistry II – CE 342
  • Physical Chemistry II Laboratory – CE 342L
  • Research in Chemistry – CE 350

Frequently Taught Classes

  • Computational Chemistry and Molecular Modeling (CE 475)
  • General Chemistry I (CE 111)
  • Physical Chemistry I (CE 341)
  • Physical Chemistry I Laboratory (CE 341L)
  • Physical Chemistry II (CE 342)
  • Physical Chemistry II Laboratory (CE 342L)
  • Research in Chemistry (CE 350)