Dr. Bradley Rowland
B. A. Rowland received two B.S. degrees (chemistry; biochemistry) from Texas A&M University in 2002, where he conducted research with Profs. Daniel Singleton (organic chemistry) and Danny Yeager (theoretical chemistry). He then attended the University of Texas at Austin, earning an M.A. (chemistry) in 2005 and a Ph.D. (theoretical chemistry) in 2007 under Prof. Robert E. Wyatt. Rowland conducted post-doctoral studies with Prof. Wyatt and lectured at UT Austin until 2010. He was offered two post-doctoral positions abroad: one with Dr. Irene Burghardt at the ENS in Paris, France, and the other with Prof. David Tannor at the Weitzman Institute in Rehovot, Israel. Rowland declined both positions so that he could pursue his love of teaching. He joined the HT faculty as an associate professor of chemistry in the fall of 2010. Rowland serves as the faculty advisor to the Huston-Tillotson Student Affiliate Chapter of the American Chemical Society and as the Principle Investigator on the HT Nuclear Science Grant. His research interests include quantum trajectories, financial engineering, and climate change, and in his spare time, Rowland enjoys tending to his urban garden and traveling.
|Role: Assistant Professor of Chemistry|
|Office: D-L 306B|