About N. Ph.D.in chemistry from Stony Brook University, presently at the Rensselaer Center for Cheminformatics Research. I am a theoretical chemist who uses computational and cheminformatic methods for the design of molecules with specific chemical and biological properties. I have authored several research papers in physics, chemistry, biology and philosophy journals, as well as review articles, book chapters, articles in popular science magazines, invited lectures and software packages, . Currently writing and editing a book on electron density in chemical, biological and material sciences. Other interests include mapping the network topology of chemical spaces, and development of algorithms for de novo proteomic analysis. I have worked on computation of nonadiabatic couplings, density functional theory and manifestations of the geometric phase, development of novel molecular descriptors and robust property modeling methods for the prediction and interpretation of protein-ligand binding and protein similarity classification. I received my Masters from IIT Kanpur, was Alexander von Humboldt Fellow at the University of Bonn and taught chemistry and computer science in India prior to joining Rensselaer.
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