Paul Bagus | Department of Chemistry

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Paul Bagus

Research Professor
(940) 369-8001
Office: 
CHEM 205A
Highlights: 
Surface Chemistry; Electronic Structure Theory; Core-Level Spectroscopies

Dr. Bagus is Research Professor of Chemistry, and a pioneer in the field of computational chemistry. Dr. Bagus moved to UNT in 2001 from Texas A&M University, after a distinguished career at IBM Research. One of his main research interests is to use computational chemistry approaches to interpret spectroscopic properties and his current focus is on the modeling nanoclusters and nanomaterials. Dr. Bagus was elected a Fellow of the American Physical Society. While at IBM, Dr. Bagus was recognized with both an Outstanding Innovation Award and an Outstanding Contribution Award. Dr. Bagus serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Electron Spectroscopy. His research is currently sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy and the National Science Foundation.

Research area: 
Computational Chemistry
Materials

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