Professor of chemistry, Department of Chemistry
areas of expertise: physical chemistry and molecular biophysics, ultrafast spectroscopy, water structure and dynamics, chemical reaction dynamics in solution, protein conformational dynamics, protein folding, binding, self-assembly, chemistry
Andrei Tokmakoff has been on the MIT faculty since 1998, and is currently professor of chemistry. He joined MIT following a PhD from Stanford University in 1995 and postdoctoral positions at the Technical University Munich, the University of Chicago and UC Berkeley.
His research group is internationally recognized for studies of molecular dynamics in chemistry and biophysics using ultrafast multidimensional spectroscopy. His expertise includes of water hydrogen-bonding structure, protein conformational dynamics, chemical reaction dynamics, and 2-D IR spectroscopy.
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