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DONGHUI QUAN

Department of Chemistry, Eastern Kentucky University
521 Lancaster Ave, Richmond, KY 40475
(614) 589-1905
donghui.quan@eku.edu


EDUCATION

Doctorate of Philosophy, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio

Major: Chemical Physics

Thesis: Chemical Modeling of Interstellar Molecules in Dense Cores

Dec. 2009

Master of Science, University of Science and Technology of China

Major: Chemical Physics

July 2003

Bachelor of Science, University of Science and Technology of China

Major: Chemical Physics

July 1998

 

RESEARCH EXPERIENCES

Assistant Professor in Chemistry Department,

Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY

Aug. 2011~present

 

Duties: establishing an astrochemistry research group; research focuses on building and applying time dependent models for astronomical systems.

 

Postdoctoral Researcher in Astrophysics Group,

University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY

 Mar. 2010~Oct. 2010

Duties: apply Cloudy models for photon dominated regions; illustrate effects of various physical and chemical processes; make predictions of detectable emission lines.

 

Graduate Research Assistant in Astrophysics and Astrochemistry Group,

The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

 Mar. 2005~Dec. 2009

Duties: develop and apply models for various interstellar sources; estimate chemical reaction rates; analyze modeling results to compare with observations.

 

Graduate Research Assistant in Biophysics Chemistry Group,

The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

Sep. 2004~Feb. 2005

 

Duties: set up femtosecond laser light paths; run ultrafast laser experiments.

 

Graduate Research Assistant in Laser Chemistry Group,

University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, China

Jun. 2001~Jun. 2003

 

Duties: set up femtosecond laser light paths; run ultrafast laser experiments.

 

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCES

Assistant Professor, Eastern Kentucky University

- Chemistry 111, General Chemistry I and Lab.

- Chemistry 807, Special Topics in Physical Chemistry: Computational Chemistry.

- Chemistry 574L, Physical Chemistry Lab I.

Aug. 2011~present

 

 

Lecturer, Eastern Kentucky University

Aug. 2010~July. 2011

- Astronomy 330, Stars, Black Holes: The Cosmos.

- Astronomy 135/130, Introductory Astronomy and Lab.

- Physics 131, College Physics I.

 

Recitation Instructor, The Ohio State University

Dec. 2004~Feb. 2005

- Chemistry 530, Physical Chemistry.

 

Lab Instructor, The Ohio State University

Sep. 2003~Feb. 2005

- Chemistry 541, Physical Chemistry Laboratory.

 

Recitation Instructor, University of Science and Technology of China

Sep. 2000~Jun. 2001

- Physical Chemistry.

 

PUBLICATIONS

(1)   D. Quan, E. Herbst, Y. Osamura, and E. Roueff "Gas-grain modeling of isocyanic Acid (HNCO), cyanic Acid (HOCN), fulminic Acid (HCNO), and isofulminic Acid (HONC) in assorted interstellar environments" The Astrophysical Journal, 725, 2101 (2010)

(2)   G.R. Adande, D.T. Halfan, L.M. Ziurys, D. Quan, and E. Herbst " Observations of the [HNCS]/[HSCN] Ratio in Sgr B2 and TMC-1: Evidence for Low-temperature Gas-phase Chemistry" The Astrophysical Journal, 725, 561 (2010)

(3)   N. Marcelino, S. Brünken, J. Cernicharo, D. Quan, E. Roueff, E. Herbst, P. Thaddeus and M. Gerin "The puzzling behavior of HNCO isomers in molecular clouds" Astronomy & Astrophysics 516, 105 (2010)

(4)   V. Wakelam, J.C. Loison, D. Talbi, D. Quan, and F. Caralp "A Sensitivity study of the neutral-neutral reactions C + C3 and C + C5 in Cold Dense Interstellar Cores" Astronomy & Astrophysics 495, 513 (2009)

(5)   D. Quan, E. Herbst, T. J. Millar, G. E. Hassel, S. Lin, H. Guo, P. Honvault, and D. Xie "New Theoretical Results Concerning the Interstellar Abundance of Molecular Oxygen" The Astrophysical Journal, 681, 1318 (2008)

(6)   D. Quan and E. Herbst "Possible gas-phase syntheses for seven neutral molecules studied recently with the Green Bank Telescope" Astronomy & Astrophysics 474, 521 (2007) 

(7)   I. W. M. Smith, A. M. Sage, N. M. Donahue, E. Herbst and D. Quan "The temperature-dependence of rapid low temperature reactions: experiment, understanding and prediction" Faraday Discussions 133, 137 (2006)

(8)   H. Wang, C. Saxena, D. Quan, A. Sancar, D. Zhong “Femtosecond Dynamics of Flavin Cofactor in DNA Photolyase: Radical Reduction, Local Solvation and Charge Recombination” J. Phys. Chem. B 109 1329 (2005)

(9)   L. Zhang, D. Quan, L. Wang, G. Yang, Y. Weng “Femtosecond Time-resolved Difference Absorption Spectroscopy of All-trans-β-Apo-8′-carotenal” Science in China G 47(2) 208 (2004)

(10)   D. Quan, S. Liu, J. Yang, L. Zhang, L. Wang, G. Yang, Y. Weng  “Experimental Study on the Chirped Structure of the Super White-light Continuum Pulse Generated by Femtosecond Laser” Chinese Physics, 12(9), 986 (2003)

 

PRESENTATIONS AND POSTERS

(1)   D. Quan, “Astrochemistry: A Case Study: Time-dependent Modeling of Interstellar O2”, Kentucky Academy of Science 2011 Annual Meeting, 2011

(2)   W.L. Brock, and D. Quan, “The disturbance of ionization balance of atoms and molecules within a photon dominated region”, Undergraduate Poster Showcase, Eastern Kentucky University, 2011

(3)   D. Quan, G.J. Ferland, P.C. Stancil, P.A.M., van Hoof, R.L. Porter, and B. Yang "Investigating Effects of New CO + H2 Collisional Rates: Application of Several Cloudy PDR Models", Dust and Ice: Their Roles in Astrophysical Environments Workshop, 2010

(4)   D. Quan, P.F. Goldsmith, and E. Herbst, "Time Dependent Gas-Grain Modeling of Interstellar Molecular Oxygen and Water", Dust and Ice: Their Roles in Astrophysical Environments Workshop, 2010

(5)   D. Quan, “Chemical Modeling of Interstellar CHNO Isomers”, invited talk, Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics, University of Kentucky, 2010

(6)   D. Quan, “Where are Oxygen Molecules in the Universe? Modeling of Interstellar O2 Abundance in Dense Cores”, invited talk, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Eastern Kentucky University, 2009

(7)   D. Quan, and E. Herbst, “Gas-grain Models of Interstellar CHNS Isomers”, Advancing Chemical Understanding through Astronomical Observations, Center for Chemistry of the Universe, 2009

(8)   D. Quan, and E. Herbst, "Gas-grain modeling of CHNO Isomers", the 64th International Symposium on Molecular Spectroscopy, 2009

(9)   D. Quan, and E. Herbst, "Gas-grain Models of Interstellar HOCN and its Isomers", Dalgarno Celebratory Symposium, 2008

(10)   D. Quan, E. Herbst, and G. E. Hassel, "Chemical Modeling of O2 in Interstellar Clouds", the 63rd International Symposium on Molecular Spectroscopy, 2008

(11)   D. Quan, and E. Herbst, "Modeling Some Newly Detected Molecules", the 62nd International Symposium on Molecular Spectroscopy, 2007

 

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES

Wiley Faculty Network Guest Lectures: Teach Like A Champion Webinar, Dec. 2011

National Collegiate Inventors & Innovators Alliance: Research to Innovation Workshop, Apr. 2009 Boston, MA.

Center for Chemistry of the Universe: Arizona Radio Observatory Spring School, Mar. 2009, Tucson, AZ.

Les Houches Summer School of Molecular Astrophysics, Sep. 2005, Les Houches, France.