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  • Title
    Group Leader, Reaction Dynamics
  • Email
    gee10@llnl.gov
  • Phone
    (925) 423-1177
  • Organization
    Not Available

Research Interests

My research interests focus on

  • Understanding the relation between atomistic interactions and their acroscopic properties
  • How and why ordered structures emerge in otherwise disordered soft materials
  • Nanoscale composite material systems using multiple simulation techniques to bridge molecular processes to macroscopic phenomena, including
    • Quantum and statistical mechanics
    • Molecular dynamics
    • Brownian dynamics
    • Monte Carlo
    • Dissipative particle dynamics methods 

Additionally, it is hoped that by elucidation of the controlling physical and chemical mechanisms of such systems, that control and design may be facilitated. The development and understanding of such relationships is of great importance in addressing issues relevant to the DOE stockpile stewardship.

Ph.D., University of Utah, 1994

B.S., Weber State University, 1992

  • Roszak, S., R. H. Gee, K. Balasubramanian, and L. E. Fried, “Molecular Interactions of TATB Clusters,” Chem. Phys. Lett. (accepted).
  • Gee, R. H., and L. E. Fried, “Ultrafast Crystallization of Polar Polymer Melts,” J. Chem. Phys. 118 3827 (2003).
  • Manaa, M. R., R. H. Gee, and L. E. Fried “Internal Rotation of Amino and Nitro Groups in TATB: MP2 versus DFT (B3LYP),” J. Phys. Chem. A 106 8806 (2002).
  • Gee, R. H., L. E. Fried, and R. C. Cook, “Structure of Chlorotrifluoroethylene/Vinylidene Fluoride Random Copolymers and Homopolymers by Molecular Dynamics Simulations,” Macromolecules 34, 3050 (2001).
  • Gee, R. H., and D. Henderson, “The Correlation Functions of a Suspension of Large Particles in Amorphous Polybutadiene: A Molecular Dynamics Simulation Study,” Journal of Colloidal and Interface Science 232, 39 (2000).