Matthew G. Reuter
Research Assistant Professor, Ph.D., 2011
Northwestern University: Chemistry;Computational Chemistry; Mathematical Physics
Matt Reuter joined SBU in 2014 as an Assistant Professor. Prior to coming to Stony
Brook he was a Research Associate in the Department of Chemistry at Northwestern University,
where he studied single-molecule behavior. He received B.Sc. degrees in chemistry
and mathematics from Michigan Technological University (2006) and a Ph.D. degree in
theoretical/ computational chemistry from Northwestern University (2011). From 2011
to 2013, he was a Eugene P. Wigner Fellow at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, where
he developed theories and algorithms for studying electron transport processes and
materials chemistry. Matt is the lead author of 17 peer-reviewed journal articles.
He was also the recipient of a U.S. DoE Computational Science Graduate Fellowship
for most of his graduate studies at Northwestern.
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