Level 1 - Research Operation Restrictions from May 18, 2020!


COVID-19 high performance computing alliance

Bringing together the Federal government, industry, and academic leaders to provide access to the world’s most powerful high-performance computing resources in support of COVID-19 research.

COVID-19 maps

Map of currently recorded cases, updated daily in MT, around the world by JHU, UW-Seattle, IHME projections, or ... as seen by millions of digital thermometers.

Phylogenetics of COVID-19?

An eye opening website about the phylogenetics of COVID-19. Keep eye on D614G mutation in the US, which makes the virus grow more quickly.

Inside the COVID-19 genome by the New York Times

About Us

A research intensive university setting

We are located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains - a few hours drive from Yellowstone National Park - in the scenic university town of Bozeman, Montana. Please sign up for getting access to lists with MSU's international ranking.

Where theory and experiment meet!

A central feature of our scientific research strategy is the combined theoretical and experimental approach we undertake to solve a wide variety of chemical problems from the molecular and materials world with real life implications.

Please review the representative skill and expertise list of the laboratory to learn about scientific, technical, training, and service opportunities we engage in.

Our overarching philosophy:

  "If you can sketch it - we can model it!"

let that be chemical structure, reaction mechanism, nanoparticle, periodic crystal, chemical property ...

Consider working with us!

Please visit us in Bozeman, give us a call, or contact us via email, if you are interested becoming the member of the lab. We always consider applications for postdoctoral research associates, graduate students, undergraduate students, and also high school students.

Robert K. Szilagyi, Ph.D.

Kavli Frontiers of Science alumni

Associate Professor of Chemistry

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Montana State University
253 Chemistry & Biochemistry Building
POB 173400, Bozeman, MT 59717
Tel.: +1 (406) 994 4263 (office)
4071 (students), 7809 (lab)
Fax.: +1 (406) 994 5407
Email: Szilagyi@Montana.EDU

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