Bryan Richard Goldsmith, PhD

2017- Chemical Engineering University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
Computational Catalysis, Materials Science, Data analytics
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Nosang V. Myung research assistant 2008-2010 UC Riverside (E-Tree)
Miguel A. García-Garibay research assistant 2009-2010 UCLA (Chemistry Tree)
Baron G. Peters grad student 2010-2015 UC Santa Barbara (Chemistry Tree)
Matthias Scheffler post-doc 2015-2017 Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society (Physics Tree)
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Nguyen TA, Jones ZR, Goldsmith BR, et al. (2015) A Cu25 Nanocluster with Partial Cu(0) Character. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 137: 13319-24
Goldsmith BR, Hwang T, Seritan S, et al. (2015) Rate-Enhancing Roles of Water Molecules in Methyltrioxorhenium-Catalyzed Olefin Epoxidation by Hydrogen Peroxide. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Nguyen TA, Goldsmith BR, Zaman HT, et al. (2015) Synthesis and characterization of a Cu14 hydride cluster supported by neutral donor ligands. Chemistry (Weinheim An Der Bergstrasse, Germany). 21: 5341-4
Hwang T, Goldsmith BR, Peters B, et al. (2013) Water-catalyzed activation of H2O2 by methyltrioxorhenium: a combined computational-experimental study. Inorganic Chemistry. 52: 13904-17
Goldsmith BR, Sanderson ED, Bean D, et al. (2013) Isolated catalyst sites on amorphous supports: a systematic algorithm for understanding heterogeneities in structure and reactivity. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 138: 204105
Lo MK, Gard MN, Goldsmith BR, et al. (2012) Synthesis and micropatterning of photocatalytically reactive self-assembled monolayers covalently linked to Si(100) surfaces via a Si-C bond. Langmuir : the Acs Journal of Surfaces and Colloids. 28: 16156-66
Meylemans HA, Quintana RL, Goldsmith BR, et al. (2011) Solvent-free conversion of linalool to methylcyclopentadiene dimers: a route to renewable high-density fuels. Chemsuschem. 4: 465-9
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