J. Daniel Gezelter

Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry

Director of Undergraduate Studies

Dan Gezelter is a Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Notre Dame. He is also the department's Director of Undergraduate Studies.

Dan did his undergraduate work at Duke University and then spent a year as a Churchill Scholar doing research in NMR pulse-shaping with Ray Freeman at the University of Cambridge. He received his PhD in chemistry from the UC Berkeley, working with William H. Miller on quantum reactive scattering.  He completed a postdoc in theoretical chemistry at Columbia University, working with Bruce J. Berne. He moved to Notre Dame in 1999.

Dan is also the faculty advisor and a bagpiper for the Notre Dame Bagpipe Band. Other odd, but true facts: Dan played in a band with Ben Folds for a few months in 1987, and is an occasional character in the Sally Forth comic strip.

Contact Dan Gezelter by emailing gezelter@nd.edu or calling the office at (574) 631-7595.

Want to know more?  Get his full CV.