David is an Assistant Professor, the Chevron Chair in Chemistry and the Heising-Simons Fellow of the Kavli Energy NanoSciences Institute at UC Berkeley. He is a theoretist and practicioner of statistical mechanics and quantum dynamics, broadly interested in nonequilibrium phenomena in complex, condensed phase systems.
David's CV can be found here.
• C. G. Bischak, C. L. Hetherington, H. Wu, S. Aloni, D. F. Ogletree, D. T. Limmer, and N. S. Ginsberg, "Origin of reversible photo-induced phase separation in hybrid perovskites," submitted, 2016. Link | PDF
• J Park, Hans O Elmlund, P Ercius, J Yuk, D.T Limmer, Q Chen, K Kim, A Pacific, D.A Weitz, A.A. Zettl, and A.P Alivisatos. "3D structure of individual nanocrystals in solution by electron microscopy," Science, 2015. Link | PDF | Commentary
• "Rare fluctuations in trajectory space and nonequilibrium free energies" Telluride meeting on condensed phase dynamics 2016
• "Multiple dynamical regimes in irreversible surface assembly" CECAM Meeting on Simulation of systems under thermodynamic-like gradients 2015
• "Scratching the surface on the roughening transition of ice" PCTS Workshop on Ice Nucleation 2015
University of California,
Berkeley, CA 94720