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Robert W. Schurko
Professor, Chemistry and Biochemistry

- Professor, 2009 - University of Windsor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
- Visiting Scientist, 2009 - Weizmann Institute, Israel (Lucio Frydman)
- Visiting Scientist, 2008 - University of Warwick, U.K. (Mark E. Smith)
- Visiting Scientist, 2007 - Ecole normale supérieure de Lyon, France (Lyndon Emsley)
- Early Research Award, 2006 - Ontario Ministry of Research and Innovation
- Associate Professor, 2005 - University of Windsor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
- Assistant Professor, 2000 - University of Windsor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
- Postdoctoral Fellow, 1999-2000 - University of Illinois at Chicago (Lucio Frydman)
- Postdoctoral Fellow, 1998-1999 - State University of New York at Stony Brook (Clare Grey)
- Killam Fellow, 1996-1998 - Dalhousie University
- Ph.D. Chemistry, 1998 - Dalhousie University (Rod Wasylishen)
- M.Sc. Chemistry, 1994 - University of Manitoba (Ted Schaefer)
- B.Sc.(Hons) Chemistry, 1992 - University of Manitoba (Ted Schaefer)
- Born, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, June 3, 1970

Research Interests:

- solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance of quadrupolar nuclei in main group and transition metal organometallic complexes

- applications of solid-state NMR to study of composite materials, mesoporous metal oxides, and various phosphorus containing compounds

- symmetry, structure and dynamics extracted from first- and second-order solid-state NMR powder patterns

- signal enhancement of insensitive spin-1/2 and quadrupolar nuclei using special pulse sequences

- ab initio calculations of anisotropic NMR tensors (chemical shielding and electric field gradient tensors)

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