Speaker

Invited Talks

Wander, Matthew C. F. “A theoretical investigation of green rust and its role in permeable reactive barriers”. Invited talk, Subatech, Ecole des Mines, Nantes, France, November 10, 2009.

Wander, Matthew C. F., Sebastien Kerisit, Kevin M. Rosso. “Ferrous iron reduction of uranium(VI) in moderately acidic water”. Invited talk, American Chemical Society, Salt Lake City, March 23, 2009.

Wander, Matthew C. F., Aurora E. Clark “Stability of Uranosilicate Products of Nuclear Waste Degradation and Diagenesis”. Invited talk, American Chemical Society, New Orleans, April 7, 2008.

Wander, Matthew C. F. “The Intrinsic Electric Double Layer of Water with Implications for Radio Nucleotide Adsorption on Uranophane”. Invited talk, AER Group, Department of Chemistry Washington State University, September 14, 2007.

Wander, Matthew C. F., Kevin M. Rosso, Martin A. A. Schoonen. “Green Rust’s Role in Reductively Eliminating Pollutants”. Invited talk, American Chemical Society NORM, Boise, June 19, 2007.

Wander, Matthew C. F., Sebastien Kerisit, Kevin M. Rosso, Martin A. A. Schoonen. “Ferrous Iron Reduction of Uranium Triscarbanato: Connecting Atomic Behavior to Field Scale Interpretations”. Invited talk, American Chemical Society NORM, Boise, June 19, 2007.

Wander, Matthew C. F. “How Permeable Reactive Barriers Reductively Eliminate Pollutants: an Electrons Perspective”. Invited talk, Geosciences Department, Stony Brook University, April 12, 2007.

Wander, Matthew C. F. “Reduction of Uranium Triscarbanato by Ferrous Iron Implications for Reduced Mobile U(V)”. Invited talk, Geochemistry Department, Sandia National Lab, October 30, 2006.

Clark, Aurora, Benjamin Waldher, Matthew C. F. Wander, and Neil J. Henson. “Force-field development for heavy elements using ab initio data and the force matching method”. American Chemical Society, Salt Lake City, March 22, 2009.

Submitted Abstracts

Clark, Aurora, Matthew C. F. Wander. “Potential of mean force studies of the adsorption of rare earth elements to defect ridden quartz”. American Chemical Society, Salt Lake City, March 24, 2009.

Criscenti, Louise J., Lynn E. Katz, Matthew C. F. Wander. “Evaluating the thermodynamics of metal ion adsorption at the molecular scale”. American Chemical Society, Salt Lake City, March 22, 2009.

Wander, Matthew C. F., Louise J. Criscenti, Aurora E. Clark. “The Hydration Sheath”. American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, December 15-19, 2008.

Clark, Aurora E., Matthew C. F. Wander. “Multiscale Organization and its Influence upon Ion Sorption to Mineral Surfaces”. 6th Congress of the International Society of Theoretical Chemical Physics, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC July 19-24 2008.

Clark, Aurora E., Matthew C. F. Wander. “Multiscale Organization and its Influence upon Ion Sorption to Mineral Surfaces”. American Conference on Theoretical Chemistry, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, July 19-24 2008.

Clark, Aurora E., Matthew C. F. Wander. “Aqueous Ln(III) and Their Sorption to Mineral Surfaces”. Rare Earth Research Conference, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, June 20 – 25 2008.

Wander, Matthew C. F., Louise J. Criscenti, Aurora E. Clark. “The Intrinsic Electric Double Layer on Goethite and Quartz”. American Chemical Society, New Orleans, April 8, 2008.

Wander, Matthew C. F., Sebastien Kerisit, Kevin M. Rosso, Martin A. A. Schoonen. “Ferrous Iron Reduction of Uranyl Ions and Its Implications of a Mobile Reduced Species U(V)”. American Chemical Society, Chicago, March 29, 2007.

Wander, Matthew C. F., Kevin M. Rosso, Martin A. A. Schoonen. “Green Rust Reduction of Chromium: A Theoretical Study”. American Chemical Society, San Francisco, September 13, 2006.

Wander, Matthew C. F., Kevin M. Rosso. “Modeling Redox Reactions” CEKA Molecular Modeling Workshop, Pennsylvania State University, August 17, 2006.

Wander, Matthew C. F., James D. Kubicki, Martin A. A. Schoonen. “Reduction of N2 by Fe+2 a Comparison of Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Reactions: a Theoretical Study” NASA Astrobiology Conference, March, 2006.

Rosso Kevin M., Frances M. Skomurski, Matthew C. F. Wander, Nicholas S. Wigginton, Sebastien Kerisit, Svetlana V. Yanina, Michael Toney, Yuri A. Gorby, Ronald C. Ewing, Martin A. A. Schoonen, Michael F. Hochella, Alfred M. Spormann, Gordon E. Brown. “Advances in Understanding Microbial and Abiotic Electron Transfer at Mineral Surfaces”. DOE OBER ERSP PI Meeting, Warrenton, VA, April 3-5, 2006.

Wander, Matthew C. F., James D. Kubicki, Martin A. A. Schoonen. “A Proposed Mechanism for the Abiotic Production of Ammonia”. NASA Astrobiology Conference, April, 2005.

Wander, Matthew C. F. “An Introductory Q & A to Running Gaussian03”. CEMS Seminar, Stony Brook University, October 13, 2004.

Beaumont, Will C., Hue-Hwa Hwang, Thomas M. Johnson, Edward Mehnert, Matthew C. F. Wander. “Denitrification in a Tile-Drained, Agricultural, Watershed in Central Illinois”. Environmental Horizons, Illini Union, Champaign, Illinois, April 1-2, 2002, p. 76.

Hwang, Hue-Hwa, Matthew C. F. Wander, Will Beaumont, Thomas M. Johnson, Edward Mehnert. “Denitrification as Revealed by Isotope Ratios in Tile-Drained Agricultural Watershed in Central Illinois”. Abstracts with Program of the Southeastern and North-Central Sections Annual Meeting, Geologic Society of America, Lexington, KY, v. 34, no. 2, April 3-5, 2002, p. A-13.

Mehnert, Edward, William S. Dey, Donald Keefer, Hue-Hwa Hwang, Thomas R. Holm, Walton R. Holm, Thomas M. Johnson, Matthew C. F. Wander, Robert A. Sanford, Shawn M. Shiffer. “Mass Flux of Nitrogen in Shallow Groundwater of an Agricultural Watershed in Central Illinois”. Geological Society of America, North-Central Section 35th Annual Meeting, v. 33, no. 4, 2000, p. 14.

Wander, Matthew C. F., Robert J. Cave. “Solvent Effects on Charge Transfer Reactions in Rigid Linked Donor-Acceptor Molecules”. Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society, v. 213, no. 355-CHED Part 1, April 13, 1997.

Cave, Robert J., Todd Henderson, Matthew C. F. Wander. “Ab-Initio Studies of Solvent Effects on the Electron Transfer Matrix Element”. Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society, v. 213, no. 252-PHYS Part 2, April 13, 1997.