The Computational Molecular Science and Engineering Laboratory (CoMSEL) provides world-class expertise in classical and quantum mechanical simulations. It is designed to provide a unique, high quality, cross-college computational research and collaborative space for both scientists and engineers.

CoMSEL participants include the research groups of Yamil ColónAlexander Dowling, Hanyu MaEdward MaginnWilliam SchneiderJonathan Whitmer, and Yong Zhang from the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering; Tengfei Luo from the Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering; and Steven Corcelli and T. Daniel Gezelter from the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry.

This multi-disciplinary laboratory has ample space for graduate students and postdoctoral scholars, to conduct large and small group seminars and supergroup meetings, and to host visiting researchers. It
 is located in 365 Nieuwland Science Hall.

For more information, visit the CoMSEL website at or contact William Schneider at 574-631-8754 or