James E. Eilers
Professor (& Chair '94-03) . A.B., 1966, Bradley
University. Ph.D., 1971, Case Western Reserve University.
Postdoctoral at Oxford University, England. Dr.
Eilers joined SIUE in 1994 after eight years as a member of the Eastman
Kodak Research Laboratories. Prior to that he held academic
appointments with Case Western Reserve University, Bradley
University , and the State University of New York at Brockport.
His research interests include many aspects of applied quantum chemistry
and other forms of molecular modeling. Some systems of recent
emphasis include dyes, molecules for intermolecular electron
transport systems, and molecules that self-assemble into aggregates
that possess new and useful properties beyond those of the constituent
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