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Roger Hergenreder

Electrician Physical Plant

Lisandro Hernandez de la Pena

Assistant Professor, Physical Chemistry Chemistry / Biochemistry 1700 University Avenue
3-215 MC
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B.Sc. in Radiochemistry, Institute for Nuclear Sciences and Technology, Havana (Cuba), 1995 

M.Sc. in Radiochemistry, Institute for Nuclear Sciences and Technology, Havana (Cuba), 1997

Ph.D. in Chemistry, Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia (Canada), 2004

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             Theoretical chemical physics, statistical mechanics, condensed matter theory,  molecular dynamics, Monte Carlo method, coarse-grain modeling, quantum dynamics, path integral methods, non-equilibrium statistical mechanics.

Current Teaching:

  • Chemistry 361: Physical Chemistry I
  • Chemistry 363: Physical Chemistry II
  • Chemistry 491: Physical Chemistry Special Topics
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  • L. Hernández de la Peña and G. H. Peslherbe, "Quantum effects on the free energy of ionic water clusters evaluated by nonequilibrium computational methods", J. Phys. Chem. B 114, 5404 (2010) 
  • R. van Zon, L. Hernández de la Peña, G. H. Peslherbe and J. Schofield, "Quantum free energy differences from non-equilibrium path-integrals: II. Convergence properties for the harmonic oscillator", Phys. Rev. E 78, 041104 (2008)

  • R. van Zon, L. Hernández de la Peña, G. H. Peslherbe and J. Schofield, "Quantum free energy differences from non-equilibrium path-integrals: I. Methods and numerical application", Phys. Rev. E 78, 041103 (2008)

  • L. Hernández de la Peña, R. van Zon, J. Schofield and S. B. Opps, "Discontinuous molecular dynamics for rigid bodies: Applications", J. Chem. Phys. 126, 074106 (2007)

  • L. Hernández de la Peña, R. van Zon, J. Schofield and S. B. Opps, "Discontinuous molecular dynamics for semi-flexible and rigid bodies", J. Chem. Phys. 126, 074105 (2007)

  • L. Hernández de la Peña and P. G. Kusalik, "Quantum effects in liquid water and ice: Model dependence", J. Chem. Phys. 125, 054512 (2006)

  • L. Hernández de la Peña, M. S. Gulam Razul and P. G. Kusalik, "Quantum effects in ice Ih", J. Chem. Phys. 123, 144506 (2005) 

  • L. Hernández de la Peña, M. S. Gulam Razul and P. G. Kusalik, "Effects of quantization on the properties of liquid water", J. Phys. Chem. A 109, 7236-7241 (2005)

  • L. Hernández de la Peña and P. G. Kusalik, "Temperature dependence of quantum effects in liquid water", J. Am. Chem. Soc. 127, 5246-5251 (2005)

  • L. Hernández de la Peña and P. G. Kusalik, "Quantum effects in light and heavy liquid water: A rigid body centroid molecular dynamics study", J. Chem. Phys. 121, 5992-6002 (2004)

  • L. Hernández de la Peña and P. G. Kusalik, "The rotational centroid and its application in quantum molecular dynamics simulations", Mol. Phys. 102, 927-938 (2004)

  

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Darren Herrick

Central Receiving & Support Clerk Auxiliary Services 1700 University Ave
1-217 AB
x5323

Virginia Hill

Coordinator of Pre-College Programs Pre-College Programs, Staff, Student Life 1700 University Ave
3-100 CC

Huseyin Hiziroglu

Professor of Electrical Engineering Electrical & Computer Engineering, Graduate Faculty 1700 University Ave
2-703 W AB
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Dr. Huseyin R. Hiziroglu, professor of Electrical Engineering
Ph.D. from Wayne State University in Electrical Engineering, with expertise in gaseous electronics, high-voltage systems, and power systems.

Hiziroglu views Kettering students as clever, hardworking, and hands-on. It is the practical understanding of certain concepts that Kettering students gain from the cooperative education experience that he feels distinguishes them from students at other colleges. Teaching high quality students is what first drew Hiziroglu to teaching at Kettering and has become his favorite part of teaching at Kettering.

His hot tip for prospective students is very simple, "study hard!"

Hidden talents and outside interests: When not teaching great students, Hiziroglu enjoys a variety of activities such as classical music, opera, reading, and bicycling.

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Craig Hoff

Department Head - Mechanical Engineering Graduate Faculty, Mechanical Engineering 1700 University Ave
2-103 MC
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Dr. Craig J. Hoff, professor of Mechanical Engineering
Ph.D. from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, in Mechanical Engineering, with expertise in automotive powertrains (conventional, hybrid electric, fuel cell), in-vehicle data acquisition, design for the environment, and thermal and mechanical design.

To Hoff, Kettering students are motivated and have the know-how to work in a professional environment. It sets them apart from others, who are lost when they first enter the work place. Hoff enjoys working with students that go above and beyond and truly want to make things happen. "This was the place to be to teach automotive engineering."

When returning from the Formula SAE competition in 2002, his team leader mentioned that he rode a horse to his school as a child. At first the group thought he was just kidding, but it turned out that he regularly rode his horse to his one-room school house. The team was quite amazed to hear this about someone so young, but it goes to show that Kettering attracts students from all kinds of places.

Hoff would tell prospective students who found high school easy, "Prepare to work harder."

Hidden talents and outside interests: Hoff fills his off hours with reading, traveling, and home projects.

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  • Controls
  • Modeling/simulation
  • Dynamics
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Mary Sue Holmes

Administrative Specialist Department of Business, Staff 1700 University Ave
4-318 AB

Kelly Holmquist

Business Analyst Admissions, Marketing, Communications and Enrollment, Staff 1700 University Ave
4-727 CC
x5618

Betsy Homsher

Vice President of Student Life and Dean of Students Student Life Administrators, Staff, Student Life 1700 University Ave
3-120 CC

Katrina Horton

Tutor Office of Multicultural Student Initiatives

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