Christian R. Cioce
Christian R. Cioce
Department of Chemistry
University of South Florida
4202 E. Fowler Avenue, CHE 205
Tampa, FL 33620-5250
University of South Florida (2009 - Present)
- Doctor of Philosophy, Chemistry (Phys./Comp./Theory)
University of South Florida (2007 - 2009)
- Bachelor of Science, Chemistry
- Minor: Biomedical Physics
John Jay College of Criminal Justice (2004 - 2006)
- Bachelor of Science, Domestic & International Criminal Justice (sought)
Discovered a new technique for detecting chemical weapons through nanomaterials via DTRA / C.S. Draper Laboratory sponsored research; characterized a new class of radical metal-carbene complex via high performance computing.
Chemical/biological/nuclear threat detection and decontamination, defense and national security threat mitigation, nanoporous and solid state materials, Metal-Organic Materials, sensing, sustainable energy, artificial intelligence and machine learning, predictive analytics, high performance computing, big data, data visualization, satellite imaging and cyber/information security, electronic structure methods, statistical mechanics, metal-carbenes, metalloporphyrins.
Featured Article and Artwork in Advances in Engineering
Figure Legend: The a-axis view of the 2 × 2 × 2 system cell of the metal-organic material (MOM), dia-7i-1-Co, showing multiple representations of methane (CH4) sorbed in the small pores of the framework. The system is shown using licorice representation with the exception of the central region of the framework and all CH4 molecules are depicted using space filling van der Waals illustration. Atom coloring corresponds to: C = gray, H = silver, O = red, N = blue, Co = pink; with the exception of the CH4 molecules sorbed in the central region which are colored green for visual clarity.
Advisor : Brian Space
- T. Pham, K.A. Forrest, B. Tudor, S.K. Elsaidi, M.H. Mohamed, K. McLaughlin, C.R. Cioce, M.J. Zaworotko, B. Space, "Theoretical Investigations of CO2 and CH4 Sorption in an Interpenetrated Diamondoid Metal-Organic Material", Langmuir, 2014, 30 (22), 6454–6462, [DOI] [Featured Article].
- C.R. Cioce, K. McLaughlin, J.L. Belof, B. Space, "A Polarizable and Transferable PHAST N2 Potential for use in Materials Simulation", J. Chem. Theory Comput., 2013, 9 (12), 5550–5557, [DOI].
- A.L. Mullen, T. Pham, K.A. Forrest, C.R. Cioce, K. McLaughlin, B. Space, "A Polarizable and Transferable PHAST CO2 Potential for Materials Simulation", J. Chem. Theory Comput., 2013, 9 (12), 5421–5429, [DOI].
- K. McLaughlin, C.R. Cioce, T. Pham, J.L. Belof, B. Space, "Efficient Calculation of Many-Body Induced Electrostatics in Molecular Systems", J. Chem. Phys., 2013, 139, 184112, [DOI].
- K.A. Forrest, T. Pham, A. Hogan, K. McLaughlin, B. Tudor, P. Nugent, S.D. Burd, A. Mullen, C.R. Cioce, L. Wojtas, M.J. Zaworotko, and B. Space, "Computational Studies of CO2 Sorption and Separation in an Ultramicroporous Metal-Organic Material", J. Phys. Chem. C, 2013, 117 (34), 17687–17698, [DOI].
- T. Pham, K. Forrest, K. McLaughlin, B. Tudor, P. Nugent, A. Hogan, A. Mullen, C.R. Cioce, M.J. Zaworotko, B. Space, "Theoretical Investigations of CO2 and H2 Sorption in an Interpenetrated Square-Pillared Metal-Organic Material", J. Phys. Chem. C, 2013, 117 (19), 9970–9982, [DOI].
- K. McLaughlin, C.R. Cioce, J.L. Belof, B. Space, "A molecular H2 potential for heterogeneous simulations including polarization and many-body van der Waals interactions", J. Chem. Phys., 2012, 136, 194302, [DOI].
- J.L Belof, C.R. Cioce, X. Xu, X.P. Zhang, B. Space, H.L. Woodcock, "Characterization of Tunable Radical Metal-Carbenes: Key Intermediates in Catalytic Cyclopropanation", Organometallics, 2011, 30 (10), 2739–2746, [DOI].
- C.R. Cioce, J.L. Belof, B. Space, "Dual Detection & Decontamination Materials for Chemical Nerve Agent Sensing: Computational Insights"
- C.R. Cioce, B. Tudor, K. McLaughlin, B. Space, "A PHAST Potential for Heterogeneous Simulation of Methane with Many-Body Interactions"