James Gaynor Defends Dissertation

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Congratulations to James Gaynor, who defended his Ph.D. work “Correlated Electronic and Vibrational Motion: A Direct Perspective Through Multidimensional Electronic-Vibrational Spectroscopy” on December 3, 2019. He was a student in Professor Khalil’s lab. He has accepted a position with Professors Stephen Leone and Daniel Neumark at UC Berkeley/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, where he will focus on developing new multidimensional spectroscopies that use attosecond light pulses in the extreme UV and soft X-ray spectral region to directly measure electron-electron correlations in small molecules as clusters and in solution.