Kenneth M. Flurchick

TitleAssociate Professor

DepartmentComputational Science and Engineering

Phone336-285-3252

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Emailkmflurch@ncat.edu

OfficeFort IRC
Room: 117

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Kenneth M. Flurchick

Education

Ph D: Physics, General, Colorado State University, 1987

MS: Physics, Colorado State University, 1978

BA: Mathematics, William Paterson College of New Jersey, 1975


Research Interests

Observational Astronomy Astrophysics Molecular Physics/Material Science Modeling Computational Science including Numerical Methods


Recent Publications

Poudel, Samin  Smith, Damon  Fiddler, Marc  Flurchick, Kenneth  Bililign, Solomon  (2017).  Optical Properties of Biomass Burning Aerosols: Comparison of Experimental Measurements and T-matrix Calculations..  In MDPI- Postfach, CH - 4020 Basel, Switzerland  (11,  8,  pp. 228).  Atmosphere- Special Issue "Aerosol Optical Properties: Models, Methods & Measurements".

Jha, Ashwani  Flurchick, Kenneth  Bikdash, Marwan  Kc, Dukka  (2016).  Parallel-SymD: A Parallel Approach to Detect Internal Symmetry in Protein Domains.  (2016,  pp. 1-9).  BioMed Research International.

Jha, A  Flurchick, Kenneth  Bikdash, Marwan  Kc, Dukka  (2016).  Parallel-SymD: A Parallel Approach to Detect Internal Symmetry in Protein Domains..  (2016,  pp. 4628592).  BioMed research international.

Adhikari, Kapil  Flurchick, Kenneth  Valenzano, Loredana  (2015).  A Hybrid Density Functional Study on the Effects of Pressure on Paracetamol and Aspirin Polymorphs .  (90,  pp. 1062-).  Computational and Theoretical Chemistry .

Adhikari, K.  Flurchick, Kenneth  Valenzano, L.  (2015).  Effects of Volumetric Expansion in Molecular Crystals: A Quantum Mechanical Investigation on Aspirin and Paracetamol Most Stable Polymorphsa.  (621,  pp. 109-116).

Adhikari, K.  Flurchick, Kenneth  Valenzano, L.  (2015).  Effects of Volumetric Expansion in Molecular Crystals: A Quantum Mechanical Investigation on Aspirin and Paracetamol Most Stable Polymorphs.  (90,  pp. 1062).  Computational and Theoretical Chemistry.

Chopade, Pravin  Flurchick, Kenneth  Zhan, Justin  Bikdash, Marwan  (2015).  Visualization Techniques for Large-Scale Big Data Networks: Smart Power Grid Survivability in a Complex Operating Environment.   Academy of Science and Engineering, USA, ASE 2014.