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Associate Professor of Chemistry
Professor Charbonneau studies soft matter. His work combines theory and simulation to understand the glass problem, protein crystallization, microphase formation, and colloidal assembly in external fields.
Appointments and Affiliations
- Associate Professor of Chemistry
- Associate Professor of Physics
- Office Location: 5329 French Science, 124 Science Drive, Durham, NC 27708
- Office Phone: (919) 613-6261
- Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ph.D. Harvard University , 2006
- B.S. McGill University (Canada), 2001
Awards, Honors, and Distinctions
- Top 20 Reviewers for 2012. Journal of Chemical Physics. 2013
- Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellow. Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. 2013
- Mention of Teaching Excellence. Duke University. 2012
- Open Eye Award. American Chemical Society. 2011
- Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program. National Science Foundation. 2011
- Ralph E. Powe Junior Faculty Enhancement Award. Oak Ridge National Laboratory. 2009
- CHEM 89S: First-Year Seminar
- CHEM 130L: The Chemistry and Physics of Cooking
- CHEM 393: Research Independent Study
- CHEM 394: Research Independent Study
- CHEM 493: Research Independent Study
- CHEM 494: Research Independent Study
- CHEM 543: Statistical Thermodynamics
- CHEM 544: Statistical Mechanics
- MATH 89S: First-Year Seminar
- PHYSICS 493: Research Independent Study
In the News
- Teaching a Machine to Spot a Crystal (Jun 26, 2018 | Duke Research Blog)
- Looking at Cooking as a Science Experiment (Apr 13, 2018 | Duke Research Blog)
- Cheating Time to Watch Liquids do the Slow Dance (Nov 2, 2017 | Duke Research Blog)
- Breaking Glass in Infinite Dimensions (May 30, 2017)
- Duke Professor Teams Up to Crack the Glass Problem (Apr 13, 2016)
- Visualizing how matter changes from one state to another, on an atomic level (Mar 3, 2015)
- Through the Theoretical Glass (Nov 12, 2014)
- When Things Get Glassy, Molecules Go Fractal (Apr 24, 2014)
- Spherical Cows Help Turn Proteins to Crystals (Nov 15, 2013 | Duke Research Blog)
- Scientists get best view yet of the structure of glass (Jul 15, 2013 | Smithsonian)
- Chemistry in the Kitchen, Cooking in the Classroom (Apr 10, 2013)
- Sloan Foundation Names Charbonneau, Lu as 2013 Research Fellows (Feb 15, 2013)
- Charbonneau, P; Kundu, J; Berthier, L, Data from: Finite-dimensional vestige of spinodal criticality above the dynamical glass transition (2020) [10.7924/r4jh3m094] [abs].
- Charbonneau, P; Kundu, J, Postponing the dynamical transition density using competing interactions, Granular Matter, vol 22 no. 3 (2020) [10.1007/s10035-020-0998-z] [abs].
- Berthier, L; Fullerton, CJ; Flenner, E; Charbonneau, P, Data from: Front-mediated melting of isotropic ultrastable glasses (2019) [10.7924/r4542pd2c] [abs].
- Altan, I; Charbonneau, P; James, S; Quinn, M; McManus, J; Khan, A, Data and scripts from: Using Schematic Models to Understand the Microscopic Basis for Inverted Solubility in gammaD-crystallin (2019) [10.7924/r4fq9v942] [abs].
- Altan, I; Quinn, M; McManus, J; James, S; Charbonneau, P; Khan, A, Data and scripts from: temperature-dependent interactions explain normal and inverted solubility in a γD-crystallin mutant (2019) [10.7924/r49w0dx6s] [abs].