2019 - Bourke Award, Royal Society of Chemistry (UK)
2018 - Murray Goodman Memorial Prize, American Chemical Society (ACS)
2015 - Herty Medal, American Chemical Society (ACS)
2013 - Fellow of the American Chemical Society
2002 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
2001 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For establishing molecularlevel theories of electron tunneling interactions in proteins and DNA
1999 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
His primary areas of study are Electron transfer, Chemical physics, Quantum tunnelling, Computational chemistry and Stereochemistry. His Electron transfer research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Electron transport chain, Covalent bond, Valence, Atomic physics and Redox. His research integrates issues of Acceptor, Nanotechnology, Electronic structure and van der Waals force, Molecule in his study of Chemical physics.
His work on Hyperpolarizability as part of general Molecule study is frequently linked to Monte carlo simulationen, bridging the gap between disciplines. He interconnects Range, Quantum, Quantum decoherence, Band gap and Coupling in the investigation of issues within Quantum tunnelling. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Metal, Cytochrome c peroxidase and Method of image charges.
Electron transfer, Chemical physics, Quantum tunnelling, Molecule and Electron are his primary areas of study. The Electron transfer study combines topics in areas such as Acceptor, Molecular physics, Redox, Atomic physics and Computational chemistry. His research integrates issues of Electron transport chain, Coupling, Charge, Superexchange and Kinetics in his study of Chemical physics.
His work carried out in the field of Quantum tunnelling brings together such families of science as Electron transfer reactions, Range, Quantum and Stereochemistry. His research in Molecule intersects with topics in Conjugated system and Excitation. His Electron study frequently involves adjacent topics like Nanotechnology.
David N. Beratan mainly focuses on Chemical physics, Electron transfer, Electron, Atomic physics and Acceptor. His Chemical physics research also works with subjects such as
His Electron research integrates issues from Electron transport chain, Bifurcation, Redox, Kinetics and Coupling. His Atomic physics research focuses on Excitation and how it connects with Electron acceptor and Electronic structure. His Acceptor study which covers Quantum dot that intersects with Chirality.
His main research concerns Chemical physics, Electron, Electron transfer, Kinetics and Quantum tunnelling. His studies deal with areas such as Acceptor, Exciton, Coupling, Atomic physics and Length scale as well as Chemical physics. David N. Beratan focuses mostly in the field of Acceptor, narrowing it down to topics relating to Circular polarization and, in certain cases, Computational chemistry.
His Electron research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Electronic structure, Redox, Electron transport chain and Coupling. His Electron transfer research incorporates elements of Range, Charge, Quantum and Protein structure. David N. Beratan works mostly in the field of Quantum tunnelling, limiting it down to topics relating to Superexchange and, in certain cases, Spin, as a part of the same area of interest.
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NCIPLOT: A Program for Plotting Noncovalent Interaction Regions
Julia Contreras-García;Erin R. Johnson;Shahar Keinan;Robin Chaudret.
Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation (2011)
Approaches for Optimizing the First Electronic Hyperpolarizability of Conjugated Organic Molecules
S. R. Marder;D. N. Beratan;L.-T. Cheng.
Protein electron transfer rates set by the bridging secondary and tertiary structure
D. N. Beratan;J. N. Betts;J. N. Onuchic.
Electron-tunneling pathways in proteins.
DN Beratan;JN Onuchic;Winkler;HB Gray.
Pathway analysis of protein electron-transfer reactions.
José Nelson Onuchic;David N. Beratan;Jay R. Winkler;Harry B. Gray.
Annual Review of Biophysics and Biomolecular Structure (1992)
Electron tunneling through covalent and noncovalent pathways in proteins
David N. Beratan;José Nelson Onuchic;J. J. Hopfield.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1987)
Biochemistry and theory of proton-coupled electron transfer.
Agostino Migliore;Nicholas F. Polizzi;Michael J. Therien;David N. Beratan.
Chemical Reviews (2014)
A predictive theoretical model for electron tunneling pathways in proteins
José Nelson Onuchic;David N. Beratan.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1990)
Calculation of tunneling matrix elements in rigid systems: mixed-valence dithiaspirocyclobutane molecules
David N. Beratan;J. J. Hopfield.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1984)
Electron tunneling pathways in ruthenated proteins
David N. Beratan;Jose Nelson Onuchic;Jonathan N. Betts;Bruce E. Bowler.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1990)
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