2012 - Arthur L. Schawlow Prize in Laser Science, American Physical Society
2010 - OSA Fellows For seminal contributions to the understanding of dynamics and interactions in liquids through development and applications of ultrafast nonlinear vibrational experimental methods and spectroscopy.
2009 - Ellis R. Lippincott Award, The Optical Society
2007 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences
2007 - E. Bright Wilson Award in Spectroscopy, American Chemical Society (ACS)
2000 - Earle K. Plyler Prize for Molecular Spectroscopy, American Physical Society
1999 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
1982 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
1981 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS)
1977 - Fellow of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Michael D. Fayer mainly focuses on Molecular physics, Infrared, Analytical chemistry, Spectroscopy and Chemical physics. His Molecular physics research incorporates elements of Molecular dynamics, Dephasing, Excited state, Nuclear magnetic resonance and Picosecond. Michael D. Fayer has researched Infrared in several fields, including Ultrashort pulse, Vibrational energy relaxation, Two-dimensional nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and Tungsten hexacarbonyl.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Time evolution, Spectral line and Anisotropy in addition to Analytical chemistry. His Spectroscopy research includes elements of Thermal equilibrium and Hydrogen bond. His Chemical physics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Relaxation, Ionic liquid, Molecule, Dissociation and Computational chemistry.
Michael D. Fayer mostly deals with Analytical chemistry, Molecular physics, Infrared, Spectroscopy and Chemical physics. His Analytical chemistry research incorporates themes from Anisotropy, Tungsten hexacarbonyl and Diffusion. His Molecular physics research integrates issues from Dephasing, Excited state, Excitation, Molecular vibration and Picosecond.
His studies in Infrared integrate themes in fields like Ultrashort pulse, Spectral line, Vibrational energy relaxation and Nuclear magnetic resonance. His Chemical physics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Relaxation, Micelle, Molecule, Hydrogen bond and Ion. His research in Hydrogen bond intersects with topics in Photochemistry and Hydrogen.
His main research concerns Analytical chemistry, Infrared spectroscopy, Spectroscopy, Ionic liquid and Chemical physics. Michael D. Fayer combines subjects such as Relaxation, Polarization, Infrared, Molecular physics and Membrane with his study of Analytical chemistry. His Molecular physics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Dipole, Exciton, Excited state, Stark effect and Liquid crystal.
His Infrared spectroscopy research also works with subjects such as
Molecule together with Fluorescence anisotropy,
Ultrashort pulse together with Dynamics. His Spectroscopy study also includes fields such as
Monolayer that intertwine with fields like Picosecond,
Lipid bilayer and Vesicle most often made with reference to Tungsten hexacarbonyl. Michael D. Fayer studied Chemical physics and Molecular dynamics that intersect with Relaxation.
Michael D. Fayer mainly focuses on Analytical chemistry, Spectroscopy, Infrared spectroscopy, Ionic liquid and Infrared. His Analytical chemistry research incorporates elements of Dipole, Membrane, Relaxation and Anisotropy. His Spectroscopy study combines topics in areas such as Solvation, Solvent, Absorption spectroscopy and Tungsten hexacarbonyl.
The various areas that Michael D. Fayer examines in his Ionic liquid study include Chemical physics, Imide, Ion, Nuclear magnetic resonance and Diffusion. His work deals with themes such as Molecular physics, Exciton and Molecular vibration, which intersect with Infrared. The study incorporates disciplines such as Excitation, Quantum beats and Ground state in addition to Molecular physics.
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Water Dynamics: Vibrational Echo Correlation Spectroscopy and Comparison to Molecular Dynamics Simulations
John B. Asbury;Tobias Steinel;C. Stromberg;S. A. Corcelli.
Journal of Physical Chemistry A (2004)
Ultrafast Dynamics of Solute-Solvent Complexation Observed at Thermal Equilibrium in Real Time
Junrong Zheng;Kyungwon Kwak;John Asbury;John Asbury;Xin Chen.
Electronic excited state transport in solution
C. R. Gochanour;Hans C. Andersen;M. D. Fayer.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1979)
Dynamics of water probed with vibrational echo correlation spectroscopy
John B. Asbury;Tobias Steinel;Kyungwon Kwak;S. A. Corcelli.
Journal of Chemical Physics (2004)
Frequency-frequency correlation functions and apodization in two-dimensional infrared vibrational echo spectroscopy: A new approach
Kyungwon Kwak;Sungnam Park;Ilya J. Finkelstein;M. D. Fayer.
Journal of Chemical Physics (2007)
Testing the core/shell model of nanoconfined water in reverse micelles using linear and nonlinear IR spectroscopy
Ivan R. Piletic;David E. Moilanen;D. B. Spry;Nancy E. Levinger.
Journal of Physical Chemistry A (2006)
Excitation transfer in disordered two‐dimensional and anisotropic three‐dimensional systems: Effects of spatial geometry on time‐resolved observables
J. Baumann;M. D. Fayer.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1986)
Shocked molecular solids: Vibrational up pumping, defect hot spot formation, and the onset of chemistry
Dana D. Dlott;Michael D. Fayer.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1990)
Theory of vibrational relaxation of polyatomic molecules in liquids
V. M. Kenkre;A. Tokmakoff;M. D. Fayer.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1994)
Hydrogen bond dynamics in aqueous NaBr solutions
Sungnam Park;M. D. Fayer.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2007)
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