Sadowsky, Daniel

Sadowsky, Daniel

Dr. Daniel Sadowsky
Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Division of Physical and Computational Sciences

Contact Information:

203F Fisher Hall

Degrees and Credentials:
Ph.D. Chemistry, University of Minnesota 2014
B.S. Chemistry, University of Delaware 2006
B.A. Music, University of Delaware 2006

Academic Focus:

Dr. Sadowsky teaches courses in general chemistry, environmental chemistry, and scientific computation.

Short Bio:

Before joining the Pitt-Bradford faculty in 2017, Dr. Sadowsky was an academic guest at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETH) from 2012-2014 and a postdoctoral researcher at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL) from 2015-2016. He lives in Bradford in a house that has been in his family for five generations.

Research, Accomplishments, and Publications:

Dr. Sadowsky works on the development of new computational methods for the study of aqueous solvation and the application of computational methods to problems in environmental science