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Matthias holds a PhD in Physical Chemistry from the University of Göttingen in Germany, and completed his postdoctoral research studies at the University of Alberta in Canada.
Matthias has over ten years experience in spectroscopy and quantum chemistry. His PhD thesis focused on conducting research on model systems for hydrogen bonding in methanol-based clusters and leveraged state-of-the-art computational strategies using local and explicit electron correlation methods. His research was successful in modifying the existing Jet-FTIR instrumentation, effectively doubling spectroscopic activity.
In his postdoctoral research through the University of Alberta, Matthias conducted research into chirality recognition in amino acid hydrogen bonding using a newly-constructed instrument for mass-selective laser spectroscopy at ambient and cryogenic temperatures.
His experience in data processing and scientific computations provides significant support for Chelsea Avondale's continuing development of natural hazard models.
Matthias is a well published scientific author having published 15 scientific papers, including 8 first authorships on a variety of subjects spanning the fields of chemistry and physics.
In addition to his PhD, Matthias holds both a Masters and Bachelors of Science in Chemistry from the University of Göttingen.