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About Robin Selinger

Dr. Robin Selinger joined Kent State’s Liquid Crystal Institute as a professor in the Chemical Physics Interdisciplinary Program in 2005. She holds her bachelor’s, master’s and Ph.D. degrees in physics from Harvard University. Her research interests lie in theoretical/computational studies in liquid crystals and other soft materials. She works with molecular scale and mesoscale simulation techniques, and a major unifying theme throughout her research is the study of topological defects and their role in transport and microstructure.
Ph.D., Physics, Harvard University, 1989.
A.M., Physics, Harvard University, 1986.
A.B. Cum Laude, Physics, Harvard-Radcliffe College, 1984.


Present Professor, Department of Chemical Physics Interdisciplinary Program, Kent State University


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Contact Information

Phone: 330-672-1582
Office: Department of Chemical Physics,
Liquid Crystal Institute