Alex P. Gaiduk

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2008-2013 University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada 
 2014-2018 Molecular Engineering University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
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Gaiduk AP, Gustafson JA, Gygi F, et al. (2018) First-Principles Simulations of Liquid Water Using a Dielectric-Dependent Hybrid Functional. The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters
Gaiduk AP, Pham TA, Govoni M, et al. (2018) Electron affinity of liquid water. Nature Communications. 9: 247
Gaiduk AP, Galli G. (2017) Local and Global Effects of Dissolved Sodium Chloride on the Structure of Water. The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters
Gaiduk AP, Govoni M, Seidel R, et al. (2016) Photoelectron spectra of aqueous solutions from first principles. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Gaiduk AP, Gygi F, Galli G. (2015) Density and Compressibility of Liquid Water and Ice from First-Principles Simulations with Hybrid Functionals. The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. 6: 2902-8
Gaiduk AP, Ryabinkin IG, Staroverov VN. (2013) Removal of Basis-Set Artifacts in Kohn-Sham Potentials Recovered from Electron Densities. Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation. 9: 3959-64
Kananenka AA, Kohut SV, Gaiduk AP, et al. (2013) Efficient construction of exchange and correlation potentials by inverting the Kohn-Sham equations. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 139: 074112
Gaiduk AP, Firaha DS, Staroverov VN. (2012) Improved electronic excitation energies from shape-corrected semilocal Kohn-Sham potentials. Physical Review Letters. 108: 253005
Gaiduk AP, Staroverov VN. (2012) A generalized gradient approximation for exchange derived from the model potential of van Leeuwen and Baerends. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 136: 064116
Gaiduk AP, Staroverov VN. (2010) Communication: Explicit construction of functional derivatives in potential-driven density-functional theory. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 133: 101104
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