University of Wisconsin
Eau Claire

Stephen Drucker
Department of Chemistry

 Education and Professional Experience

Professor, UW-Eau Claire, 2009-present.
Associate Professor, UW-Eau Claire, 2004-2009.
Visiting Associate Professor, Purdue University, 2005.
Assistant Professor, UW-Eau Claire, 1998-2004.
Postdoctoral Associate, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1994-1998.
Ph.D., Harvard University, 1994.
B.S., University of Virginia, 1984.



    Structure and dynamics of molecular triplet states elucidated via cavity ringdown and
    phosphorescence excitation spectroscopies.

        Overview of research program.



        Latest Publications: Lowest Triplet (n,p*) Electronic State of Acrolein: Determination of Structural Parameters by Cavity Ringdown Spectroscopy and Quantum-Chemical Calculations [abstract] (2013); Lowest Triplet (n,p*) State of 2-Cyclohexen-1-one: Characterization by Cavity Ringdown Spectroscopy and Quantum-Chemical Calculations [abstract] (2013).

        Latest Poster: Computed Low-frequency Vibrational Modes of 2-Cyclohexen-1-one in Its T1(n,p*) State

(presented at the 44th Midwest Theoretical Chemistry Conference, June 2012).

        Talks [Abstract 1, Ppt 1, Abstract 2, Ppt 2] presented at the 68th International Symposium on Molecular Spectroscopy (June 2013).

 Teaching Interests

        General Chemistry and Physical Chemistry.

        Laser-based experiments for the physical chemistry laboratory.

        Chem 115 information


Stephen Drucker
Department of Chemistry

University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Phone: (715) 836-5390

Fax: (715) 836-4979
updated: Dec. 6, 2013