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Michael Zerner

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Residence  U.S.
Name  Michael Zerner
Alma mater  Harvard University

Fields  Computational chemistry
Doctoral students  Marshall Cory
Michael Zerner Michael Zerner Professional Profile
Born  January 31, 1940 Hull, Massachusetts (1940-01-31)
Institutions  University of Guelph, University of Florida
Known for  ZINDO Quantum chemistry semiempirical theories
Died  February 2, 2000, Gainesville, Florida, United States
Institution  University of Guelph, University of Florida

Doctoral advisor  Martin Gouterman
Academic advisor  Martin Gouterman

Michael Charles Zerner (January 1, 1940 – February 2, 2000) was an American theoretical chemist, professor at the University of Guelph from 1970 to 1981 and University of Florida from 1981 to 2000. Zerner earned his Ph.D. under Martin Gouterman at Harvard, working with the spectroscopy of porphyrins. He conceived and wrote a quantum chemistry program, known as BIGSPEC or ZINDO, for calculating electronic spectra of big molecules. In 1996 Zerner was diagnosed with liver cancer, and died on February 2, 2000, survived by his wife and two children.


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