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Arun Sharma

Educational Innovation

Class of 2017


Arun Sharma is an assistant professor of chemistry at Wagner College in New York City. He teaches general chemistry, physical chemistry and scientific computing courses. His educational interests are integrating research in his teaching and spreading computational thinking in all his courses. He has developed many inquiry-driven general chemistry laboratory activities for students and created a scientific computing course for freshmen. Additionally, he mentors high-school students in his research laboratory during the summer and introduces them to Mathematica and other computational chemistry programs. His scientific research interests lie in molecular dynamics simulations of reactive and nonreactive systems.

Computational Essay

Comparison of Equations of State for Gaseous CO2 »

Project: Coming soon

Wolfram Summer School | Champaign, IL, USA | July 3 29–July 22, 2022