We gratefully acknowledge the following sources of research support:

 

2016-2020

National Institutes of Health, 2R01GM076324, PI: Reuben Peters (Iowa State); co-I's: Justin Siegel (UCD), Dean J. Tantillo

"Biosynthesis of (Di)terpene Scaffolds"

 

2016-2020

National Institutes of Health, 1R01GM110017, PI: Marcey Waters (UNC); co-I's: Michel Gagne (UNC), Dean J. Tantillo

"Investigation of Latent Free Energy in Noncovalent Networks"

 

2016-2019

National Science Foundation, CHE-1565933, PI: Dean J. Tantillo

"Modern Theoretical Carbocation Chemistry"

 

2016-2017

France-Berkeley Fund, FBF #2016-0061, PIs: Dean J. Tantillo & Fabien Gagosz (Ottowa)

"Experimental and Theoretical Mechanistic Studies on Gold Catalyzed Organic Reactions"

 

2017

National Science Foundation Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) Grant of Supercomputing Resources, CHE030089 (renewal), PI: Dean J. Tantillo

"Mechanisms of Bioorganic and Organometallic Cyclization Reactions"

 

2016

R. Bryan Miller Summer Fellowship, awarded to Nhu Nguyen

 

2015-2016

National Science Foundation Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) Grant of Supercomputing Resources, CHE030089 (renewal), PI: Dean J. Tantillo

"Mechanisms of Bioorganic and Organometallic Cyclization Reactions"

 

2014-2016

National Science Foundation, CHE-1361807, PI: Dean J. Tantillo

"Mechanisms of Complex Carbocation Rearrangements"

 

2015

DOD Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), PI: Dean J. Tantillo; co-PIs: M. Baik (IU), U. Tambar (UT Southwestern), D. Wild (IU)

"PREDICTOR - Predictive REaction Design via Informatics, Computation and Theories of Reactivity"

 

2014-2015

National Science Foundation Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) Grant of Supercomputing Resources, CHE030089 (renewal), PI: Dean J. Tantillo

"Mechanisms of Bioorganic and Organometallic Cyclization Reactions"

 

2013-2015

Petroleum Research Fund, American Chemical Society, 52801-ND4, PI: Dean J. Tantillo

"The Fundamental Nature of Sulfur---Lone Pair Interactions"

 

2010-2015

National Institutes of Health, 1R01AI80931-01A2, PI: Jared Shaw, UC Davis; DJT as subcontractor

"Chemical Studies in Bacterial Cell Biology"

 

2014-2015

Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need (GAANN) Fellowship, US Department of Education, awarded to Stephanie Hare and Henry Wedler

 

2014-2015

Professors for the Future Fellowship, UC Davis, awarded to Henry Wedler

 

2014

AcademicSenateResearchTravelGrant, UC Davis, PI: Dean J. Tantillo

"Travel to International Conference on Chemical Bonding, Kauai, HI"

 

2014

Summer Graduate Student Researcher Award Program, UC Davis, PI: Dean J. Tantillo, awarded to Nhu Nguyen

"Award for Engineering or Computer-Related Applications and Methods"

 

2010-2014

U.S. Defense Threat Reduction Agency, HDTRA1-10-0030, PI: Michael Gagne, UNC Chapel Hill; DJT as co-PI (along with Marcey Waters, UNC Chapel Hill)

"Discovering Structured Peptide Catalysis by Reactive Tagging"

 

2013-2014

Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need (GAANN) Fellowship, US Department of Education, awarded to Ryan Pemberton

 

2013-2014

Academic Senate Faculty Research Grant, PI: Justin Siegel, UCD; DJT as co-PI

"Integrating Research and Education to Develop Novel Tools for Enzyme Engineering"

 

2014

National Science Foundation Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) Grant of Supercomputing Resources, CHE030089 (renewal), PI: Dean J. Tantillo

"Mechanisms of Bioorganic and Organometallic Cyclization Reactions"

 

2010-2013

National Science Foundation, CHE-0957416, PI: Dean J. Tantillo

"Mechanisms of Complex Carbocation Rearrangements"

 

2013

Summer Graduate Student Researcher Award Program, UC Davis, PI: Dean J. Tantillo, awarded to Phillip Painter

"Award for Engineering or Computer-Related Applications and Methods"

 

2013

National Science Foundation Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) Grant of Supercomputing Resources, CHE030089 (renewal), PI: Dean J. Tantillo

"Mechanisms of Bioorganic and Organometallic Cyclization Reactions"

 

2012-2013

Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need (GAANN) Fellowship, US Department of Education, awarded to Brandi Hudson

 

2012-2013

UC MEXUS Dissertation Grant awarded to Osvaldo Gutierrez.

 

2012

National Science Foundation Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) Grant of Supercomputing Resources, CHE030089 (renewal), PI: Dean J. Tantillo

"Mechanisms of Bioorganic and Organometallic Cyclization Reactions"

 

2010-2011

Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need (GAANN) Fellowship, US Department of Education, awarded to Jason Harrison

 

2009-2011

Petroleum Research Fund, American Chemical Society, 49119-ND4, PI: Dean J. Tantillo

"Transition State Complexation in the Design of Hydrocarbon Rearrangements"

 

2011

National Science Foundation High-Performance Computing and TeraGrid Sites Grant of Supercomputing Resources, CHE030089 (renewal), PI: Dean J. Tantillo

"Mechanisms of Bioorganic and Organometallic Cyclization Reactions"

 

2010

National Science Foundation High-Performance Computing and TeraGrid Sites Grant of Supercomputing Resources, CHE030089 (renewal), PI: Dean J. Tantillo

"Mechanisms of Bioorganic and Organometallic Cyclization Reactions"

 

2009-2010

National Institutes of Health, 1R56AI080931, PI: Jared Shaw, UC Davis; DJT as subcontractor

"Chemical Studies in Bacterial Cell Biology"

 

2005-2010

National Science Foundation CAREER Award, CHE-0449845, PI: Dean J. Tantillo

"CAREER: Reactive Intermediate Promoted Polycyclization Reactions"

 

2008-2010

U.S. Civilian Research & Development Foundation and Russian Foundation of Basic Research Cooperative Grants Program, 15616, PI: Dean J. Tantillo (co w/ V. I. Minkin)

"Semi-Sandwich and Sandwich Polyacenes and Non-Classical Organometallic Heteropolyacenes with Hypercoordinate Main Group Centers"

 

2009-2010

Dissertation Year Fellowship, UC Davis, awarded to Michael Lodewyk

 

2008-2009

American Chemical Society Organic Division Graduate Fellowship, awarded to Matthew Siebert

 

2009

Summer Graduate Student Researcher Award Program, UC Davis, PI: Dean J. Tantillo, awarded to Rebecca Davis

"Award for Engineering or Computer-Related Applications and Methods"

 

2009

National Science Foundation High-Performance Computing and TeraGrid Sites Grant of Supercomputing Resources, CHE030089 (renewal), PI: Dean J. Tantillo

"Mechanisms of Bioorganic and Organometallic Cyclization Reactions"

 

2009

R. Bryan Miller Summer Fellowship, awarded to Michael Lodewyk

 

2008

National Science Foundation High-Performance Computing and TeraGrid Sites Grant of Supercomputing Resources, CHE030089 (renewal), PI: Dean J. Tantillo

"Mechanisms of Bioorganic and Organometallic Cyclization Reactions"

 

2008

Graduate Student Travel Award, UC Davis Graduate Council, awarded to Matthew Siebert

 

2008

Summer Graduate Student Researcher Award Program, UC Davis, PI: Dean J. Tantillo, awarded to Michael Lodewyk

"Award for Engineering or Computer-Related Applications and Methods"

 

2008

Summer Graduate Student Researcher Award Program, UC Davis, PI: Dean J. Tantillo, awarded to Young Hong

"Award for Engineering or Computer-Related Applications and Methods"

 

2006-2007

National Institutes of Health, 1R01GM076125, PI: Janis Louie, University of Utah; DJT as subcontractor

"Transition Metal Mediated Routes to Heterocycles and Carbocycles"

 

2007

National Science Foundation High-Performance Computing and TeraGrid Sites Grant of Supercomputing Resources, CHE030089 (renewal), PI: Dean J. Tantillo

"Mechanisms of Bioorganic and Organometallic Cyclization Reactions"

 

2007

Summer Graduate Student Researcher Award Program, UC Davis, PI: Dean J. Tantillo, awarded to Yong Hong

"Award for Engineering or Computer-Related Applications and Methods"

 

2007

R. B. Miller Fellowship for Excellence in Chemistry, UC Davis, PI: Dean J, Tantillo, awarded to Selina Wang

 

2007

Sloan Foundation Fellowship, awarded to Rebecca Davis.

 

2006

National Science Foundation High-Performance Computing and TeraGrid Sites Grant of Supercomputing Resources, CHE030089 (renewal), PI: Dean J. Tantillo

"Mechanisms of Bioorganic and Organometallic Cyclization Reactions"

 

2006

Summer Graduate Student Researcher Award Program, UC Davis, PI: Dean J. Tantillo, awarded to Matt Siebert

"Award for Engineering or Computer-Related Applications and Methods"

 

2004-2006

Petroleum Research Fund, American Chemical Society, 41257-G4, PI: Dean J. Tantillo

"Bioorganic and Organometallic Polycyclization Reactions"

 

2005

National Science Foundation High-Performance Computing and TeraGrid Sites Grant of Supercomputing Resources, CHE030089 (renewal), PI: Dean J. Tantillo

"Mechanisms of Bioorganic and Organometallic Cyclization Reactions"

 

2004-2005

New Faculty Research Grant Program 2003-2004, UC Davis, PI: Dean J. Tantillo

"Facilitating Catalyst Discovery by Ab Initio Reaction Design"

 

2004

National Computational Science Alliance (NSF Funded) Grant of Supercomputing Resources, CHE030089N, PI: Dean J. Tantillo

"Mechanisms of Bioorganic and Organometallic Cyclization Reactions"

 

2003-2004

National Computational Science Alliance (NSF Funded) Grant of Supercomputing Resources, CHE040005, PI: Pradeep Gutta (postdoc)

"Computational Study of the Cyclization of Farnesyl Pyrophosphate"

 

2003-2004

National Computational Science Alliance (NSF Funded) Grant of Supercomputing Resources, CHE040006, PI: Mihaela Bojin (postdoc)

"Supramolecular Stabilization of Biologically Relevant Nonclassical Carbocations"

 

2003-2004

National Computational Science Alliance (NSF Funded) Grant of Supercomputing Resources, CHE030042N, PI: Dean J. Tantillo

"Uncovering the Origins of Regio- and Stereoselectivity for Organometallic Reactions"