Dr. Laurence Angel
Dr. Laurence Angel
Professor
Phone:
903-886-5391
Fax:
903-468-6020
Office:
STC 341

Professional Vita (PDF)

Doctor of Philosophy: Chemistry, 2000, “Reactions of Atmospheric Ions”

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Quantitative and Instrumental Analysis, Physical Chemistry, Advanced Analytical Chemistry, Instrumental Chemistry, Advanced Instrumental Analysis I and II, Advanced Research Techniques and Design I and II, General and Quantitative Chemistry I and II, General Chemistry Tutorial I and II, Undergraduate Research, Graduate Thesis, Chemical Science and Profession, Graduate seminar.

AWARDS

Texas A&M University-Commerce 2011 Provost Award: Research and Creative Activity

RESEARCH WEBPAGE

PUBLICATIONS WEBPAGE


RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

  • Developing ion mobility - mass spectrometry techniques for peptide and nanocluster research
  • July 2003 – Aug 2007, Research Assistant Professor, University of Nevada, Reno. Developed mass spectrometry techniques for chemical dynamics research.

EXTERNAL RESEARCH FUNDING

  • PI, National Science Foundation – Major Research Instrumentation Grant. CBET-0821247, Acquisition of a IM-Q-TOF Mass Spectrometer, $310,000, 2008-2011
  • Co-PI, U.S. Department of Energy Grant.TX-W-20090427-0004-50. Advanced Artificial Science. The development of an artificial science and engineering research infrastructure to facilitate innovative computational modeling, analysis, and application to interdisciplinary areas of scientific investigation. S. Saffer, Ph.D., (PI), Derek Harter, Ph.D., (Co-PI), Sang Suh, Ph.D., (CoPI), Laurence Angel, Ph.D., (Co-PI). $291,600, 2010.

INTERNAL RESEARCH FUNDING

  • PI, Research Enhanment Grant, Texas A&M University-Commerce, $17,506, 2010-2011
  • PI, Research Enhancement Grant, Texas A&M University-Commerce, $14,916, 2009-2010
  • PI, Integrated Research Proposal, Texas A&M University-Commerce, $30,000, 2008-2009
  • PI, Research Enhancement Grant, Texas A&M University-Commerce, $12,614, 2008-2009

COLLABORATORS

Touradj Solouki (Baylor University), DongWon Choi (Texas A&M University - Commerce) Characterization of the gas-phase and solution-phase behavior of methanobactin peptides.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

May 2013 - Present, Associate Professor, Texas A&M University-Commerce.

Aug 2007 – May 2013, Assistant Professor, Texas A&M University-Commerce.

July 2003 - Aug 2007, Assistant Research Professor, University of Nevada, Reno.

Sept.1999 – July 2003, Postdoctoral Research, Professor K.M. Ervin, University of Nevada, Reno.