Gerald Segal

Emeritus Professor of Chemistry
Office SGM 418 Office Phone (213) 740-7036


  • Ph.D. , Carnegie Mellon University, 1/1966
  • A.B. , Amherst College, 1/1956
  • Summary Statement of Research Interests

    Professor Segal researches the development of new theoretical approaches to the solution of the Schodinger Equation for the electronic and vibrational states of polyatomic molecules, and the application of these methods to problems of current interest. He has developed highly efficient computational methods for calculating fully correlated ab initio wave functions and energies for molecules of some size.

    • USC Raubenheimer Outstanding Senior Faculty Award, , 1986
    • USC Associates Award For Excellence In Teaching, , 1983