to Prof. Brown's biographical sketch, complete curriculum vitae
and expertise can be found here.
Office hours for Spring 2014:
1000 T, 1000 F or by appointment. Undergraduate advisees may e-mail for an appointment outside of office hours.
Prof. Brown is teaching Chem 622 in Spring 2014.
Willis F. Harrington
Chemistry and Biochemistry
239 Brown Laboratory
University of Delaware
Newark, DE 19716 USA
Telephone: (+1 302) 831-6861
Telefax: (+1 302) 831-6335
E-mail: sdb "at" udel.edu
Research Interests: informatics, multivariate statistical methods, process
analysis, analytical chemistry
My research is focused on the development of new methods for
and statistical analysis of data produced from chemical instrumentation, a
Most of my laboratory's current effort is directed to developing
data analysis methods relevant to process chemistry and chemical
and to biomedical analysis. Members of this research group work
with the collection and analysis of complex data and are exposed to
from a wide range of disciplines, ranging from geochemistry to
biology. Our usual practice is to apply our methods to real
provided by collaborators and by sponsors.
Please be aware that I have no openings for visitors or post-doctoral workers in my laboratory at this time.