Edmund Moses N. Ndip, Ph.D.

Edmund Moses N. Ndip

Ph.D., Texas Tech University
M.S., Oregon State University
Licence-es-Chimie (B.S.), University of Yaounde (Camaroon)
DESG (Dip General Science), University of Yaounde (Camaroon) 

Phone: (757) 727-5043
E-mail: edmund.ndip@hamptonu.edu

Dr. Edmund Moses N. Ndip, a past recipient of the Edward L. Hamm, Sr. Distinguished Teaching Award, is an associate professor in the Chemistry and Biochemistry Department. He has over two decades of postdoctoral degree teaching (chemistry) and research experience in low temperature molecular spectroscopy and computational chemistry/science applications to problems in chemistry and materials science. 

He has served as a visiting professor/scientist at the NSF Center for Photo Induced Charge Transfer at the University of Rochester in Rochester, New York; Summer Quantum Mechanics Institute Fellow at the CCMSI (now ICN) at Jackson State University in Jackson Mississippi; Department of Chemistry of the Eberly College of Science, Penn State University in State College, Pennsylvania; and Diversity Fellow at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University’s Chemistry Department. 

Research & Curricular Interests

Experimental Physical Chemistry - Laser Spectroscopy (materials characterization),Matrix Isolation Spectroscopy, Computational Chemistry - applications to problems in chemistry, biology and materials science; and Computer-Assisted Instruction.

Experimental Chemistry (Physical and Organic:

  • Design, Synthesis, and Laser Spectroscopic Characterization of Azo-, Imine-, and Vinylene-bridged Arylstyryl Heterocyclic Organic Semiconductors
  • Matrix Isolation Spectroscopy: Matrix isolation provides a convenient method for limiting the mobility of transient as well as reactive species long enough for them to be studied by any desired spectroscopic technique. Our interest in this area is in the combined use of matrix isolation infrared, time-resolved vibrational spectroscopy and nuclear magnetic resonance to study transient and reactive species. 

Computational Chemistry / Molecular Modeling Applications:

Our interests in this area are on the application of these techniques for the study of a variety of problems in chemistry and biology. We are applying these techniques to problems in a number of areas: the molecular and electronic structures and properties of various materials; theoretical investigations of organic reaction mechanisms and dynamics; structure activity relationships in natural products and other compounds with significant medicinal and biological activities. We are using ab initio, semi-empirical and molecular mechanics programs as well as Monte Carlo simulations for computation and visualization.

Representative projects: 

Computational Materials Science (Materials Science / Nanotechnology)

  • Molecular, electronic and nonlinear optical properties of furan, pyrrole, and thiophene-based organic semiconductors
  • Calculations of nonlinear optical properties of supramolecular donor-acceptor systems (Collaboration with Professor JaeTae Seo of the Physics Department). These types of materials have significant technological applications – electro-optic devices, telecommunications, quantum computing, etc.
  • Hydrogen bonding plays an important role in molecular self-assembly. We are investigating the quantitative role of the hydrogen bond in the aggregation process as well as developing structure - property relationships for multifunctional and multichromophoric materials. 

QSAR:

  • Design, synthesis, and theoretical studies of novel quaternary ammonium salts.
  • Anti-HIV and HEPT derivatives 

Organic Reaction Mechanisms:

  • Thermal and photochemical decomposition channels for a number of simple acids (e.g. propynoic acid). 

Curricular Activities, Teaching

  • Undergraduate Research (CHE 114, 214, 314, 315, 414, 415)
  • Organic Chemistry I, II (CHE 301, 302 - Laboratory and/or Lecture)
  • Physical Chemistry I, II (CHE 401, 402 - Lecture and Laboratory)
  • Molecular Spectroscopy (CHE 505) - Graduate
  • Advanced Physical Chemistry I, II (CHE 613, 614) - Graduate
  • Pre-Med Chemistry I, II (MSD 621, 622)
  • Thesis Research (CHE 650)
  • Modernization of Physical Chemistry Laboratory Curriculum with the introduction of experiments in laser and Raman spectroscopies using facilities at the Graduate Physics Research Center (GPRC).

Computer Assisted Instruction

Selected Publications

  • Theoretical Studies (Quantum Mechanical) of Furan-, Pyrrole-, and Thiophene-Based Organic Semiconductors” Courtney E. Dula, Gilda K. Sibedwo, Dawn E. Scott, and Edmund Moses N. Ndip, (manuscript in preparation for IJQC).
  • Edmund Moses N. Ndip, Manoj K. Shukla, Jerzy Leszczynski, Richard L. Redington “Theoretical Studies of the Ground-State Unimolecular Decomposition Channels of Propynoic Acid”, Int. J. Quant. Chem., 100 (5), 779 – 787, (2004).
  • Jerry Perlstein, Kevin Steppe+, Shai Vaday, and Edmund Moses N. Ndip, “Molecular Self – Assemblies. 5. Analysis of the Vector Properties of Hydrogen Bonding in Crystal Engineering”, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 118, 8433 – 8443, (1996).
  • "Chemistry of Waste Management - Manual", Edmund M. N. Ndip, Lamar University, Department of Occupational Health and Safety, Beaumont, Texas, July 1990.
  • Vibrational Analysis and Ab Initio Studies of Propiolic Acid.” Edmund Moses N. Ndip, Ph.D. Dissertation, Texas Tech University, August 1987.
  • "The Photochemical Transformation of Oxime Carbamates - Methomyl" P. K. Freeman, Edmund M. N. Ndip, J. Agric Food Chem., 1984, 32, 877 - 880.
  • The Photochemical Transformation of Oxime Carbamates – Methomyl.” Edmund Moses N. Ndip, M.S. Thesis, Oregon State University, December 198.

Abstracts / Contributed Papers

  • "Polarizabilities and hyperpolarizabilities of vinylene-bridged aryl styryl systems – substituents and extent of conjugation effects." Edmund Moses N. Ndip, and John M. McCormick,** Proceedings of the 92nd  Annual Meeting of the Virginia Academy of Science, Virginia Journal of Science,  Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA (May 15, 2014)
  • "Progress towards the synthesis of a series of TPA centrosymmetric vinylene-bridged aryl styryl heterocyclic D-pi-D systems." Michelle K. Waddell,# and Edmund Moses  N. Ndip, Proceedings of the 92nd  Annual Meeting of the Virginia Academy of Science, Virginia Journal of Science,  Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA (May 15, 2014)
  • "Synthesis and characterization of two-photon excited pyrrole derivatives" Dominique I. Covington, Dr. Edmund M. Ndip, Dr. Michelle Waddell#, Abstracts 19th Annual School of Science Research Symposium, Hampton University, Hampton, VA (April 17 – 18, 2014)
  • "Synthesis of 2,5-bis (p-N, N-diethylaminostyryl) furan (BESF)." Eve Reeves, Dr. Michelle Waddell, Dr. Edmund M. Ndip. Abstracts 19th Annual School of Science Research Symposium, Hampton University, Hampton, VA (April 17 – 18, 2014)
  • "Design of multichromophoric systems for molecular electronics" E. M. N. Ndip, N. Pandey, and K. Cole, Proceedings of the 91st Annual Meeting of the Virginia Academy of Science, Virginia Journal of Science,  Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA (May 23, 2013)
  • "Visualizing concepts in physical chemistry: A case study in physical chemistry"  E. Ndip, American Chemical Society Symposium on Practical Applications of Using Visualization Techniques in Chemistry, 244th American Chemical Society Fall Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA  (August 19, 2012)
  • "Measuring Student Comprehension of the Learning Objectives in Organic Chemistry Computations Experiments" M. K. Waddell, C. Bump, E. Ndip, G. Nwokogu, Proceedings of the 90th Annual Meeting of the Virginia Academy of Science, Virginia Journal of Science, Norfolk State University, Norfolk, VA (May 24, 2012)
  • "A DFT Study of the nonlinear optical properties of a series of heterocyclic azo- and imine-bridged organic semiconductors" Marcus L. Stephens, Angelique N. Kater, and Edmund Moses N. Ndip, Proceedings of the 20th Conference on Current Trends in Computational Chemistry, pg 121 – 125, Jackson, MS(2011)
  • "Design and theoretical studies of model centrosymmetric aromatic heterocyclic aryl styryl vinylene bidged systems for molecular electronics"  E. Ndip, C. Dula, M. Stephens, A. Kater, K. Cole, 63rd Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society (SERMACS), October 26 – 29, 2011, Richmond, VA
  • "Synthesis of TPA centrosymmetric vinylene – bridged aryl styryl heterocyclic d-p-d systems for molecular electronics"  M. K. Waddell, L. Brightful, J. Palmer, E. Ndip,  63rd Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society (SERMACS), October 26 – 29, 2011, Richmond, VA
  • "Calculational Organic Chemistry – A Supplement to Traditional Wet Chemistry Experiments."  Charles M. Bump, Edmund M. Ndip, Godson C. Nwokogu, and Michelle K. Waddell, Virginia Journal of Science, Vol. 62, No. 1 & 2, pg. 48 (Spring & Summer 2011)
  • TD-DFT study of furan and thiophene – centered donor – p- donor and donor  –  p  – acceptor dye band gaps" Marcus L. Stephens, Angelique Kater, (Edmund Moses N. Ndip) in 2011 Emerging Researchers (ERN) Conference in STEM, page A20 – A21, Washington, DC, February 24 – 26, 2011
  • "A DFT and Semiempirical study of benzothiazole donor – p – acceptor semiconductors" Marcus L. Stephens, Dr. Edmund Ndip, Hampton University School of Science 15th Annual Student Research Day Symposium, Hampton University, Hampton, VA. (February 19, 2010).
  • "Theoretical evaluation of the nonlinear optical properties of some centrosymmetric aromatic heterocyclic azo- and vinylene-bridged semiconductors" Marcus L. Stephens, Courtney E. Dula, and Edmund Moses N. Ndip, Proceedings 18th Conference on Current Trends in Computational Chemistry 2009, Jackson, MS., pg. 130 – 133.
  • "Theoretical Evaluation of the Nonlinear Optical Properties of Some Centrosymmetric Aromatic Heterocyclic Azo and Vinylene- Bridged Semiconductors" Marcus L. Stephens, Courtney E. Dula, and Edmund Moses N. Ndip, Proceedings of the 18th Conference on Current Trends in Computational Chemistry 2009, pg. 130 - 132 Jackson, MS
  • "Comparative Study of the Nonlinear Optical (NLO) Properties of a Series of Push-Pull Diarylaminostyryl Chromophores with Heterocyclic and Azo Bridges" Edmund Moses N. Ndip, Virginia Journal of Science, Vol. 60, No.2, pg. 80 (SUMMER 2009).
  • "Density Functional Theory Studies of Diarylaminostyryl Chromophores with Heterocyclic and Vinylene Bridges" Courtney E. Dula, and Edmund Moses N. Ndip, Virginia Journal of Science, Vol. 60, No.2, pg. 78 (SUMMER 2009).
  • "Theoretical Studies of Some Donor-p-Donor Heterocyclic Systems for Molecular Electronics" Courtney E. Dula, Shirnece Brown, and Edmund Moses N. Ndip, The Virginia Section of the American Chemical Society and the Department of Chemistry Undergraduate Research Poster Session 2009, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA.
  • "Theoretical Studies of Some Donor-p-Donor Heterocyclic Systems for Molecular Electronics" Courtney E. Dula, Dr. Edmund Ndip, Hampton University School of Science 14th Annual Student Research Day Symposium, Hampton University, Hampton, VA.
  • "Theoretical Studies of Some Donor-p-Donor Heterocyclic Systems for Molecular Electronics" Courtney E. Dula, Edmund Moses N. Ndip, IEEE & ACM Supercomputing Conference SC08 Education Program, Austin, TX
  • "Incorporation of Computational Chemistry / Science into the Undergraduate Chemistry Curriculum" Edmund Moses N. Ndip, Charles M. Bump,# Godson C. Nwokogu,# and Shanthi Paranawithana,# 236th Annual Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Division of Chemical Education, NSF Catalyzed Innovations in the Undergraduate Curriculum, Philadelphia, PA, August 17, 2008.
  • "Modular Approach of Nanophysics for Undergraduate Science and Engineering Curriculum Development" JaeTae Seo, Edmund Ndip, Jale Akyurtlu, and Ates Akyurtlu, March 08 Meeting of the American Physical Society, New Orleans, LA (March 11, 2008).
  • “Incorporating Computational Chemistry / Science into the Undergraduate Chemistry Curriculum” Edmund Moses N. Ndip, Charles M. Bump, Godson C. Nwokogu, and Shanthi Paranawithana, IEEE & ACM Supercomputing Conference (SC07) Education Program, Reno, NV (Nov. 10, 2007).
  • “A Comparative Study: Semi Empirical versus Density Functional Theory (DFT) Studies of Some Organic Semiconductors” Edmund Moses N. Ndip, Courtney E. Dula, Gilda K. Sibedwo, Dawn E. Scott, 7th Southern School on Computational Chemistry and Materials Science 2007, Jackson, MS (April 6, 2007).
  • “Computational Analysis of Pyrrole Based Compounds and their Use as Organic Semiconductors ” Dawn E. Scott, Dr. Edmund Ndip, 12th Annual School of Science Student Research Symposium, Hampton University, Hampton, VA, February 2007.
  • “Theoretical Studies (Quantum Mechanical) of Furan-, Pyrrole-, and Thiophene-Based Organic Semiconductors” Courtney E. Dula, Gilda K. Sibedwo, Dawn E. Scott, and Edmund Moses N. Ndip, Proceedings 15th Conference on Current Trends in Computational Chemistry 2006, pg. 46 – 48, Jackson, MS.
  • “Introduction of Nanotechnology to Undergraduate Engineering and Science Curricula – A Multidisciplinary and Modular Approach” Jale Akyurtlu, Ates Akyurtlu, JaeTae Seo, Edmund Moses Ndip, Proceedings of the ASEE 2006 Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, June 16, 2006.
  • “A Multidisciplinary and Modular Approach for the Introduction of Nanotechnology to Undergraduate Engineering and Science Curricula,” Jale Akyurtlu, Ates Akyurtlu, JaeTae Seo, Edmund Ndip, Proceedings of the 2006 International Conference on Engineering Education, San Juan, Puerto Rico, July 23 – 26, 2006.
  • “Theoretical Studies of AZT and AZT Analogues” Edmund Moses N. Ndip, 14th Conference on Current Trends in Computational Chemistry 2005, Jackson, MS., pg. 116
  • “A Theoretical Study of the Ground State Unimolecular Decomposition Channels of Propynoic Acid”, Edmund Moses N. Ndip, Shukla Manoj and Jerzy Leszczynski, 12th Conference on Current Trends in Computational Chemistry 2003, Jackson, MS., pg. 124-125.
  • “Theoretical Studies (Ab initio and Semi-empirical) of a Class of Anti-HIV Compounds – HEPT Derivatives” Ji Lim and Edmund Moses N. Ndip, in Proceedings: Virginia Journal of Science, Summer 2003, Vol. 54, No. 2, pg. 79
  • “Theoretical Studies of Precursor Amines of Novel Antimicrobial Quaternary Ammonium Salts” Juan Jimenez, Annick Charlotte, Sabrina M. Aponte, and Edmund Moses N. Ndip, in Proceedings: Virginia Journal of Science, Summer 2002, Vol.53, No.2, pg. 86.
  • “Design and Synthesis of Second Generation Benzalkonium Antimicrobial Amphiphiles” April Foust+, Edmund Moses N. Ndip, Richard D. Gandour, Hampton University Fourth Annual Research Symposium, Hampton, Virginia, (February 1999).
  • “The Synthesis of Bisazobenzenes” Knachelle R. Hodge+, Edmund Moses N. Ndip, David G. Whitten, Third Annual Research Symposium, Hampton, Virginia, (February 1998).

Professional Presentations

  • "Polarizabilities and hyperpolarizabilities of vinylene-bridged aryl styryl systems – substituents and extent of conjugation effects." Edmund Moses N. Ndip, and John M. McCormick, 92nd  Annual Meeting of the Virginia Academy of Science, Virginia Journal of Science,  Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA (May 15, 2014); [O]
  • "Progress towards the synthesis of a series of TPA centrosymmetric vinylene-bridged aryl styryl heterocyclic D-pi-D systems." Michelle K. Waddell, and Edmund Moses  N. Ndip, 92nd  Annual Meeting of the Virginia Academy of Science, Virginia Journal of Science,  Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA (May 15, 2014); [O]
  • "Synthesis and characterization of two-photon excited pyrrole derivatives" Dominique I. Covington, Dr. Edmund M. Ndip, Dr. Michelle Waddell. 19th Annual School of Science Research Symposium, Hampton University, Hampton, VA (April 17 – 18, 2014); [P]
  • "Synthesis of 2,5-bis (p-N, N-diethylaminostyryl) furan (BESF)." Eve Reeves, Dr. Michelle Waddell, Dr. Edmund M. Ndip. 19th Annual School of Science Research Symposium, Hampton University, Hampton, VA (April 17 – 18, 2014); [P]
  • "Theoretical Studies of the Nonlinear properties of Some Aromatic heterocyclic Bridged Systems for Molecular Electronics" Edmund Ndip, IEEE and ACM Supercomputing Conference, SC13, HPC Interconnections - Broader Engagement (BE) and High Performance Computing (HPC) Educators Program, Denver Convention Center, Lobby B, Denver, CO (November 16, 2013); [P]
  • "Design of Multichromophoric Systems for Molecular Electronics" E. M. N. Ndip, N. Pandey, and K. Cole, 91st Annual Meeting of the Virginia Academy of Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and  State University, Blacksburg, VA (May 22 - 24, 2013); [O]
  • "Design (Theoretical Studies, Synthesis, and Laser Spectroscopic Characterization of Aromatic Heterocyclic Aryl Styryl Vinylene-, Azo-, and Imine-Bridged Systems for Molecular Electronics" Edmund Moses N. Ndip, 18th Annual School of Science Research Symposium, Hampton University, Hampton, VA (April 18-19, 2013); [P]
  • "Visualizing concepts in physical chemistry: A case study in Physical chemistry" American Chemical Symposium on Practical Applications of Using Visualization Techniques in Chemistry, 244th American Chemical Society Fall Meeting, Philadelphia, PA. (August 19 – 23, 2012); [O]
  • "Measuring student comprehension of learning objectives in organic chemistry calculations experiments"  M. K. Waddell, C. Bump, E. Ndip, and G. Nwokogu, 90th Annual Meeting Virginia Academy of Science, Norfolk State University, Norfolk, VA, May 23 – 25, 2012; [O]
  • "Design and theoretical studies of model centrosymmetric aromatic heterocyclic aryl styryl vinylene bidged systems for molecular electronics"  E. Ndip, C. Dula, M. Stephens, A. Kater, K. Cole, 63rd Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society (SERMACS), October 26 – 29, 2011, Richmond, VA; [O]
  • "Synthesis of TPA Centrosymmetric Vinylene – Bridged Aryl Styryl Heterocyclic D-P-D Systems for Molecular Electronics"  M. K. Waddell, L. Brightful, J. Palmer, E. Ndip,  63rd Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society (SERMACS), October 26 – 29, 2011, Richmond, VA; [O]
  • "Calculational Organic Chemistry – A Supplement to Traditional Wet Chemistry Experiments."  Charles M. Bump, Edmund M. Ndip, Godson C. Nwokogu, and Michelle K. Waddell, 89th Annual Meeting of the Virginia Academy of Science, University of Richmond, Richmond, VA, May 24 - 26, 2011; [O]
  • "TD-DFT Study of Furan and Thiophene – Centered Donor – p- Donor and Donor – p –Acceptor Dye band gaps" Marcus L. Stephens, Angelique Kater, (Edmund Moses N. Ndip) in 2011 Emerging Researchers (ERN) Conference in STEM, page A20 – A21, Washington, DC, February 24 – 26, 2011; [O]
  • "A DFT and Semiempirical Study of Benzothiazole Donor – p – Acceptor Semiconductors" Marcus L. Stephens, Dr. Edmund Ndip, Hampton University School of Science 15th Annual Student Research Day Symposium, Hampton University, Hampton, VA, February 19, 2010. [P]
  • "Undergraduate Research: A Transformational Experience – Computational Science" 15th  Annual Student Research Symposium, Hampton University, Hampton, VA (February 19, 2010); [O]
  • NSF CWCS Workshop on Environmental Chemistry – "Modeling the Environment", Hampton University, Hampton, VA (May 25 - 29, 2009)
  • "Comparative Study of the Nonlinear Optical (NLO) Properties of a Series of Push-Pull Diarylaminostyryl Chromophores with Heterocyclic and Azo Bridges" Edmund Moses N. Ndip, Virginia Academy of Science 87th Annual Meeting, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA (May 28, 2009)
  • "Density Functional Theory Studies of Diarylaminostyryl Chromophores with Heterocyclic and Vinylene Bridges" Courtney E. Dula, and Edmund Moses N. Ndip,  Virginia Academy of Science 87th Annual Meeting, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA (May 28, 2009).
  • "Engaging Students in the Teaching / Learning Process" Hampton University 2009 Spring Educational Faculty Institute, Hampton, VA (May 12, 2009)
  • "Theoretical Studies of Some Donor-p-Donor Heterocyclic Systems for Molecular Electronics" Courtney E. Dula, Shirnece Brown, and Edmund Moses N. Ndip, The Virginia Section of the American Chemical Society and the Department of Chemistry Undergraduate Research Poster Session 2009, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA (April 24, 2009)
  • "Theoretical Studies of Some Donor-p-Donor Heterocyclic Systems for Molecular Electronics" Courtney E. Dula, Dr. Edmund Ndip, Hampton University School of Science 14th Annual Student Research Day Symposium, Hampton University, Hampton, VA (April 10, 2009)
  •  "Theoretical Studies of Some Donor-p-Donor Heterocyclic Systems for Molecular Electronics" Courtney E. Dula, Edmund Moses N. Ndip, IEEE & ACM Supercomputing Conference SC08 Education Program, Austin, TX (November 15, 2008)
  • "Incorporation of Computational Chemistry / Science into the Undergraduate Chemistry Curriculum" Edmund Moses N. Ndip, Charles M. Bump, Godson C. Nwokogu, and Shanthi Paranawithana, 236th Annual Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Division of Chemical Education, NSF Catalyzed Innovations in the Undergraduate Curriculum, Philadelphia, PA (August 17, 2008)
  • "Computational Chemistry Activities in the Chemistry Curriculum at Hampton University" Edmund Moses N. Ndip, SC08 Education Program Summer Workshop:  Applications of HPC, Grids, and Parallel Computing, NCSA ACCESS, Arlington, VA (July 26, 2008)
  • “Incorporating Computational Chemistry / Science into the Undergraduate Chemistry Curriculum” Edmund Moses N. Ndip, Charles M. Bump, Godson C. Nwokogu, and Shanthi Paranawithana, IEEE & ACM Supercomputing Conference (SC07) Education Program, Reno, NV (Nov. 10, 2007)
  • “A Comparative Study: Semi Empirical versus Density Functional Theory (DFT) Studies of Some Organic Semiconductors” Edmund Moses N. Ndip, Coutney E. Dula, Gilda K. Sibedwo, Dawn E. Scott, 7th Southern School on Computational Chemistry and materials Science 2007, Jackson, MS (April 6, 2007)
  • “Computational Analysis of Pyrrole Based Compounds and their Use as Organic Semiconductors ” Dawn E. Scott, Dr. Edmund Ndip, 12th Annual School of Science Student Research Symposium, Hampton University, Hampton, VA, (February 2007)
  • “Modeling the Environment” NSF CWCS Workshop - Environmental Chemistry, Hampton University, Hampton, VA (May 2006)
  • "Theoretical Studies of AZT and AZT Analogues", Edmund Moses Ndip, 5th Southern School on Computational Chemistry, Jackson, MS, (April 2005).
  • “Modeling the Correspondence Principle” Shodor Education Foundation National Computational Science Institute Workshop, Norfolk State University, Norfolk, VA (May 2004)
  • “Theoretical Studies of the Unimolecular Decomposition Channels of Propiolic Acid” Edmund Moses N. Ndip, Jackson State University NSF CREST CCMSI Summer Institute, Orange Beach, Alabama, (July 2003)
  • “Computational Science – Innovations in Teaching and Doing Chemistry” Edmund Moses N. Ndip, Shaw University, Raleigh, NC, (July 2003). (invited seminar)
  • “Teaching Chemical Kinetics with Models” Shodor Education Foundation National Computational Science Institute Workshop, Norfolk State University, Norfolk, VA (May 2003)
  • "Theoretical Studies of a Class of Anti-HIV Compounds, HEPT Derivatives", Edmund Moses Ndip, Ji Lim, 81st Annual Meeting of the Virginia Academy of Science, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, (May 2003).
  • "Theoretical Studies of Precursor Amines of Novel Antimicrobial Quaternary Ammonium Salts", J.C. Jimenez, A. Charlotte, S.M. Aponte, Edmund Moses Ndip, Proceedings of the 80th Annual Meeting of the Virginia Academy of Science, Hampton University, Hampton, Virginia. (May 2002).
  • “Overview of Computational Science” Edmund Moses N. Ndip, Seventh Annual School of Science Student Research Symposium, Hampton University, Hampton, VA, (February 2002)
  • "Impact of New Multimedia Technologies on the Theory and Practice of Instruction", Hampton University Technology Conference 2000: Closing the Digital Divide. Hampton University Convocation Center, Hampton, Virginia (November 2000).
  • “Design and Synthesis of Second Generation Benzalkonium Antimicrobial Amphiphiles” April Foust+, Edmund Moses N. Ndip, Richard D. Gandour, Hampton University Fourth Annual Research Symposium, Hampton, Virginia, (February 1999)
  • “The Synthesis of Bisazobenzenes” Knachelle R. Hodge, Edmund Moses N. Ndip, David G. Whitten, Third Annual Research Symposium, Hampton, Virginia, (February 1998)
  • Edmund Moses N. Ndip, “Molecular Self – Assemblies: The Role of Hydrogen Bonding in the Crystal Forming Process”, 1996 International Annual Symposium of the Center for Photo induced Charge Transfer, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, (July 1996)
  • "Vibrational Analysis of Propiolic Acid," Edmund Ndip and R. L. Redington, American Chemical Society Second Annual South Plains Section Chemical Research Symposium, Lubbock, Texas. (April 1987)
  • "Molecular Orbital Studies of Propiolic Acid," Edmund Ndip and R.L. Redington, American Chemical Society South Plains Section Second Annual Chemical Research Symposium, Lubbock, Texas. (April 1987)
  • "Vibrational Analysis of Propynoic Acid," Edmund Ndip and R. L. Redington, 40th Southwest Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Lubbock, Texas. (April 1984)
  • "The Photochemical Transformation of Oxime Carbamates - Methomyl" Edmund Ndip and P. K. Freeman, 36th Annual Northwest Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Bozeman, Montana. (June 1981)

Selected Professional Activities

  • Visiting Professor/Scientist, Department of Chemistry, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA. (Summer 2005)
  • Faculty Mentor/Fellow, NSF CREST Computational Centre for Molecular Structure and Interactions, Jackson State University, Jackson, MS (Summer 2003)
  • Visiting Professor/Diversity Fellow, Department of Chemistry, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia (Summer 1998)
  • Visiting Professor/Scientist, NSF Center for Photo-Induced Charge Transfer, Department of Chemistry, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York (Summer 1995, 1996, 1997)

Awards / Honors

  • Chair,  Chemistry Division of the Virginia Academy of Sciences ('12 - '13)
  • Vice-Chair,  Chemistry Division of the Virginia Academy of Sciences ('10  - '12)
  • SURA XSEDE Broader Engagement (BE) Fellow (SC11, SC12)
  • Recipient, Edward L. Hamm, Sr. Distinguished Teaching Award (2008)
  • ACS Hampton Roads Local Section Outstanding Achievement in Chemistry (Service) Award, (April 2005)
  • 2002 / 2003 America’s Registry of Outstanding Professionals
  • Acting (Interim) Chair, Department of Chemistry, Hampton University (August 2000-July 2001)
  • International Students Association-African Students Association Appreciation of Service Award. Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas(1988)
  • Robert A. Welch Foundation Predoctoral and Postdoctoral Fellowships, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Texas Tech University. (1982 - 1987)
  • Cameroon Government Scholar. (1982 - 1986)
  • American Chemical Society South Plains Section and Department of Chemistry Outstanding Achievement in Chemistry - Research. (1987)
  • American Chemical Society South Plains Section and Department of Chemistry Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award. (1986)
  • National Institute for Environmental Health / Oregon State University Environmental Health Sciences Center Research Fellow. (1980-1981)

Professional Affiliations

Review Panels

  • National Science Foundation
  • American Chemical Society
  • Research Corporation
  • Bank of America Trust