Dr. John Nobleman, after obtaining a PhD in Physics from Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland (2001), accepted Postdoctoral positions at the Department of Chemistry, University of Minnesota (2003), at the National Magnetic Laboratory, Florida State University (2004-06), and at the Department of Chemistry, Kansas State University (2010-11). Nobleman, while teaching as an Adjunct Professor, also pursued his master’s degree in Chemistry from the City College University of New York (2017). Dr. Nobleman lectured at the LaGuardia Community College, the City College University of New York, and Manhattan College, where he educated diverse backgrounds of students. Dr. Nobleman also continued his scientific research in the fields of a quantum computational approach besides experimental solid-state NMR Physics to study the molecular dynamics investigation of monomers, polymers, and biopolymers.

Dr. Nobleman has published 20 peer-reviewed scientific papers, participated in many conferences giving lectures at European and American Universities, reviewed four Ph.D. theses, and examined many technical patents. Nowadays, he actively collaborates with peer scientists around the world.

John Nobleman, PhD Professor, LaGuardia and City College University of New York, (CUNY), NY USA

Dr. John Nobleman, after obtaining a PhD in Physics from Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland (2001), accepted Postdoctoral positions at the Department of Chemistry, University of Minnesota (2003), at the National Magnetic Laboratory, Florida State University (2004-06), and at the Department of Chemistry, Kansas State University (2010-11). Nobleman, while teaching as an Adjunct Professor, also pursued his master’s degree in Chemistry from the City College University of New York (2017). Dr. Nobleman lectured at the LaGuardia Community College, the City College University of New York, and Manhattan College, where he educated diverse backgrounds of students. Dr. Nobleman also continued his scientific research in the fields of a quantum computational approach besides experimental solid-state NMR Physics to study the molecular dynamics investigation of monomers, polymers, and biopolymers.

Dr. Nobleman has published 20 peer-reviewed scientific papers, participated in many conferences giving lectures at European and American Universities, reviewed four Ph.D. theses, and examined many technical patents. Nowadays, he actively collaborates with peer scientists around the world.

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