Paul Boyle's Personal Page
phone: (919) 515-7362
FAX: (919) 515-5079
Yep, that's me, your smiling crystallographer!
X-ray Home Page
in case you are interested in what I have done and do professionally.
Here is another version of my resume which emphasizes only computer
Post Doctoral Experience:
Intramolecular Motion in Crystals, Disordered Atom Distributions (1988-89)
Laboratory for mineralogical and chemical Crystallography
University of Bern
Advisor: Professor Hans-Beat Bürgi
Inorganic Chemistry (1988)
University of Minnesota
Twin Cities Campus
Advisor: Professor Louis H. Pignolet
Syracuse, New York
Undergraduate Research Advisor: Professor Clarence E. Pfluger
Aside from what I get paid to do, which is structure determination by
X-ray Crystallography, my interests are:
- Molecular motion in crystals
- Inter and intramolecular C-H...O hydrogen bonding in crystals
- Computer programming
- Developing the usability of Linux as a platform for
Personal Interests and Hobbies
Playing Guitar. I've been doing this for awhile. My tastes
tend toward blues, harder '60's and '70's rock, punk and grunge. Basically,
if it has loud fuzzy guitar and lyrics which are not too stupid, I like it
(ok, I like some songs with stupid lyrics also).
Hiking and Camping. I haven't done very
much of this lately. Being relatively new to North Carolina, I look forward
to exploring this state.
Being a Father. I have the coolest daughter a father could
ask for. My daughter's name is Freya, named after the Norse goddess of Love,
Beauty, Battle, and Magic.
Last Updated 23 April 2001