Dale Hammond Ph.D.

Professor of Chemistry, Emeritus, at Brigham Young University – Hawaii, Dr. Hammond became interested in using computers in the chemistry lab in 1990 after a meeting with Dr. John Amend, and was one of the original investigators in the Computers in Chemistry Laboratory Initiative (CCLI), an NSF funded initiative in 1992. Dr. Hammond was a founder of MicroLab, and was involved in the development of the MicroLab Data Collection System from day one. He led one-day and one-week workshops focused on computers in the laboratory, and made many conference presentations on behalf of the use of computers in chemistry laboratories.  Dr. Hammond has been recognized for distinguished teaching, and on his retirement he received Brigham Young University – Hawaii’s Distinguished Service Award.

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