About the Author
Chris Gray has an undergraduate degree in Engineering Physics from Queen's University (Ontario) and M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in theoretical physics from the University of Toronto. Following postdoctoral work at McMaster University he joined the Physics Department of the University of Guelph as Assistant Professor in 1969, and became Full Professor in 1977. Following retirement from teaching in 2004 he became University Professor Emeritus. His research interests haveincluded molecular physics, theory of molecular liquids, and atomistic biosimulations.Keith Gubbins is W.H. Clark Distinguished University Professor of Engineering at North Carolina State University. Previously, he was T.R. Briggs Professor at Cornell University 1976-1997, and joined the University of Florida, as a postdctoral researcher in 1962, leaving as a Professor in 1976. He held numerous visiting professorships throughout the world, and has won several major awards, including a Guggenheim Fellowship (1986-7), a William H. Walker Award (American Inst. of Chemical Engrs.,2000), and a Joel H. Hildebrand Award for research on liquids (American Chemical Society, 2007).Chris Joslin, is at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, UK, and has a D.Phil. in Chemistry from Oxford University, and an M.A., Natural Sciences, from Cambridge University.