Ivan Aprahamian was born and raised in Jerusalem. He received all his degrees (BSc-1998, MSc-2000, and PhD-2005) from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. His doctoral research was conducted under the supervision of Professors Mordecai Rabinovitz and Tuvia Sheradsky, and focused on NMR spectroscopic studies of alkali metal reduced polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. He then carried out postdoctoral research in Professor J Fraser Stoddart's Group at UCLA (2005-2008), where he focused on the synthesis of switchable and highly-ordered interlocked molecules in the form of bistable [n]rotaxanes. He joined the Department of Chemistry at Dartmouth College as an Assistant Professor in August 2008, and was promoted to Associate Professor with tenure in 2014, and Full Professor in 2019. See full CV

Awards and Recognitions
Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (2018)
Humboldt Research Fellowship (2017)
Liebig-College Visiting Research Professor (Germany) (2016)
Cram Lehn Pedersen Prize in Supramolecular Chemistry (2016)
Linda B. and Kendrick R. Wilson III 1969 Fellowship (2014)
Visiting Professor at Aoyama Gakuin University (Japan) (2014)
ACS Young Academic Investigators Award Symposium (2013)
Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry Early Excellence Profilee (2013)
NSF CAREER award (2013)
Dartmouth Junior Faculty Fellowship (2012)
Burke Research Initiation Award (2008)
Horowitz Scholarship for Outstanding PhD Students (2003)
Clara Klein Scholarship for PhD Students in Chemistry (2003)

Research Interests
Molecular switches and machines, proton relay, systems chemistry, fluorophores, sensors, materials science, self-assembly, crystal engineering, nanotechnology, physical organic chemistry

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