Jorge Seminario, with a multidisciplinary scientific background, is focusing his research activities on computational quantum materials science and quantum chemistry for the analysis, design and simulation of a variety of materials, especially for energy storage and utilization in electric vehicles. In addition to his expertise in electron transport and quantum molecular dynamics, he is widely known for his implementation of ab initio methods in molecular systems of interest in molecular electronics, nanomaterials, nanosensors, and nanocatalysts. He has developed software to obtain with chemical accuracy the electron transport behavior at the nanoscale, a very important subject, little studied and very necessary to design and propose more suitable materials for batteries. He has more than 250 publications, 7 published books and 2 patents. Dr. Seminario holds the Fox Professorship in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Texas A&M University and has joint appointments with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering as well as the Department of Materials Science and Engineering. Dr. Seminario earned the degrees of Bachelor of Science in Electronic Engineering, Master of Science in Physics, and Philosophy Doctor in Molecular Science.