Experimental work in our group addresses four major areas: (1) synthesis and characterization of novel nanoscale materials, (2) elucidation of their fundamental optoelectronic properties, (3) design and demonstration of functional nanoscale devices and integrated nanosystems, and (4) exploration of the interface/communication between biological systems and nanoscale devices. This research by is highly interdisciplinary, involving concepts and techniques from biology, chemistry, physics and the engineering sciences to achieve our goals.
O'Connor, T.; Panov, M.; Mereshchenko, A.; Tarnovsky, A.N.; Lorek, R.; Perera, D.; Diederich, G.; Lambright, S.; Moroz, P.; Zamkov, M. "The Effect of the Charge-Separating Interface on Exciton Dynamics in Photocatalytic Colloidal Heteronanocrystals." ACS Nano. 2012, Just accepted
Center for Photochemical Sciences
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