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Gregory Czap Physics Wilson Ho Focus: mK-STM. Development of single-molecule inelastic tunneling probes. Magnetic properties of single atoms and molecules.

Jen-ru Chen Physics Ilya Krivorotov Spin torque ferromagnetic resonance with magnetic field modulation.

Matt Bovyn Physics Jun Allard, Steven Gross Molecular motors and cellular transportation mechanisms.

Nicole Ing Physics Alon Hochbaum Electronic conductivity in biomimetic a-helical peptide nanofibers and gels.

Cody Combs Physics Suzanna Siwy Developing a high-throughput device for mechanically phenotyping and sorting cancer stem cells. This device will offer unique information on these rare cancer stem cells. Microfluidic channels, a high speed camera, and electrical measurements aid us in probing the elastic properties of these cells.

Alexandra Perebikovsky Physics Marc Madou Lab-on-a-CD; biological Microelectromechanical systems (bioMEMS).

Kate Rodriguez Chemistry Ara Apkarian Investigating the Raman scattering process of plasmonic nanoparticles, typically consisting of metallic nanospheres functionalized with a molecular Raman reporter; Chirality of plasmons and interference effects that arise between scattering processes of the metal and molecule; Polarization-resolved and intensity-dependent surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy.

John Houlihan Chemistry Ara Apkarian Manipulation of nanoparticles to fabricate enhanced magnetic field structures, electrical characterization of conductive polymers, and tip-enhanced raman spectroscopy by utilizing scanning electron microscopy and a nanomanipulation device.

Ryan Khan Chemistry Eric Potma Studying photo-induced force microscopy, combining mechanical force detection with optical microscopy.

Christian Kim Chemistry Wilson Ho Study of single molecule dynamics with sub-angstrom spatial resolution and ultrafast temporal resolution using a femtosecond laser-coupled scanning tunneling microscope.

Melvin Colorado Escobar Chemistry Alon Gorodetsky Development of infrared camouflage and reconfigurable biomimetic shapeshifter technology.

Brian Nguyen Chemistry Filipp Furche Dual fluorescence is phenomena where some molecules can emit different wavelengths of light depending on the polarity of the solution. I am developing electronic structure methods to predict these excited states properties for solvated molecules.

Peter Tieu Chemistry Xiaoqing Pan TEM and STEM characterization of material interfaces and transport properties.

Jessica Kelz Chemistry Rachel Martin Developing new solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance instrumentation by building the first triple-resonance switched angle spinning probe which will be capable of high resolution spectra for structure determination and selective reintroduction of information important to dynamics. This probe will be used to study protein-membrane interactions, specifically with proteins recently discovered in the Martin lab from carnivorous plants that have promise for impactful applications as non-toxic pesticides or as antimicrobials for medical devices.

Ilektra Andoni Chemistry Reg Penner Exploring the future of energy storage through use of nanowires as electrodes in batteries and supercapacitors. The project focuses on MnO2 which is a hybrid energy storage material that is capable of storing charge capacitively and Faradaically, as a change in the redox state of the Mn centers. The challenge is to prepare MnO2 nanomaterials that charge and discharge rapidly while also producing the highest possible energy density.

Bridgett Kohno Chemistry Vladimir Mandelshtam Theoretical and computational chemistry.










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