Making Precious Metals More Precious
Transforming Light by Nanostructured Materials
Making Ordinary Materials Extraordinary
Our research focuses on controlling materials at the 100-nanometer scale and investigating their size and shape-dependent properties. We have developed massively parallel, multi-scale patterning tools to generate hierarchical, anisotropic, and 3D hard and soft materials with applications in imaging, sensing, wetting, and cancer therapeutics.
The tailored spatial polarization of coherent light beams is important for applications ranging from microscopy to biophysics to quantum optics. Miniaturized light sources are needed for integrated, on-chip photonic devices with desired vector beams; however, this...
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- May 2021: Tad’s article, “Ultrafast Spectroscopy of Plasmonic Titanium Nitride Nanoparticle Lattices,” has been published in ACS Photonics.
- April 2021: Collaborative work between previous group members Jian Zhang, Won-Kyu Lee, and Dongjoon Rhee and Hangzhou Dianzi (University in China), “Spontaneous Formation of Ordered Magnetic Domains by Patterning Stress,” has been published in Nano Letters.
- April 2021: Priscilla’s recent publication, “Nanoparticle Shape Determines Dynamics of Targeting Nanoconstructs on Cell Membranes,” has been highlighted in the latest edition of JACS Spotlights article “The Hidden Role of Nanoparticle Shape in Biological Interactions.”
- March 2021: Teri hosted International Institute for Nanotechnology’s (IIN) Frontiers in Nanotechnology virtual mini-conference featuring exciting new research in nanophotonics, from biochemistry to energy and electronics.