We synthesize novel inorganic nanomaterials (plasmonic nanoparticles, nanoparticle arrays, metal nanowires, etc.) and organic chromophore systems and study their properties using a suite of spectroscopy and microscopy techniques. Our experimental results are corroborated by computational and modelling tools, such as finite difference time domain methods and global and target analysis methods for time-resolved spectroscopic data.
The Photoconversion Materials (PCM) section is a highly interdisciplinary team, working at the interface of physics, chemistry, and materials science to understand fundamental mechanisms of light-matter interaction for light-energy conversion and optical sensing.
About the research section PhotoConversion Materials
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