Li’s paper revealed charge carrier recombination and transport pathways as a function of excitation energy and stacking orientation. Great work Li! Thanks to Prof. Hua Chen in Physics for photocurrent simulations.
Colby developed an optically-detected electrochemical imaging technique to study Li-ion insertion processes in single nanoparticles. Optically detected cyclic voltammetry and chronoamperometry of single nanoparticles is quite different than nanoparticle clusters and the bulk.
Congrats to Li and Merranda! Their Perspective Article on Single Nanoparticle Photoelectrochemistry has been accepted for publication in J Chem Phys.
Congratulations to Michael on passing his candidacy exam and becoming a Ph.D. candidate earlier this week!
Justin was selected by the Research Corporation for Scientific Advancement as 2019 Scialog Fellow. Justin will participate in the 2019 Scialog: Advanced Energy Storage program.
Congratulations to group members Lacey and Christy for both passing their thesis defense and graduating with their Masters! Good luck to you both!
Check out this article from SOURCE that highlights the group’s recent work that was published in PNAS! Thanks to group member Steven Marquez for the fantastic photograph featured in the article. And another congratulations to Colby, Christy, and Austin for their work on the paper!
This article was also posted to Phys.org
Congratulations Li on getting your paper accepted into ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. Go check out his work on improving the photoelectrochemical performance of MoSe2 photoelectrodes through laser annealing.
Congratulations to Colby for his paper on electrochromic nanoparticle dynamics being accepted to PNAS.
Congratulations to Li Wang for his work on transition metal dichalcogenides and using them to create efficient ultrathin liquid junction photovoltaics being accepted to Nano Letters!