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Milan Delor

Milan Delor

Milan's research focuses on visualizing and controlling the transport properties of energy carriers (charges, excitons, heat and ions) in condensed matter using ultrafast spectroscopy and microscopy.

Postdoctoral Scholar, Ginsberg Group, UC Berkeley

Carissa Eisler

Carissa Eisler

Carissa is currently researching engineering directional luminescence from nanocrystals for advanced photonic thermodynamic systems

Postdoctoral Scholar, Alivisatos Group, UC Berkeley

Stefan Fischer

Stefan Fischer

Stefan is investigating novel core/shell luminescent nanoparticles. His research focuses on the synthesis of different nanoparticles to tailor specific material properties and using in-situ electron microscopy including cathodoluminescence to study properties and interfaces. 

Postdoctoral Scholar, Dionne Group, Stanford

Johannes Flick

Johannes Flick

My research focuses on strong light-matter interactions. To describe these, we use a density-functional theory incorporating quantum effects of the light field & apply a method for strong-coupling of chemical systems in optical cavities, the single-molecule strong-coupling to plasmonic nanocavities, or correlated spectroscopy.

Postdoctoral Scholar, Narang Group, Harvard

Burak Guzelturk

Burak Guzelturk

I investigate charge transport in nanostructured materials and how this transport is coupled with the structural degrees of freedoms such as phonons. 

Postdoctoral scholar, Lindenberg Group, Stanford

Brent Koscher

Brent Koscher

Brent is interested in synthesizing and investigating highly luminescent materials at the nanoscale (i.e. quantum dots), and further exploring applications that become possible with such structures.

PhD Student, Alivisatos Group, UC Berkeley

Mark Lawrence

Mark Lawrence

Mark explores nonreciprocity and exploiting time asymmetric nonlinear optical processes to design and build nanoscale optical isolators and circulators

Postdoctoral Scholar, Dionne Group, Stanford

Michal

Michal Vadai

Michal developed light-coupled transmission electron microscopy for analysis of high-radiative efficiency nanoparticles and two-dimensional materials.

Postdoctoral Scholar, Dionne Group, Stanford