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Postdoctoral Scholars

  • Harsha Eragamreddy
    Harsha Eragamreddy

    Postdoctoral Scholar, Dionne Group, Stanford

  • Tom Hopper
    Tom Hopper

     Tom’s research deploys ultrafast optical and structural probes to visualize and manipulate energy flow in nanomaterials and their mesoscale assemblies.

    Postdoctoral Scholar, Lindenberg gp, Stanford

  • Wei Li
    Wei Li

    Wei researches controlling light and heat using engineered nanostructures for energy applications, including radiative cooling, thermal management, solar and thermal energy harvesting.

    Postdoctoral scholar, Fan Group, Stanford

  • Yin Liu
    Yin Liu

    Yin is attempting to use TEM based cathodoluminescence and EELS spectroscopy to explore exotic optical properties of 2D materials such as h-BN, which are attractive for applications in the quantum photonic sensing and communications. 

    Postdoctoral Scholar, Dionne group, Stanford

  • Ivan Moreno-Hernandez
    Ivan Moreno-Hernandez

    Ivan is interested in developing electrochemical methods to study the growth and etching trajectories of optoelectronic nanomaterials with liquid cell electron microscopy. This information could be used to improve the synthesis of nanomaterials required for photonic applications.

    Postdoctoral Scholar, Alivisatos Group, UC Berkeley

  • Zunaid Omair
    Zunaid Omair

    Zunaid is interested in the design and experiments on photonic thermodynamic cycles. His current and past research projects include radiative cooling, near-field electroluminescent cooling, and far-field thermophotovoltaics.

    Postdoctoral Scholar, Fan gp, Stanford

  • Ioannis Petrides
    Ioannis Petrides

    Ioannis is interested in the topological aspects of physical observables and, in particular, the transport properties of particles through dynamical media.

    Postdoctoral Scholar, Narang Gp, Harvard

  • John Philbin
    John Philbin

    John works at the intersection of theoretical chemistry, condensed matter physics, and computational material science to understand and develop the next generation of quantum materials. 

    Postdoctoral Scholar, Narang group, Harvard

  • Henrique Ribeiro

    My research focus in opto-electronic properties of 2D semiconductors materials mainly investigated by Raman and photoluminescence spectroscopy. I am currently investigating heterostrutures based on tmdcs and black phosphorus.

    Postdoctoral Scholar, Heinz Group, Stanford

  • Tristan Shi
    Tristan Shi

    Tristan is interested in exploring novel light-matter interactions in low-dimensional materials with ultrafast diffraction spectroscopies for efficient energy conversion and information storage applications.

    Postdoctoral scholar, Lindenberg gp, Stanford

  • Dayne Swearer
    Dayne Swearer

    Dayne is currently working on the synthesis of new luminescent nanomaterials and how to understand the degree to which atomic-scale variations in these materials influence the structure, stability, and optical performance.

    Postdoctoral Scholar, Dionne Group, Stanford

  • James Utterback
    James Utterback

    James' research focuses on visualizing the transport properties of energy carriers (charges, excitons, heat and ions) in material systems using ultrafast spectroscopy and microscopy

    Postdoctoral Scholar, Ginsberg Group, UC Berkeley

  • Davis Welakuh
    Davis Welakuh

    My research involves the control, modification and manipulation of material properties at the nanoscale by coupling strongly to individual photons of the electromagnetic field or just to the vacuum fluctuations.

    Postdoctoral Scholar, Narang Gp, Harvard

  • Rongfeng Yuan
    Rongfeng Yuan

    Rongfeng uses ultrafast microscopy and spectroscopy to investigate nanoscale energy transport in functional materials.

    Postdoctoral Scholar, Ginsberg Group, UC Berkeley