Latest Group News:
We are pleased to welcome Dr. Brisendine as a Postdoctoral Researcher! In February 2018, he received his doctoral degree (Ph.D) from CCNY’s Physics Department. His thesis work was concerned with the information content, computational capacity, and charge transport properties of natural proteins, and he is fascinated by the connections between biology, computation, and energy transport. Dr. Brisendine will be working on modeling and optimizing the energy and charge transport properties of the group’s bio-inspired material systems.
We are pleased to welcome Pooja as our new Graduate student! Pooja is now enrolled for her doctoral program at the City University of New York under the mentorship of Dr. Eisele and has been part of The Eisele Research Group since April 2018. She is passionate about understanding the self-assembly processes and will be focusing on the self-assembly of peptides – light-harvesting materials.