Eisele Group

Light-Matter Interactions in Novel Nano-Structures

In the Eisele Research Group, we believe that frontier research can be accomplished best within a highly diverse, inclusive, and collaborative environment. From material design to synthesis and characterization, our multidisciplinary team combines chemistry, physics, materials science, and engineering to:

  1. design well-defined model systems for fundamental studies of solar energy harvesting, drug delivery and membrane fusion, and

  2. investigate the complex interplay between structural and optical properties in excitonic, plasmonic, and hybrid nanomaterial systems.

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Research Highlights

 
 
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Designing Nano-Scale Model Systems

Using microfluidic synthesis and supramolecular self-assembly, we design & synthesize well-defined, shape- and size- controlled organic, inorganic, and hybrid nano-structured model systems.

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Visualizing Nano-Scale Transport

We study energy- and charge-transport dynamics in excitonic, plasmonic, and hybrid nanomaterials with sub-diffraction optical spatial resolution using super-resolution microscopy.

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Ultra-fast Dynamics in NanoMaterials

To investigate how energy transport evolves over ultra-fast timescales, we utilize transient absorption and time-resolved fluorescence spectroscopy techniques.

 
 
 

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