August 2023: Our new paper with the Rossky group at Rice which reports the use of machine learning to develop a simulation potential for PbS quantum dots was just published by J. Phys. Chem. Lett. You can check out the paper here!
July 2023: Congrats to Tanner and Kelly! A review article on transient absorption and 2D microscopy that they contributed to along with other members of the Center for Adapting Flaws into Features, a NSF CCI, just appeared in J. Phys. Chem. C.
June 2023: Our new article which reports the formation of strongly coupled states wherein electrons are shared between molecules and silicon nanocrystals is published by Nature Chemistry! This work is the product of a fantastic collaboration between our group and those of Ming Lee Tang at Utah, Lorenzo Mangolini at UC Riverside, and Joel Eaves at CU Boulder! You can check out a press release about the article here!
May 2023: We would like to welcome our incoming class of students for the 2023 CREATE summer research program! CREATE pairs students from Austin Community College with research groups at UT with whom they work to design and explore a research project.
March 2023: We would like to welcome Tai-Aji Alzona to the group! Tai is a UT Chemistry undergrad who will be working to explore new organic compounds for their potential to undergo photon upconversion. Welcome Tai!
March 2023: Congrats to Honghao who gave a presentation at the Spring ACS National Meeting on his working looking at how exciton delocalizing ligands impact energy transport in quantum dot solids. Awesome work Honghao!
March 2023: Chemical REsearch At TExas (CREATE), a research program that Sean created that brings community college students to UT, has been showcased by an article by UT's College of Natural Sciences! You can check out the article here!
March 2023: Congrats to Seth! His collaborative paper with the Page group investigating new photocatalysts for 3D printing was accepted by Angewandte Chemie!
January 2023: Congrats to Cam! Her collaborative paper with the Link, Landes, Rossky, and Dionne groups describing the use of plasmons to generate solvated electrons was just published by PNAS! This manuscript showcases some of the beautiful work that our group has been doing as a member of the Center for Adapting Flaws into Features, a NSF CCI! You can check out a press release for the paper here!