Who are we? Recent Publications

Our group has broad interests in the interaction of optical, electric, and  magnetic fields with matter at small length scales. We work on new 3-D  fabrication methods, self-assembly, actuation, and propulsion. We have  observed a number of fundamental effects and are developing new  experimental techniques and instruments.

Holograms for acoustics

(Nature, 537, 518–522 (2016).)

Magnesium plasmonics for UV applications and chiral sensing

(Chemical Communications, 2016, DOI: 10.1039/C6CC06800F)

A loop-gap resonator for chirality-sensitive nuclear magneto-electric resonance (NMER)

(J. Chem. Phys. 145, 104201 (2016).)

Capture of 2D Microparticle Arrays via a UV-Triggered Thiol-yne "Click" Reaction

(Advanced Materials (2016).)

Research