We are thrilled to welcome three new students to the group in the Fall 2023. Gauri Tripathi has joined us as a graduate student, and she will be working on protein-polymer interaction using smFRET. Adedamola Adebamiro (MS student in Bioinformatics) will be working on machine learning classification of single particle trajectories. Sahadev Bharath (Computer Science major) will be joining the group as a UAP undergraduate student. A warm welcome to all new members of the team.
July 2023: Just attended the Chemical Imaging Gordon conference at Stonehill College, Boston. I was fortunate to be the discussion leader for the "Imaging of Materials and Interfaces" session.
We welcome Dr. Anaranya Ghorai to our group as a postdoctoral researcher. Anaranya will spearhead the nonlinear spectroscopy project in our lab. Stay tuned for the exciting works ahead.
June 2023: We received the ACS Petroleum Research Fund Doctoral New Investigator (DNI) award. Thank you, ACS PRF, for supporting our research on the mechanism of phase separation at the interface.
May 2023: We are starting our first summer at GSU. Lots of exciting developments are underway, and we are beyond excited.
Thanks to Keairra and Karemma for this vintage click with their Polaroid.
05/08/2023: We welcome the newest member of our group Sydney Nguyen. Sydney is a senior Chemistry major pursuing her undergraduate degree at GSU.
05/05/2023: We present our first poster at the annual symposium organized by the Chemistry Graduate Student Association at GSU. Congratulations to graduate student Diyali and undergraduate student Edin for all the hard work in organizing the poster. Also, it was the graduation day for Keairra and Karemma, Congratulations to them on their big achievement.
05/05/2023: Congratulations to group members Keairra and Karemma on their graduation. Best wishes for a bright future.
August 2022: Welcome to graduate student Diyali Sil, and undergraduate students Edin Osmanbasic, Keairra R. Brown, and Karemma L. Brown to our group. Exciting days ahead.
We are co-editing a Collection titled “Current Methods in Non-linear Microscopy” in the Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE):
This collection is going to be co-edited by myself, Dr. Stephen Lee, and Dr. Christy Landes.
The purpose of the Collection is to offer a comprehensive overview of Current Methods in Non-linear Microscopy. Our goal is to provide a collection of video articles covering the latest developments in multi-photon non-linear microscopies. Here we intend to cover multiple experimental techniques on multiphoton microscopies, such as two-photon excited fluorescence (TPEF), Second-harmonic generation (SHG), Third harmonic generation (THG), Sum frequency generation (SFG), 2D- infrared (2D IR), Coherent anti-stokes Raman (CARS), Stimulated Raman scattering (SRS), Upconversion microscopy, etc.
If you are interested, please reach out to me (email@example.com) or submit an abstract here.
We are excited to begin operation in Fall 2022, stay tuned to know more and contact Chayan if you want to work with us.
Excited to announce that this picture won 3rd place in the Weiss School of Natural Sciences Scientific Image Contest 2021.
This image will be featured in Rice's annual magazine with a 1-page research highlight. Stay tuned.
Our recent article “Untying the Gordian KNOT: Unbiased Single Particle Tracking Using Point Clouds and Adaptive Motion Analysis” has been selected to be included in the upcoming Virtual Issue entitled, “A Venue for Advances in Experimental and Theoretical Methods in Physical Chemistry” in the Journal of Physical Chemistry A.
Presented in the South East Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, 2021 in the Magic City of Birmingham, Alabama.
Thanks to Dr. Kevin Welsher at Duke University for the opportunity and for organizing the "Single Molecule Approaches to Chemistry and Biology" session.
Presented at the Physical Chemistry Physical Biology 2021 virtual conference. Thanks to the organizers for this amazing opportunity to present here as a postdoctoral researcher among the accomplished speakers.
I talked about the novel three-color microscope I built for imaging and simultaneous tracking in complex environments. 3D tracking with ~30 nm precision has been achieved using phase-engineering methods.
Our recently published article in Nature caught some media attention for the right reasons. We know that interfacial water behaves differently. But if you ever wondered how interfacial water reacts in response to an applied electric field, check it out here. Also check out the media articles here, ScienceMagazine, PhysOrg .