- Surface Science
- Nanomaterials and nanoscale processes
- Interfacial Chemistry
- Mass spectrometry
Scott L. Anderson
Nanoscale surface chemistry, catalysis, nanoparticle mass spectrometry, high energy density nanoparticle fuels, development of new techniques for nanoscale surface analysis.
Peter B. Armentrout
Mass spectrometry to study thermochemistry and dynamics of biological, environmental, organometallic and plasma reactions.
John C. Conboy
Analysis of protein interactions at solid/liquid and liquid/liquid interfaces usingnonlinear optical spectroscopies and electrochemical methods.
Peter F. Flynn
Biologically active macromolecules using a combination of NMR and biophysical methods to elucidate the origins of biological activity.
Joel M. Harris
Analytical methods using fluorescence and Raman spectroscopy for characterizing liquid/solid interfaces and nanostructured materials.
Shelley D. Minteer
Enzymatic bioelectrocatalysis, bioengineering, explosive sensing, biofuel cells.
Marc D. Porter
High-throughput methods, miniaturizing analytical instrumentation, FTIR, STM, AFM, SERS, electrochemistry, fluorescence microscopy, acoustic wave techniques, and spectroelectrochemistry.
Jennifer S. Shumaker-Parry
Nanoparticle synthesis and assembly, plasmonics, interfacial chemical analysis, fabricated nanostructures, surface plasmon resonance spectroscopy and microscopy, plasmon-based optical antennas, surface enhanced spectroscopy.
Henry S. White
Development of electrochemical methods for the analysis of electron-transfer events in biological and nanoscale domains.
Nanoporous materials, functional organic and hybrid organic/inorganic materials, nanoparticles, surface chemistry, dendrimers, anti-cancer agents, self-assembly, molecular recognition.
- Optical Spectroscopy
- Bioanalytical Chemistry
- Transport and Chemical Processes
- Information Processing
- Surface Chemistry
- µ-Total Analysis Systems/ Lab-on-a-Chip
- Materials Design for Alternative Energy
- Chemical and Biological Sensors