We are an experimental physical chemistry group working on single-molecule chemical dynamics. We develop new single-molecule- and single-nanoparticle-based methods for the study of complex systems. Our ultimate goal is to arrive at a level of understanding that affords a quantitative prediction of the dynamics and how they contribute to systems behavior.


May 1, 2014

Luis becomes a Ph.D. candidate.

April 29, 2014

Nyssa now is a Ph.D. candidate.

April 1, 2014

Congratulations to Luis, who was awarded an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship!

March 20, 2014

Kai Zhang (Ph.D. 2008) has accepted an Assistant Professorship offer from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Congratulations to him!

February 28, 2014

Our collaborative work with the Jhih-Wei Chu group on trajectory entropy has been accepted by J. Phys. Chem. Lett.!

February 27, 2014

Rebecca Pool has a nice Editorial, "Multi-resolution microscope reveals virus-cell processes in new detail," in the Microscopy and Analysis magazine.

February 25, 2014

George Dvorsky nicely wrote on the io9 blog, "Watch an artificial virus fighting to infect a cell."

February 25, 2014

Elizabeth Armstrong Moore reported from c|net a nice article, "Watch a virus-like particle try to enter a cell -- in 3D"!

February 25, 2014

Scicasts, Publico, Science Daily, and Nanowerk also reported our 3D multi-resolution work!

February 25, 2014

JWJ described our multi-resolution work in a nice report in Atoms Up, "The Invisible, Now Visible: New Technology Can Track Virus Sized Particles."

February 24, 2014

"Now in 3D: Video of virus-sized particle trying to enter cell," a nice news article by Catherine Zandonella highlights our multi-resolution visualization of cellular uptake, published on Princeton Journal Watch (with video) and EurekAlert!.

February 8, 2014

Nyssa's mechanodelivery paper, which describes a very simple and effective way of delivering quantum dots into cellular cytosol, has been accepted by Nanoscale. Congratulations to her!

January 14, 2014

Many congratulations to Kevin for his invention of multi-resolution real-time 3D imaging, to appear in Nature Nanotechnology.