LIGHT HARVESTING AND SENSING
August 16th 2018
The absorption of light by molecules and materials can occur via a number of mechanisms, with the pathways by which the material dissipates this incoming energy resulting in a variety of observable and quantifiable responses. We are particularly interested in the efficient conversion of UV radiation to lower energy blue light, where the non-radiative component of the dissipative process consumes enough energy to yield absorption and emission profiles with negligible spectral overlap. Materials with these properties amongst many others may find utility in luminescent solar concentrating devices. Contact us for more information regarding research positions or collaboration opportunities.
Contact us for more information regarding research positions or collaboration opportunities.