Postdoctoral Scholars

Charles Cherqui
Northwestern University, Schatz group
Theoretical study of nanoscale phenomena, specifically, I am interested in the properties of plasmon-photonic nanosystems and plasmonically-driven energy transfer. 
 
Cherqui@northwestern.edu | Group page

Yinsheng Guo
Northwestern University, Van Duyne group
My research focuses on coherent Raman spectroscopy and other ultrafast nonlinear spectroscopies.
 
yinsheng.guo@northwestern.edu | Group page

Sina Hamian
UC Irvine, Wickramasinghe group
Scanning probe microscopy, Tip-based thermal engineering, Tip-enhanced Raman spectroscopy, Photo-induced force microscopy (PiFM)
 
shamian@uci.edu | Group page

Rosina Ho-Wu
Northwestern University, Van Duyne Group

My research will be focused on the plasmon-driven electron transfer to small molecules by surface-enhanced raman spectroscopy and femtosecond-stimulated raman spectroscopy.

howu@northwestern.edu

Jie Li
UC Irvine, Wu group

First-principles calculations on molecules and surface

lij28@uci.edu | Group page

Khokan Roy
UC Irvine, Apkarian group

I am developing Stimulated Raman scattering (SRS) based methods to improve the Raman yield of a functionalized scanning probe microscope tip.  Also interested in surface enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) based methods to probe and visualize individual molecules.

khokanr@uci.edu

Hui Wang
UC Irvine, Wu group

Hui Wang obtained his PhD in materials physics chemistry  from Chinese Academy of Sciences, and now is a postdoctoral researcher of  Prof Wu group. His current research interests involve the electronic structure, vibration spectroscopy and manipulation of single molecule or single-atom catalysts on different substrates.

huiw2@uci.edu | Group page