SEI Lead: Energy Minor
Our group is primarily a surface chemistry and physics group which focuses on the use of high-powered pulsed lasers, low-energy electron scattering, micro-plasmas, mass spectrometry and ultrahigh vacuum surface science techniques. We use this "tool-set" as well as some scattering theory to unravel the details of non-thermal processes occurring under a variety of non-equilibrium conditions. Our group is based upon an interdisciplinary approach and thus our research programs span the realm of fundamental investigations in molecular physics, surface physics and chemistry, bio-physics, bio-polymer formation under pre-biotic conditions as well as working in applied areas of relevance to analytical technique developments, atmospheric chemistry, catalysis and molecular hydrogen generation.
Electron and Photon Induced Chemistry on Surfaces Lab
Georgia Institute of Technology
Surfaces and Interfaces; Catalysis; Advanced Characterization; Hydrogen; Nuclear
Research Affiliations: Center for Bio-Imaging Mass Spectrometry, Center for Chemical Evolution