Thomas Green

Post Doc, Bionanophotonics, Department of Physics

I joined the Bionanophotonics group as a post doc in March 2018. My research in the group focuses on investigating the nonlinear optical properties of high-dielectric nanostructures. Previously, I completed my Ph.D. at Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida USA in 2016, where I studied the optical properties of quantum-confined metal nanoclusters using temperature- and magnetic field-dependent photoluminescence measurements as well as ultrafast pump-probe spectroscopy. Following my Ph.D. I took a position at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado USA where I used two-dimensional infrared spectroscopy to probe the vibrational coupling and ultrafast dynamics of aggregated organic dye molecules.

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