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Jose Miguel Bautista, a graduate student, in the physics department, has joined our efforts and will focus on developing cavity-enhanced ultrafast spectroscopy. Welcome Jose!
Some more details of the photoemission machine can be found published in this SPIE conference paper.
After a long hiatus, Tom has finally gotten around to updating the research page with some of the latest developments and more figures.
After a long build, we have posted a paper about the performance of our 88 MHz XUV photoemission machine: http://arxiv.org/abs/1801.08124
Sneha Ramshanker, a high school student from Poland, completed a Simons Summer Research Program project in our lab. She worked on developing a high-speed lock-in spectrometer to be used in cavity-enhanced 2D spectroscopy. Sneha presenter her work in the poster … Continue reading
Scientific American interviewed Tom after the Discovery Prize and published a short summary. See the link below. https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/how-to-make-molecular-movies-scientist-thomas-allison-explains/
Jin Bakalis joins group. She did her B.A. and M.S. both in the CUNY system and now is a first year graduate student in the Chemistry department. Welcome Jin!
We have been awarded Stony Brook’s highly competitive $200k Discovery Prize. This funding will let us purchase a new electron analyzer for recording angle-resolved photoelectron spectra. A nice writeup from the University with videos is here.
Our first graduate student, Yuning Chen, has been selected to receive the prestigious Maria Tzamarioudaki fellowship for her academic and research excellence. She will receive $15K in support for calendar year 2017. Congratulations to Yuning!
Elena Pavlenko has now joined our research group as a postdoc. She earned her Ph. D. from the University of Potsdam. Welcome to Elena.