Megan is selected to receive a fellowship from the National Science Foundation. Congrats, Megan!
Congrats to Megan and Hongjun for publishing their work on spatially resolved 2DES in Optics Letters.
Hongjun, Pat, Tian, and Ken attend and present the group’s work at the ACS National meeting in Boston, MA.
Ken presents the groups work on metal nanocluster spin dynamics in ISSPIC 19 in Hangzhou, China.
Our paper on nanocluster dimer electron dynamics is published in the Journal of Physical Chemistry C. Congrats, Pat and Chongyue!
Ken gives an invited talk on ultrafast spectroscopy of metal nanoclusters at Foundations of Nonlinear Optics at Skidmore College.
Our paper on State-Resolved Dynamics in Metal Nanoparticles is published in Accounts of Chemical Research. Congrats to Tian, Pat, and Hongjun!
Our paper describing axial position localization is published in the Journal of the Optical Society of America B. Congrats, Tian!
Megan Steves and Will Jeffries join the group. Welcome, Megan and Will!
Our paper on variable-temperature, variable-field magnetic circular photoluminescence spectroscopy is accepted for publication in Optics Letters. Congrats to Pat and Utsab!
Our paper on ligand- and solvent-dependent carrier dynamics is published in the Journal of Physical Chemistry. Congrats to Chongyue, Hongjun, and Pat!
The Knappenberger group moves to Penn State!
Jeremy, Lenzi, and Tom receive their Ph.D. degrees during Spring commencement ceremonies. Congrats to Lenzi, Jeremy, and Tom!
Ken returns to Penn State to deliver the Harold Kohn Endowed Alumni Lecture.
Tom, Lenzi, and Jeremy successfully defend their dissertations. Congrats, Dr. Green, Dr. Williams, and Dr. Jarrett!
Jeremy accepts postdoctoral position with Andrew Dunn at UT-Austin. Congrats, Jeremy!
Lenzi accepts postdoctoral position with John Papanikolas at UNC-Chapel Hill. Congrats, Lenzi!
Ken is interviewed by the editors of Spectroscopy. He described our recent research advances using interferometric nonlinear optical imaging of single nanostructures. Read the interview online, here.
Our collaborative work with U. Chicago and AFRL, recently published in Advanced Materials, has been highlighted with a frontispiece!
Ken wins Coblentz Award in spectroscopy. Congratulations, Ken!
Utsab and Wolfgang join the group. Welcome, Utsab and Wolfgang!
Tian passes his oral candidacy exam. Congrats, Tian!
Hongjun completed the requirements to become a PhD candidate. Congrats, Hongjun!
Ken is at KU-Leuven as a Visiting Lecturer and giving a short course on Femtosecond Transient Spectroscopy.
Our recent article on plasmonic nanoparticle assemblies in collaboration with U. Chicago and AFRL has been accepted in Advanced Materials! Additionally, it has been recognized as a VIP (very important paper).
Pat completed the requirements to become a PhD candidate. Congrats, Pat!
Ken begins Visiting Professorship at Politecnico di Milano.
Tom and Jeremy win student awards at the 8th annual NanoFlorida Conference. Congrats Tom and Jeremy!
Chongyue Yi successfully defends his doctoral dissertation. Congrats, Dr. Yi!
Ken receives the 2015 Florida State University Developing Scholar Award.
Ken wins the 2015 Joseph Wang Award for Nanoscience.
Hongjun passes his oral candidacy exam. Congrats Hongjun!
Jeff Johnson joins the group. Welcome, Jeff!
Congratulations to Lenzi for winning Outstanding Poster Award at the 247th National ACS Meeting!
Lenzi, Chongyue, Jeremy, Tom, and Ken attend and present their work at the 247th National ACS Meeting in Dallas, TX.
Congratulations to Jeremy and Tom for winning Outstanding Poster Awards at the Southwest Regional Ultrafast Meeting.
Lenzi, Chongyue, Jeremy, Tom, and Ken attend and present their work at the Southeast Regional Ultrafast Meeting in Baton Rouge, LA.
Tian Zhao joins the Knappenberger group. Welcome Tian!