Femtosolid lab wins IMR seed grant to study surfaces in atomic spatial and femtosecond time resolution

September 30, 2015
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Prof. Chowdhury, in collaboration with Prof. Jay Gupta, won one of the three of this year’s Institute of Material Research (IMR) team building seed grant awards, to study intense field interaction of single atomic defect states on solid surfaces with atomic spatial and femtosecond temporal resolution with the help of a Scanning Tunneling Microscope (STM) coupled to a portable femtosecond laser.  More information on IMR seed program is found here.

More information on the Femto-Solid Laboratory directed by Dr. Enam Chodhury can be found here: https://u.osu.edu/chowdhury.24/