Liliana Karam defended her thesis, "The Bio-Nano Interface: Investigating the Roles of Nanoparticle Morphology, Microstructure, Optical Properties and Surface Chemistry for Biological Applications" on June 7. Congrats Lili!
Congrats to our undergraduate researchers Kevin Cruz-Lopez and Michael Klaczko, who graduated this spring as Chemistry Majors. Good luck in Medical and Graduate School!
A new Maye Lab article published with our collaborator Dr. Micea Cotlet at Brookhaven National Lab focuses on energy transfer between Perovskite nano "dots" and "rods" with graphene. These new "solid-state all inorganic hybrids" have increased energy harvesting and exciton production properties, potentially leading to new classes of photovoltaics and photodetectors. For more, please see: https://tinyurl.com/y8jlg9eg
The Maye lab joins the newly formed Syracuse Soft & Living Matter group, with Prof. Maye being an executive committee member. The lab's work will contribute towards the Bioinspired Materials & Active Matter research thrusts.
The Maye group welcomes new Ph.D. student Hediyeh Zamani to the group!
Prof. Maye's patent on "Bioluminescence Resonance Energy Transfer between bioluminescent proteins and semiconductive nanomaterials" granted by USPTO.
Congratulations to Dr. Tennyson Doane, who has been hired by his alma mater Eastern Nazarene College as an Assistant Professor of Chemistry.
Prof. Maye's patent on core/alloy nanoparticles with stainless interfaces is granted by the USPTO.
The Maye group welcomes new Ph.D. student Emily Yerdon, who will be leading our studies in the ion exchange of perovskite nanoparticles.
Dr. Tenny Doane named Research Assistant Professor by SU Chemistry!
Lili, Laxmikant, Yuetian, and Tenny will present at NERM next week!
Thursday October 6 2016
47. Rationally controlling bioluminescence resonance energy transfer through modification of quantum rod-luciferase nanoconjugates. L.M. Karam, M.M. Maye
108. Oxidation resistant behavior of stainless Fe/FeCrNi core/alloy nanoparticles. L. Pathade, T.L. Doane, M.M. Maye
Friday October 7 2016
31. Self-assembly and characterization of two-color quantum rod-DNA origami conjugates. Y. Chen, T.L. Doane, M.M. Maye
418. Utilizing perovskite nanoparticles as both colorimetric assays of chemical reactions and halide reservoirs in catalysis. T.L. Doane, K.J. Cruz, L. Pathade, M.M. Maye
Laxmikant's study of oxidation in Fe/Cr/Ni nanoparticles accepted in the Journal of Physical Chemistry C!
The May lab will have seven presentations at this summers ACS National Meeting in Philadelphia.
Both Kevin and Yuetian awarded Best Poster Awards at ACS Colloids poster session!
Laxmikant Pathade, COLL 176: Oxidation behavior of stainless core/alloy nanoparticles
Congratulations to Dr. Alisha Lewis on successfully defending her Ph.D.!! She is the first IGERT fellow to defend at Syracuse University.
Alisha to defend her Ph.D. thesis on July 21st!
Tenny's new paper on using perovskite nanoparticles as colorimetric probes of chemical reactions and ions is published in ACS Nano!
Congratulations to Dr. Rabeka Alam (Ph.D. 2013) who will start as Assistant Professor at SUNY Geneseo this fall!