We are in the Physics
Department at the Florida International University.
We are also in the Biomolecular
Science Institute (BSI).
11200 SW. 8th Street, CP204, Miami, FL 33199
Physics department, Florida International Univesity
Office: CP 227, Lab: CP 277
About the group:
Thanks for visiting our group website! We focuses on
Nanobiotechnology, Single molecule
cellular biophysics and Nano/Molecular electronics. We study the physical, chemical and biological properties of
nanoscale materials and systems, ranging from nanostructured
materials to small organic molecule, conducting polymer, and
biomolecules, individually or at small quantity. We also
investigate and detect these nanoscale materials in confined
nanoscale and also in complexed cellular environment at single cell level. We build and develop sophisticated instruments, especially hybrid SPM (STM, AFM and SICM)
systems to integrate mechanical, electrical, electrochemical
and optical methods. We also utilize various top-down and bottom-up
micro/nano fabrication techniques to fabricate novel devices. One goal of
our research is to discover and understand new physics phenomena,
properties and functions at nanoscale. The other goal is to transfer the
research discoveries into practical devices and tools, and new
applications that are relevant to promoting health and combating disease.
Recent Lab news:
Postdoc, graduate, and undergraduate opportunities
and positions available.(link)
2018/02, We have a group reunion at BPS annual meeting!
2017/10, Our group joined the newly estabilshed NSF ERC
2016/09, The group traveled to Orlando to attend Nanoflorida conference at
UCF. Namuna was awarded 2nd place at NanoFlorida 2016 on the Oral
2016/8, Namuna received FIU 2016 Dissertation Year Fellowship (DYF)!
2016/4, Namuna received second prize of the 2016 Physics graduate research competition!
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