Nick Williams Chemistry Graduate Student

Nick Williams

Nick Williams
Chemistry Graduate Student at The University of Chicago

S.M., University of Chicago, 2014
B.S., Chestnut Hill College, 2013

929 East 57th Street
Chicago, IL 60637 USA

L. Wang, N.P. Brawand, M. Vörös, P.D. Dahlberg, J.P. Otto, N.E. Williams, D.M. Tiede, G. Galli, and G.S. Engel, "Excitations Partition into Two Distinct Populations in Bulk Perovskites Adv. Opt. Mat. 1700975 2018

Lili WangPete DahlbergJohn OttoNick Williams

Paper Published   1/10/2018

Congratulations to Lili Wang, Pete Dahlberg, John Otto, Nick Williams as well as our collaborators in the Galli and Tiede groups on having their paper entitled, "Excitations Partition into Two Distinct Populations in Bulk Perovskites", published in Advanced Optical Materials.

Lili WangGraham GriffinAlice ZhangNick Williams

Paper Published   2/21/2017

Congratulations to Lili Wang, Graham Griffin, Alice Zhang, Nick Williams, and our collaborators in the Jordan Group on having their paper, entitled "Controlling quantum-beating signals in 2D electronic spectra by packing synthetic heterodimers on single-walled carbon nanotubes" published in Nature Chemistry.

Lili WangNick WilliamsJohn OttoDugan HayesRyan Wood

Paper Accepted   2/15/2017

Congratulations to Lili Wang, Nick Williams, John Otto, Dugan Hayes, and Ryan Wood along with our collaborators in the Guyot-Sionnest Group on having their paper entitled, "Scalable Ligand-Mediated Transport Synthesis of Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Perovskite Nanocrystals with Resolved Electronic Structure and Ultrafast Dynamics," accepted to ACS Nano.

Nick Williams

Fellowship   4/2/2014

Congratulations to Nick Williams on receiving an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship!

Po-Chieh TingSara MasseyNick WilliamsJohn Otto

New Graduate Students   1/1/2014

Welcome to Po-Chieh Ting, Sara Massey, Nick Williams and John Otto who have now formally joined the group as new graduate students!

John OttoNick WilliamsGraham Norris

Welcome   7/1/2013

Welcome to the new students working with us in the lab for the summer: John Otto, Nick Williams, and Graham Norris.