Sara Sohail, John Otto, Ryan Wood, Marco Allodi, and Jake Higgins have had their paper entitled "DNA scaffold supports long-lived vibronic coherence in an indodicarbocyanine (Cy5) dimer" has been accepted to Chemical Science. The paper was written in collaboration with Joe Melinger, Paul Cunninghand and Youngchan Kim at NRL.
Congratulations to Ryan Wood on receiving his very real PhD at our virtual convocation.
R.J. Mazuski*, S.A. Díaz*, R.E. Wood, L.T. Lloyd, W.P. Klein, D. Mathur, J.S. Melinger, G.S. Engel, and Igor L. Medintz, "Ultrafast Excitation Transfer in Cy5 DNA Photonic Wires Displays Dye Conjugation and Excitation Energy Dependency", JPCL Accepted
R.E Wood, L.T. Lloyd, F. Mujid, L. Wang, M.A. Allodi, H. Gao, R.J. Mazuski, P.-C. Ting, S. Xie, J. Park, and G.S. Engel, "Evidence for the Dominance of Carrier-Induced Band Gap Renormalization over Biexciton Formation in Cryogenic Ultrafast Experiments on MoS2 Monolayers", J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 11, 2658-2666 2020
S-H Yeh, R. Hoehn, M.A. Allodi, G.S. Engel, and S. Kais, "Elucidation of near-resonance vibronic coherence lifetimes by nonadiabatic electronic-vibrational state character mixing", PNAS 116 18263-18268 2019.
L. Wang*, M.A. Allodi* and G.S. Engel, "Quantum coherences reveal excited state dynamics in biophysical systems", Nat. Rev. Chem. 3 477–490 2019.