Time resolving imaging of fundamental photo-physical processes of photoactive materials

Time resolving imaging of fundamental photo-physical processes of photoactive materials

Internship Description

We propose to use four-dimentional scanning ultrafast electron microscopy (4D S-UEM) to take time-resolved images (snapshots) at the nanometer and femtosecond scales to provide real-space information on the fundamental photo-physical processes including exciton and carrier generation, separation, trapping, and recombination for several photoactive materials surfaces which are relevant to emerging photovoltaics technologies.​​

Faculty Name

Omar F. Abdelsaboor

Field of Study

Physical Chemistry