Light scattering and organic electronics research group


Welcome to our Webpage! The group is headed by Prof. Suchi Guha.
We are an experimental condensed matter physics group with a focus on organic semiconductors and peptide nanocomposites. In particular, our focus is on molecular and organic electronics –field-effect transistors, solar cells/photodiodes, and tactile electronics. A new research direction is in the development of peptide nanostructure-based electronic materials for biosensing applications. Our research utilizes (a) optical spectroscopic techniques such as Raman scattering, photoluminescence/absorption, modulation spectroscopy, non-linear spectroscopy; (b) device fabrication methods such as spincasting, thermal evaporation, inkjet printing, modified pulsed laser deposition techniques, and self-assembly processes; (c) electrical characterization techniques such as current-voltage and capacitance measurements.

For more details, please see our research page.

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NSF-sponsored Midscale Research Infrastructure workshop -Precision Nanoscale Patterning and Characterization: From Cybernetic Proteins to Nanoengineered Quantum Devices (Aug. 5- 7, 2020) . More information is on the Website.

workshop poster

Our MRI proposal for the acquistion of an ultrafast amplified laser system was funded by NSF-ECCS in October 2018.
Check out out our ultrafast laser Webpage.

Check out the innaugral issue (Jan 2019) of ACS Applied Electronic Materials (SG serves as one of the associate editors).

US-Brazil Workshop on Biosensors: Bioanalytics to Device Integration (Nov. 8-10, 2017).


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This illustration shows a theoretical simulation of the distribution of polymer on peptide nanotubes and an electron microscopy image of the nanocomposite.