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Ivan Pechenezhskiy
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===== Molecular Machines ===== ===== Molecular Machines =====
| [[research:molecular-machines|{{:research:cis.png?nolink&100 |}}]] | | Though historically difficult to control at a truly molecular level, NEMS (nano-electro-mechanical systems) have exciting potential to advance technological applications. With STM, we explore the physics of new bottom-up fabricated molecular structures whose electro-mechanical state can be remotely switched with light. Our goal is to assemble these structures into functional molecular machines. //[[research:molecular-machines|Read more...]]// | | [[research:molecular-machines|{{:research:cis.png?nolink&100 |}}]] | | Though historically difficult to control at a truly molecular level, NEMS (nano-electro-mechanical systems) have exciting potential to advance technological applications. With STM, we explore the physics of new bottom-up fabricated molecular structures whose electro-mechanical state can be remotely switched with light. Our goal is to assemble these structures into functional molecular machines. //[[research:molecular-machines|Read more...]]// |
-| ::: | | The mechanical oscillatory response of surface-adsorbed molecules are also within the scope of this project. The vibrational properties of molecules are typically probed via infrared and Raman spectroscopies. In our lab we have been developing new techniques referred to as IRSTM that combine infrared spectroscopy (IR) and STM. //[[http://physics.aps.org/articles/v6/101|Read more about our advances in this direction...]]// |+| ::: | | The mechanical oscillatory response of surface-adsorbed molecules are also within the scope of this project. The vibrational properties of molecules are typically probed via infrared and Raman spectroscopies. In our lab we have been developing new techniques, referred to as IRSTM, that combine infrared spectroscopy (IR) and STM. //[[http://physics.aps.org/articles/v6/101|Read more about our advances in this direction...]]// |
===== Spin-Polarized Nanostructures ===== ===== Spin-Polarized Nanostructures =====