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Molecular Electronics Local Probes of Nanoscale Systems Chemical and Biological Sensing Nanotube and Nanowire Electronics
 

  
Current Group Members


A.T. Charlie Johnson - Principal Investigator
Professor of Physics and Astronomy
Director, Nano/Bio Interface Center

Executive Editor, AIP Advances

Secondary Appointments:
Electrical and Systems Engineering
Materials Science and Engineering

Office: LRSM 112A
Phone: 215-898-6231
Email: cjohnsonphysics.upenn.edu
Web page: http://www.lrsm.upenn.edu/~nanophys/
Master's Degree in Nanotechnology: http://www.masters.nano.upenn.edu/

Jinglei Ping - Postdoc
Email: jpingphysics.upenn.edu
My research interests relates to the development of hybrid bio-nano sensors. Specifically, I am interested in RNA-functionalized graphene-based sensors.

Zhaoli Gao - Postdoc
Email: zhaoligphysics.upenn.edu
My research interests are CVD growth of large-domain single-crystal graphene and novel 2D heterostructures (gold nanoparticle/graphene, hBN/graphene, graphene/MoS2) and their applications in biosensing.

Zhao Mengqiang - Postdoc
Email: zmesas.upenn.edu
My research interests are ...

Qicheng Zhang - Postdoc
Email: qichengsas.upenn.edu
My research interests are ...

Carl Hugo Naylor - Graduate Student Email: naylorcsas.upenn.edu
My research is directed towards the growth and study of novel 2d in plane nanomaterials such as graphene and transition metal dichalcogenides. I plan to investigate the fundamental properties of these materials as well as applying them towards novel applications.

Ramya Vishnubhotla - Graduate Sutdent
Email: rvisas.upenn.edu
My work focuses on the development of biosensors with the use of graphene and hexagonal boron nitride.

Christopher Kehayias - Graduate Student
Email: ckehaysas.upenn.edu
My research involves using arrays of carbon nanotubes decorated with single-stranded DNA to detect the odor signatures of volatile compounds produced from a variety of analytes, ranging from single targets to real-life biological samples.

Inayat Bajwa - Graduate Sutdent
Email: inayat.bajwagmail.com
Iím interested in developing highly selective and sensitive biosensors that employ carbon nanotubes to detect analytes in their vapor form. I aim to explore how changes in the DNA sequence effect the selectivity of the biosensor..