Physical Chemist, Soft/Bio Materials & Advanced Optical Facility, Center for Functional Nanomaterials
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Center for Functional Nanomaterials
P.O. Box 5000
Upton, NY 11973-5000
- Energy and charge transfer in 2D materials and quantum dots
- Ultrafast transient spectroscopy and microscopy, pump probe methods, single nanostructure luminescence spectroscopy,
- confocal optical microscopy (fluorescence, Raman and scattering dark field).
- 2D materials, nanocrystals, conductive polymers, synthesis and assembly methods
- ultrafast optical methods development.
-interfacial charge carrier and energy transfer in low dimensional semiconductors and related hetero-nanostructures.
-physics of devices based on low dimensional semiconductors including 2D Van Der Waals materials
-ultrafast pump-probe methods development.
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium, Physical Chemistry (Ph.D 2002)
- Brookhaven National Laboratory, NY, Center for Functional Nanomaterials (2007-on, since 2014 Scientist S4 with indefinite appointment)
- Stony Brook University, MSCE Department NY, Adjunct Professor and Lecturer (2010-on)
- Los Alamos National Laboratory, NM, Chemistry Division, Technical Staff Member (2006-2007)
- Los Alamos National Laboratory, NM, Chemistry Division, Postdoc (2004-2006)
- Harvard University, MA, Chemistry and Chemical Biology Department, Visiting postdoc (2003)
- Nanohybrid Structure Improves Efficiency of Light-Harvesting
- Mircea Cotlet Named One of Battelle’s “Inventors of the Year”
- Detecting light in a different dimension (2018)
- Understanding light-induced generation of currents in atomically thin semiconductors (2018)
Brookhaven Science and Technology Award 2020
Battelle Inventor for 2019
Director's Postdoctoral Fellow Los Alamos National Laboratory 2004
ultrafast lasers including regenerative amplifiers
ultrafast detectors including streak cameras
cryogenic optical measurements
time resolved data analysis