Our research program is focused on molecular phenomena in mesoscopic devices including photonic and plasmonic materials. We develop mathematical theories and computational models to simulate energy conversion, charge transport, and light propagation in hybrid condensed-phase molecular materials for application in the energy, materials, and biochemical sciences.
Hybrid molecular-photonic excited-states for energy conversion and charge transport control
Mesoscale reaction dynamics on quantum materials
Density functional theory approaches to multiple-scale dynamics
Each of these projects is motivated by specific questions with connections to state-of-the-art experiments in chemical physics, nanoscience, and condensed-matter physics. Our purpose is not only to explain puzzling experimental data, or predict new phenomena but also to find unifying principles applicable to molecular dynamics in exotic quantum environments. In this way, we hope to contribute to the design of materials with enhanced and controllable energy and charge transport, catalytic activity, and optical response.