- The Ringe Group tests its second science modules for the visually impaired
- Plasmonic oxide nanocrystal was chosen to be at Nano Letters cover!
- Elisabeth and Dayne were selected to attend to the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting
- New findings on metal oxide plasmonic nanocrystals get published in Nano Letters
- Thanks to Applied Physics Students!
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The Ringe Group has been making efforts to demonstrate and teach scientific concepts to the visually impaired people. Last year, The RG visited the Houston Lighthouse, a center for blind and visually impaired people, and presented 4 scientific modules (read the journal article … Continue reading
Recent findings about plasmonic oxide nanocrystals revealed the nature of coupling between their molecular vibrational modes of the native ligands and their material composition. A figure showing a cubic fluorine- and tin-co-doped indium oxide nanocrystals exhibiting plasmon-induced near field enhancement of infrared … Continue reading
Elisabeth Bianco and Dayne Swearer were selected as American delegates to the 67th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in Lindau, Germany this June. They are two of 400 students selected worldwide to be part of this prestigious conference and will be face-to-face … Continue reading
The Ringe group collaborated with scientist from UT Austin, UC Berkley, and Laurence Berkley National Laboratory to study tunable plasmonic doped metal oxides. The findings revealed the nature of coupling between moleculat vibrational modes of the native ligands and metal … Continue reading
A big thanks to the applied physics students that visited last weekend, and had a blast at the rodeo! See you all in the Fall!
Recruitment weekend went as smooth as planned at Rice University for the departments of MSNE and Chemistry, despite the rain chance. Prospective students were introduced to Rice university and Houston life. The Ringe Group was very involved in the process, … Continue reading
The departments of chemistry and MSNE arranged a visitation weekend at Rice University, where perspective students interact with professors and students to get a feel of the Rice life. The prospective students have one-to-one meetings with professors, activities with grad … Continue reading
Dayne Swearer participated at The Smalley-Curl Institute (SCI) Transdisciplinary Symposium, where he gave a presentation entitled “Aluminum Nanocrystals Decorated with Transition Metal Nanoislands as Antenna-Reactor Nanoparticles for Photocatalysis”. The SCI transdisciplinary symposium gives graduate students a forum for delivering oral talks in … Continue reading
Happy National Periodic Table Day!!
The Rice Chemistry Graduate Student Association organized an event called Buckyball, where graduate students had the opportunity to dress formal and enjoy some music. The event went very well for the Ringe Group members!