- Rice University opens after tropical storm, Ringe Group back in lab
- Elisabeth and Dayne are back from Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting
- Findings about single-atomic ruthenium catalytic sites for oxygen reduction
- Matthew Chagnot joins the Ringe Group for the summer!
- The Ringe Group receives an optical table
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The Ringe Group started a collaboration with Denis Boudreau from Université Laval, where galvanic replacement on nanoparticles will be studied. Josée Daniel-Richard, a PhD student from the Boudreau group, is visiting the Ringe lab for a short stay in the Spring of … Continue reading
The Ringe group plans on recruiting motivated PhD students in the departments of materials science and nanoengineering, chemistry, and applied physics! We are looking for students interested in the optical properties of 2D materials as well as structure-function correlations in … Continue reading
The Electron Microscope (EMC) user meeting and workshop will be held on January 25th-26th at Duncan Hall, Rice University. For this meeting, discussions and workshops on cutting edge research will be presented. The topics are: STEM tomography, atomic resolution STEM imaging of … Continue reading
Prof. Emilie Ringe and Eduardo Villarreal collaborated with professors Christy Landes and Stephan Link to investigate about “optimization of spectral and spatial conditions to improve super-resolution imaging of plasmonic nanoparticles”. The research focuses on how the interactions between fluorophores and … Continue reading
Congratulations to Eduardo, who passed his qualifier in the department of Materials Science and NanoEngineering! Eduardo successfully presented his research proposal about structural dependence of light-matter interactions via correlated optical-electron microscopy, where he studies and evaluates metal nanoparticles and transition metal dichalcogenides. … Continue reading
After more members joining the Ringe Group, lab areas needed to be redistributed… and places needed to be cleaned. For this reason, all the members of the group got together last Saturday to clean and organize the lab. As a … Continue reading
Houston is know to have a hot and humid weather most of the year. However, an amazing weather showed up for Houstonians. Prof. Ringe and Prof. Biggins took a break & worked outside at Rice graduate student bar, Valhalla!
The Ringe Group is proud to welcome two NSF graduate students fellows pursuing a PhD in Chemistry: Lauren McCarthy and Sarah Rehn! Sarah Rehn did her undergraduate studies at Boise State University, where she received a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry in … Continue reading
Findings about communicating science to individuals with visual impairments get published on Chem Educ
The Ringe group has been heavily involved in creating science modules and organizing events to help individuals with visual impairments (see here and here). Find more information about “Communicating Science Concepts to Individuals with Visual impairments Using Short Learning Modules” here.
Dr Sadegh Yazdi collaborated with members from both Jae-Hwang Lee and Edwin L. Thomas groups to study the dynamic creation and subsequent static evolution of extreme gradient nanograined structures in initially near–defect-free single-crystal silver microcubes. The findings were published in Science … Continue reading