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Our lab focuses on applying scanning probe-based nanotechnology in nanostuctures design and properties investigation. We are developing a hybrid technique by combining scanning probe microscopy with optical spectroscopy to understand and predict the single-molecule processes at the nano-scale, including charge transfer, electron localization and generation, photoabsorption and photoemission, which provides new insights into the discover and design of new optical and electronic devices.

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Dr. Mahapatra!

Sayantan Mahapatra successfully defended his PhD dissertation. He will join Sir Fraser Stoddart group at Northwestern University as a Postdoc Fellow. Congratulations, Dr. Mahapatra!


The 82nd Physical Electronics Conference

Nan co-organized the 82nd Physical Electronics Conference with Prof. Dan Killelea at Loyola University Chicago on June 7-9, 2022. It was great for the Jiang group to gather in person again with other…


The Journal of Physical Chemistry C's cover story

Our work “Chemical Characterization of a Three-Dimensional Double-Decker Molecule on a Surface via Scanning-Tunneling-Microscopy-Based Tip-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy” is featured on The Journal of Physical Chemistry C‘s cover today! In this article, we studied…


Featured Article in the Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology A

Our new paper entitled “Characterizations of Two-Dimensional Materials with Cryogenic Ultrahigh Vacuum Near-Field Optical Microscopy in the Visible Range” has been published and prompted to a Featured Article in the Journal of Vacuum…