Welcome! We are a Materials Physics group. We study and explore optical, plasmonic and quantum properties of materials at the nanoscale. Currently, we are trying to understand the physics involved in the following material systems. Please refer to the "Current Research" page.  


- Strong coupling in metallic nanocavities 
- Condensation phenomena (plasmonic Bose-Einstein   
  condensates) in coupled metal nanodisc arrays
- Single photon emission from WSe2 and WS2 monolayers 
  and multilayers
- Photoluminescence and decay dynamics in solid-state 
  compounds containing rare-earth ions
- Phase transformations in carbon allotropes including 
  nanodiamonds     


Recent News
Sep 2017
  • Jinlin's work on line-width narrowing in gold nanodome arrays is published in ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces.
  • Taylor joins the Suh Lab as an undergraduate researcher, and becomes a CNM user at Argonne National Lab.  
July 2017
  • Suh gives an invited talk at META Conference at Incheon, Korea. 
Jun 2017 
  • Jinlin and Aeshah's work on harmonic generations from spiral MoS2 multilayers is published in Nanotechnology, and is selected as the cover issue. 
  • Graduate students, Nick Videtich and Kevin Bertschinger, join the Lab. Welcome! 
  • Undergrad student, Seth Nelson, joins the Lab. Welcome. 
May 2016
  • Our work on Au nanodome arrays in collaboration with Dr. Lee at Kyung-Hee University (in Korea) is published in ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces.    
  • Jae-Yong Suh receives Research Enhancement Fund (Seed Grant) from VP for Research Office at Michigan Tech.
  • The undergrad students -- Nick, David, Ben and Seth -- have joined the lab for their summer research. 
April 2016
  • The Suh Lab establishes a collaboration (through Open Campus) with Army Research Lab for the study of Super-radiance from metal-insulator-metal nanocavities.  
  • Aeshah has passed her Preliminary Exam, and become a PhD candidate. Congrats.