Group News
July 2016: Welcome to new group members Sihoon Moon and Dr. Mayank Puri!

June 2016: Ferry group receives support from ACS PRF!

May 2016: Congratulations to Ryan on his accepted paper in the Journal of Physical Chemistry C!

May 2016: VF presents an invited talk at the Electrochemical Society meeting.

February 2016: VF presents an invited talk at Photonics West.
















Welcome to the Ferry Group! 

Our research group focuses on the interaction between light and nanostructured materials. By tailoring the nanoscale geometry and environment, we control the propagation of light in subwavelength dimensions and create new materials with unique optical, electrical, chemical, magnetic, and thermal properties. These new materials find application in highly efficient solar cells with improved charge extraction, in tailored emission for solid-state lighting, and in the detection of nanoscale biological and chemical interactions.

We synthesize nanostructures using colloidal chemistry and top-down nanofabrication techniques, study their properties using nanoscale optical spectroscopy, integrate nanostructures into functional devices, and build understanding using complementary simulation and theory methods.  Our research is highly interdisciplinary, including aspects of chemical engineering, materials science, chemistry, physics, and electrical engineering.


Contact:  

Prof. Vivian Ferry
Assistant Professor
Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science
University of Minnesota
421 Washington Ave SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455

Email: veferryATumn.edu