We use time-resolved spectroscopic techniques for the characterization of ultrafast processes in biomolecues, medically relevant molecules and nanomaterials.Learn More
Course developments with focus on experiential learning: advanced undergraduate laboratory, biophotonics course, service learning through science shows, UGA cubesat.Learn More
Laboratory internships for high school students and teachers, science shows for schoools, after-school and community programs.Learn More
Our research on the photophysics of the modified DNA base 2-thiouracil was published as an invited article in the PCCP special issue: Prebiotic Chemistry and the Molecular Origins of Life.
Science show performances by our service learning course "communicating science to diverse audiences" featured in the May issue of Discover UGA: Helping communities.
Small Satelite lab receives funding from NASA and the Air Force to build and launch two cubesats. The projects are featured in a UGA news release and the UGA front page.
Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602
P: (706) 542-0344