Explore the environmental impact of nano materials and the knowledge gaps associated with energy harvesting, scavenging, and storage.
Nanoscience Faculty Research
Dr. Tetyana Ignatova
Dr. Ignatova’s research interests and professional training are highly crossed-disciplinary, enabling a broad perspective on nanoscience. Her group works on experimental nanoscience of low dimensional materials, focusing on the physics of biosensing, spectroscopic intra-cellular imaging and nanofabrication for energy storage.
Dr. Sherine obare
dean & Professor
Dr. Obare’s research focuses on developing novel materials for the detection and remediation of environmental contaminants. She develops materials that are applied to catalysis for biomass conversion and alternative energy. Another area of research deals with chemical sensors and biosensors, and understanding the fate, transport, and toxicity of anthropogenic nanomaterials.