Research Assistant, University of Notre Dame
Low-dimensional nanoscale electrchemical device for advanced sensing, analysis and therapeutics
Molecular transport and reactions within structures with nanometer size confinement can improve electrochemical analyses yielding enhanced sensitivity in a miniaturized platform. Recently, the rapid development of nanofabrication techniques has enabled the design and construction of advanced nanostructures to investigate the transport of charged molecules under nanoscale confinement and with electric field modulation. The ultimate goal of my research during PhD study is to develop the low-dimensional nanoscale electrochemical devices for understanding the behavior of ultrasmall collections of matter – down to a few molecules – and providing a roadmap to the design of advanced analytical and diagnostic platforms that will be required for future precision diagnostics.