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Scientific interests: photoexcited nanostructures and devices; the convergence of spectroscopy, microscopy and electrical transport; solar voltaics; near-field ultrafast plasmonics; femto-photocurrents

Assistant Professor (Fall 2013 - present) , Oregon State University, Department of Physics
the Micro-Femto Energetics Lab, principal investigator

Email: graham --AT-- physics.oregonstate.edu

Office: 375 Weniger Hall
Phone: (541)737-4386
Labs: 120, 122 & 139A Weniger Hall
Researcher Office: 143 Weniger Hall

Current Course Instruction:
- Spring: AMO Physics, PH 585
- Winter: Physics Orientation Course, PH 199
- Winter: Oscillations & Waves, PH 424, Paradigms in Physics
- Fall 2017: Atomic & Optical Physics of Semiconductors, PH 682
- Fall 2016: Physics of Nanoscience & Nanoelectronics, PH 673


Education & Training

-Kavli Postdoctoral Fellow (2010 - 2013), Kavli Institute at Cornell University & Laboratory of Atomic and Solid State Physics
-Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, Dec 2010, "Ultrafast Nonlinear Spectroscopy of Semiconducting Carbon Nanotubes" (35 MB)
-Hon.B.Sc., University of Toronto, 2005
Honors & Awards

- SPIE Rising Researcher Award from SPIE DCS, one of 10 Rising Researchers under 40 for 2017
- SSP National Starter Award, selected as the 2015 national recipient by the Spectroscopy Society of Pittsburgh
- Kavli Postdoctoral Fellowship, Kavli Instutue at Cornell for Nanoscale Science, 2010-13
- Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada Fellowships (NSERC PDF-Postdoctoral, PGS-Doctoral and Masters)


Selected PI Talks [full list of confernece presentations by ALL group members]

upcoming talks:
32 SPIE DCS- Ultrafast Bandgap Photonics III (org. committee), Orlando, FL
31. Ultafast Dynamics and Metastability Workshop (invited, udm.georgetown.edu ), Washington, DC

2017:
30.
20th EDISON, International Conference on Electron Dynamics in Semiconductors, and Nanostructures, Buffalo, NY
29. 72nd Northwest ACS Meeting (invited), Corvallis, OR
28.
231st Electrochemical Society Meeting (invited), Nanocarbons Division; 2D Material Photophysics, New Orleans, LA
27.
Materials Research Society, MRS Spring Meeting, Phoenix, AZ
26. Portland State University Physics Colloquium, Portland, OR
25. SPIE DCS- Ultrafast Bandgap Photonics II (invited keynote ), Anaheim CA
24.
Ultrafast Phenomena in Semiconductors (invited), SPIE Photonics West, San Francisco, CA
2016:
23. OMQ Symposium (invited, Center for Optical Molecular & Quantum Science), Eugene OR
22.20th International Conference on Ultrafast Phenomena, Santa Fe NM
21.
229th Electrochemical Society Meeting (ECS, invited), Nanocarbons Division, San Diego, CA
2015:
20. 6th Workshop on Nanotube Optics & Nanospectroscopy(WONTON), Kloster Banz Abbey, Germany
19.
Materials Research Society (MRS) Spring Meeting, San Francisco, CA
2014:
18. Reed College, Physics Department Seminar, Portland OR
17. APS New Laser Scientist Conference at FiO, Tucson AZ
16. Willamette University, Physics Department Seminar, Salem OR
15. International Conference on Coherent Multidimensional Spectroscopy, Eugene OR
Earlier:
14. University of Waterloo, Department Chem Physics Seminar, Waterloo, Canada, 2013
13. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department Physical Chemistry Seminar, Cambridge, MA, 2013
12. Colorado School of Mines, Physics Departmental Seminar, Golden, CO, 2013
11. UMass Amherst, ECE Departmental Seminar, Amherst, MA, 2013
10. Unviersity of Buffalo, Departmental Physical Chem Seminar, Buffalo, NY, 2012
9. University of Pittsburgh, Departmental Seminar, Pittsburgh, PA, 2012
8. Ultrafast Phenomena XVIII, Lausanne, Switzerland, 2012
7. Materials Research Society (MRS) Spring Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 2012
6. APS March Meeting, Boston, MA, US, 2012
5. 4th Workshop on Nanotube Optics & Nanospectroscopy(WONTON), Bordeaux, France, 2011
4. Ultrafast Phenomena XVII, Snowmass, CO, 2010
3. Ultrafast Phenomena in Semiconductors XIV (invited, SPIE), San Francisco, CA 2010
2. 3rd Workshop on Nanotube Optics & Spectroscopy(WONTON), Matsushima, Japan, 2009
1. Ultrafast Phenomena XVI, Stresa, Italy, 2008


Recent Prior Course Instruction:
- Statistical Thermophysics, PH641, graduate level statistical mechanics course (2014 -16)
- Periodic Systems, PH427, a Paradigms in Physics Course in QM and Solid State Physics Introduction (2014-16)
- Oscillations, PH421, a Paradigms in Physics Course (2014 -16)

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