Welcome to the Micro-Femto Energetics Wiki. This wiki facilitates the sharing of information related to the Micro-Femto Energetics Lab in the Department of Physics at Oregon State University.
We investigate energy production and transport at novel material interfaces. To resolve energy production, we require both sub-micron(<10-6 m) spatial and sub-picosecond (<10-12 s) time resolution. This enables us to effectively film the electron's journey from initial excitation until current generation. We apply our unique measurement tools to a host of emerging materials from 1D/2D nanostructure, organic photovoltaics to biological systems. Our goal is to understand and optimize the energy harvesting processes from the scale of molecules to bulk solar voltaics.
(Left to Right: Samuel Stephenson, Kyle McLelland, Matt Graham, Hiral Patel, Kyle Vogt)