Experimental Chemical Physics

Experimental chemical physics

Professor David Baxter's research is focused in the area of neutron scattering, with an emphasis on the development of new neutron instrumentation and the application of that instrumentation to important problems in materials research.

Professor Roger Pynn focuses on structures of complex fluids and biomolecular systems both in bulk and as films and membranes studied with neutron and x-ray scattering; magnetic structures of thin films and multilayers; and advanced neutron scattering instrumentation.

Professor Paul Sokol’s research focuses on the microscopic structure and dynamics of condensed matter systems using x-ray and neutron scattering techniques.

Associate Professor John Carini's lab concentrates on experimental studies of the dynamics of electrons in disordered materials and on waves in artificial structures.