Scope of the research
The main research interests of Dr. Xomalin G. Peralta are to understand the physical and electromagnetic interactions between different wavelengths of electromagnetic radiation and both, material and biological systems,
The goal is to develop technologies that can improve current characterization and imaging techniques in various fields.
The research conducted is interdisciplinary and is primarily located at the intersection of:
Most Recent News from the Light-Matter Interactions Lab.
May 2017 - Guillermo Naranjo successfully defended his PhD dissertation.
May 2017 - Guillermo Naranjo presented his work at CLEO.
May 13 - Jason Giuliani attended the Honors Graduation Ceremony.
May 9-12 - K. Nash and G. Guisbiers presented our work on selenium nanoparticles at the ANGEL conference.
April 29 - Jason Giuliani participated in the MARC & Rise's Final Graduate Presentations.
April 28 - Guillermo Naranjo's abstract submission to the International Materials Research Conference got accepted.
April - Julio Urquidi got accepted in the MARC program.
April 11 - Guillermo Naranjo successfully presented his qualifying exam.