Mahesh Kumar Gangishetty
Research SummaryOrganic-inorganic hybrid materials, quantum dots, spectroscopy, and devices.
Optoelectronic Devices; LEDs and Solar Cells.
- Assistant Professor
- Hand Lab 3326
M.Sc. Chemistry, IIT (Indian Institute of Technology) Roorkee, India, 2010
Ph.D. Chemistry, University of Saskatchewan, Canada, 2017
Postdoc at Harvard University, Rowland Institute, 2020
The Gangishetty lab is interested in exploring a wide range of optoelectronic materials and devices for energy conversion applications. We aim to exploit the light matter interaction efficiently at the nanoscale using quantum confined structures (0D, 2D and 3D materials), plasmonic nanomaterials and hybrid (organic-inorganic) systems. We leverage our expertise in variety of techniques including X-ray absorption spectroscopy, time resolved spectroscopy, and electron microscopy to understand the structural, optical, and electronic properties at nanoscale and corelate them as a feedback loop.
Ultimately, we employ these materials, either independently or in combination with their organic cousins, in efficient devices for energy conversion such as light emitting diodes, photovoltaics, and photocatalysis.
More details on our science can be found in group’s webpage.
The lab is actively looking for undergrads, grad students and postdoc(s). Anyone who is passionate about the photons and wants to build amazing excitonic/optoelectronic devices please send your CV and your research interests including your experience to us.
Students with any background from Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Material Science and Physics are welcome to apply