About David M. Jonas's Work
My group has demonstrated and developed femtosecond two dimensional Fourier transform spectroscopy as the optical analog of two-dimensional nuclear magnetic resonance. This technique has provided new windows into vibrational motions, electronic motions, and their coupling. Our group currently uses two-dimensional spectroscopy to study the fast electronic and vibrational motions required for efficient electronic processes in molecules, photovoltaic materials, and photosynthesis.
Awards and Achievements
Earle K. Plyler Prize (American Physical Society)
BOMEM-Michelson Award (Coblentz Society)
Ahmed Zewail Award (American Chemical Society)