Clark Chen

I joined the Van Duyne group in October 2017 after completing my doctoral research in the Koel group at Princeton University. My PhD research focused on establishing structure-function correlations for catalytic materials in the oxygen evolution reaction. I also investigated the surface chemistry of small molecules on semiconductor photocathode surfaces. My research in the Van Duyne group will focus primarily on the application of electrochemical tip-enhanced Raman spectroscopy in catalysis.

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  • Professor Richard Van Duyne

    Additional Information

    Discoverer of Surface-enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (1977)
    Inventor of Nanosphere Lithography (1995) & Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance Spectroscopy (2000)

  • Group Members

    Professor Van Duyne has, in his career to date, advised a total of 87 graduate students and 47 postdoctoral fellows. Every year, Professor Van Duyne gives a talk to introduce new graduate students to our research. The 2017 seminar slides are available here.

  • News

    Professor Van Duyne was recently named a Vannevar Bush Faculty Fellow by the U.S. Department of Defense to conduct "high risk, high payoff" basic scientific research. Read more here