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Gregory Wurtz

Department of Chemistry and Physics
University of North Florida
Jacksonville, FL 32224
USA

Ph: 904.620.1168
Fx: 904.620.1989
Em: g.wurtz@unf.edu

Gregory Wurtz

Current Position

  • Assistant Professor of Physics, Department of Chemistry and Physics, University of North Florida

Background

  • Postdoctoral Research Associate, The Queen's University of Belfast UK, 2004-2007
  • Visiting Professor, The University of Mulhouse France, 2003-2004
  • Postdoctoral Fellow, Argonne National Laboratory USA, 2000-2003
  • Visiting Professor, The University of Technology of Troyes, France, 1999-2000
  • Ph.D., Physics/Nano Optics, The University of Technology of Troyes, France, 2000
  • M.S., Solid State Physics, University Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg France, 1995
  • B.S. Physics, University of Mulhouse, France 1994

Relevant Activities

  • Member of the CNM proposal evaluation board
  • General user of the CNM

Research Interests

  • Plasmonic materials
  • Hybrid nanostructures
  • Near-field optics and spectroscopy
  • Non-linear optics
  • Scanning probe microscopies

Goals

  • One of the missions of the CNM is to support basic research and develop advanced instrumentation for users around the world. As a consequence, this facility is a platform for exchanging knowledge and as such should lead to creating a unique pool of expertise. In this context my main goal would be to stimulate a strong dialogue with current users to maximize the impact of the collaboration in terms of scientific advance and exposure (publications, conferences) to both the scientific and local communities. Another component to the CNM's continuing development rests on its promotion to potential users whose concerns may overlap CNM's mission's statement. This interaction is critical for the CNM to stay in phase with current scientific and technical advances and would therefore represents an equally important goal.

 

 

 

 

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