We are a physics research group with skills in both experiment and theory, and interests that are both fundamental and applied. Our long term goals include a better understanding of the overlap between thermodynamics and quantum mechanics, and the construction of a model system for the investigation of clean energy harvesting. Our areas of expertise include carbon nanotubes, graphene, nanofabrication and in situ transmission electron microscopy.
Meet Chris Regan
Professor Chris regan is principal investigator of the Regan Research Group. Read more.
We investigate carbon nanotubes: their emissivity, optical conductivity, and thermal conductivity. Read more.
Undergraduate Gavin Carlson works on nanoscale samples in the lab. Read more.
From a recent talk: "Visualizing the invisible: microscopy of nanolamps and nanobubbles.” Read more.