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T.J. Mountziaris

Department Head and Professor

Synthesis and Functionalization of Nanostructured Photonic Materials, Novel Optical Biosensors based on ZnSe Nanocrystals, Metalorganic Vapor-Phase Epitaxy of Compound Semiconductors, Multi-scale Models of Reaction-Transport Processes, Gas-Particle Flows and Granular Flows

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Academic Background

  • Diploma Aristotle University, Greece, 1982 (with highest honors)
  • MA Princeton University, 1983.
  • PhD Princeton University, 1989.
  • Postdoctoral Training: University of Minnesota
Wang J, Mountziaris TJ, “Homogeneous Immunoassays based on Fluorescence Emission Intensity Variations of Zinc Selenide Quantum Dot Sensors,” Biosensors & Bioelectronics, in press (2012).
Singh T, Mountziaris TJ, Maroudas D, “First-principles theoretical analysis of transition-metal doping of ZnSe quantum dots,” Journal of Applied Physics, 112 (2), 024301 (2012).
Singh T, Mountziaris TJ, Maroudas D, “Transition-Metal Doping of Small Cadmium Selenide Clusters,” Applied Physics Letters, 100(5), Article No. 053105 (2012).
Wang J, Lei P, Andreadis ST, Mountziaris TJ, “Detection of DNA Hybridization via Fluorescence Intensity Variations of ZnSe-DNA Quantum Dot Biosensors,” Analytical Letters, 45, 227–241 (2012).
Pandey SC, Mountziaris TJ, Maroudas D, “Compositional Effects on the Electronic Structure of ZnSe1-xSx Ternary Quantum Dots,” Applied Physics Letters, 99(10), Article No. 101902 (2011).
Kuriyedath SR, Kostova B, Kevrekidis IG, Mountziaris TJ, “Lattice Monte Carlo Simulation of Semiconductor Nanocrystal Synthesis in Microemulsion Droplets,” Langmuir, 2010, 26(13), 11355-11362.
 
Contact Info

Chemical Engineering
159 Goessmann Laboratory
686 North Pleasant Street
Amherst, MA 01003

(413) 545-2507
tjm@ecs.umass.edu

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