About this video
The interactions between light and matter have been widely studied for applications in energy, bioelectronics, and catalysis, among others. These applications are heavily reliant on precise synthesis and materials characterization in order to fundamentally understand the physics, chemistry, and biology that drive the observed phenomena. In this webinar, Lea Nienhaus, Raffaella Buonsanti, and Bozhi Tian discuss their efforts in studying light/matter interactions from different disciplinary backgrounds. In addition to their scientific insights, they will speak about their ongoing broader engagement with the scientific community and strong advocacy for mentoring, outreach, and science communication. Specifically, during a panel discussion, they will address how they have tried to keep engaged during this time away from the lab.