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Landes Research Group
Rice University
6100 Main Street MS-60
Houston, TX 77005
Christy's Office: Dell Butcher 352
Student Office: Dell Butcher 133
Lab: Dell Butcher 130
Lab Phone: 713-348-4437

Phone: 713-348-4232
Fax: 713-348-5155

Current Group Members


Principal Investigator

ChristyDr. Christy F. Landes: Research into advancement and application of single molecule spectroscopy  More »


Hao ShenHao Shen:  Instrument development for widefield setup. More »
JoeyJoey Tauzin: FCS on polyelectrolyte brushes More »
Sean CollinSean focused on developing microscopic optical techniques for studying electrochemical and catalytic processes on single metal nanocrystals. More »
Chayan DuttaI graduated from Presidency College, Kolkata, India with an undergraduate degree in Chemistry in 2009 and a Master of Science degree from Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India in 2011. I have worked on Two Photon Induced Fluorescence spectroscopy under the supervision of Prof. Debabrata Goswami during my master's project. I pursued a Ph.D. degree in Chemistry under the supervision of Prof. Alexander V. Benderskii at the University of Southern California and graduated in 2017. I joined Prof. Christy Landes' research group as a postdoctoral fellow in January, 2018. More »

Graduate Students

BenBen Hoener: Instrumentation and single molecule temperature dependence kinetic determination. More »
Wenxiao WangWenxiao Wang: Phase mask creation for 3D analysis of 2D images More »
Sudeshna ChatterjeeSudeshna Chatterjee: Single molecule FRET and wide field techniques More »
Nicholas MoringoNicholas Moringo: Single molecule interactions at interfaces and membranes More »
Charlotte FlateboCharlotte Flatebo: Size-exclusion and charge-dependent separations in chromatographic substrates utilizing various super-resolution imaging techniques More »
Rashad BaiyasiRashad Baiyasi: Modeling point spread functions based on interactions with plasmonic nanoparticle structures More »
Logan D. C. BishopLogan D. C. Bishop: Logan is a first year ph.d candidate in chemistry department. His research is focused on the application of machine learning to single molecule super-resolution microscopy. More »
anastasia Single protein interactions using wide field microscopy.  More »