David Grass
Research Associate

I'm a postdoctoral associate in the department of Chemistry at Duke University. My primary interests are light-matter interactions at the nano- and micro-scale. My main research focus at the moment is improving diagnosis of cutaneous melanoma with advanced microscopic methods (pump-probe microscopy). More broadly, I am also interested in optical levitation and it's application to fundamental physics, i.e. macroscopic quantum physics, as well as sensing.

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