19972020

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Biography

Toby works in the School of Chemistry at Monash University as a Lecturer

Toby's research areas of interest are:

  • Single molecule spectroscopy, time resolved fluorescence, energy transfer (FRET),
    annihilation phenomena, photon bunching and photon correlation.
  • In particular I am interested in:
  • Discovering the fundamental photophysical properties of new materials at the single molecule level.
  • Understanding how energy is transported around in multi-chromophoric dye molecules, polymer chains
    and nanoparticles
  • Using SM techniques to address biophysical problems such as protein folding, aggregation and
    conformational change.

Research area keywords

  • single molecule spectroscopy
  • time resolved fluorescence
  • energy transfer
  • photons

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