I am going to be developing a method of squeezed light induced two-photon absorption for the purpose of imaging biological samples.
Interests in working with light-matter interactions involving entangled light and computational nonlinear optics.
My research at JILA in the Jimenez Group is focused on understanding the nature (magnitude and mechanism) of entangled two-photon absorption (E2PA). By better understanding the nature of E2PA, I would like to develop strategies to employ entangled photons and other forms of quantum light in applied fields such as within the chemical and physical sciences.
My research is focused on the single molecule-single photon imaging of NanoLuc-furimazine complex. In addition, I am working on the development of bright and photostable red fluorescent proteins.