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Andrew P. Shreve

CNLS Executive Committee Member
CINT/CNLS

Andrew Shreve

Office: TA-3, Bldg. 1420, Rm 1119
Mail Stop: K771
Phone: (505) 667-6933
Fax: (505) 665-9224

shreve @ lanl.gov



Biomolecular Materials Team

Educational Background/Employment:
  • Ph.D., 1991, Cornell University, Physical Chemistry
  • M.S., 1986, Cornell University, Physical Chemistry
  • B.S., 1983, West Virginia Wesleyan College
  • Postdoctoral Research:
    • NIH Postdoctoral Fellow, 1991-1994, UC Berkeley
    • J. Robert Oppenheimer Fellow, 1994-1997, Los Alamos National Laboratory
  • Employment:

Research Interests:

  • Applications of spectroscopic techniques to the study of electron and energy transfer processes in biology, chemistry and nanoscale materials science;
  • Theory of electron and energy transfer; Experimental and theoretical development of time-resolved and nonlinear spectroscopies, optical imaging methods, surface-specific spectroscopies, and Raman spectroscopies;
  • Development and applications of thin-film nanostructured self-assembled materials and biomimetic membrane architectures;
  • Biosensor technology; Spectroscopic studies of protein structure and dynamics.

Selected Recent Publications:

  1. D. Magana, D. Parul, R.B. Dyer, A.P. Shreve, "Implementation of time-resolved step-scan Fourier transform infrared (FT-IR) spectroscopy using a kHz repetition rate pump laser," /Appl. Spectrosc./ *65* (2011) 535-542.
  2. J.G. Duque, H. Chen, A.K. Swan, A.P. Shreve, S. Kilina, S. Tretiak, X. Tu, M. Zheng, S.K. Doorn, "Violation of the Condon approximation in semiconducting carbon nanotubes," /ACS Nano/ *5* (2011) 5233-5241.
  3. H.H. Tsai, Z.H. Xu, R.K. Pai, L.Y. Wang, A.M. Dattelbaum, A.P. Shreve, H.-L. Wang, M. Cotlet, "Structural dynamics and charge transfer via complexation with fullerene in large area conjugated polymer honeycomb thin films," /Chem. Mater./ *23* (2011) 759-761.
  4. Y. Bao, H.C. Yeh, J. Sharma, S. Ivanov, A.P. Shreve, C. Zhong, J.H. Werner, J.S. Martinez, “Formation and stabilization of fluorescent Au nanoclusters using small molecules,” /J. Phys. Chem. C/ *114* (2010) 15879-15882.
  5. G.A. Sherwood, R. Cheng, T.M. Smith, J.H. Werner, A.P. Shreve, L.A. Peteanu, J. Wildeman, “Aggregation effects on the emission spectra and dynamics of model oligomers of MEH-PPV,” /J. Phys. Chem. C/ *113* (2009) 18851-18862.
  6. J.H. Werner, G.A. Montaño, A.L. Garcia, N.A. Zurek, E.A. Akhadov, G.P. Lopez, A.P. Shreve, “Formation and dynamics of supported phospholipid membranes on a periodic nanotextured substrate,” /Langmuir/ *25* (2009) 2986-2993.
  7. A.P. Shreve, M.C. Howland, A.R. Sapuri-Butti, T.W. Allen, and A.N. Parikh, "Evidence for leaflet-dependent redistribution of charged molecules in fluid supported phospholipid bilayers," /Langmuir/ *24* (2008) 13250-13253/./
  8. A.P. Shreve, E.H. Haroz, S.M. Bachilo, R.B. Weisman, S. Tretiak, S. Kilina, S.K. Doorn, "Determination of exciton-phonon coupling elements in single-walled carbon nanotubes by Raman overtone analysis," Phys. Rev. Lett. (2007) in press.
  9. R.C. Rocha and A.P. Shreve, "Characterization of infrared vibrational activity in specific totally symmetric bridging modes of localized-to-delocalized mixed-valence systems," Chem. Phys. 326 (2006) 24-32.
  10. R.C. Rocha, M.G. Brown, C.H. Londergan, C.P. Kubiak, and A.P. Shreve, "Intervalence resonant Raman spectroscopy of strongly coupled mixed-valence cluster dimers of ruthenium," J. Phys. Chem. A 109 (2005) 9006-9012.
  11. A.M. Dattelbaum, M.L. Amweg, J.D. Ruiz, L.E. Ecke, A.P. Shreve, and A.N. Parikh, "Surfactant removal and silica condensation during the photochemical calcination of thin-film silica mesophases," J. Phys. Chem. B 109 (2005) 14551-14556.
  12. M.C. Howland, A.R.S. Butti, S.S. Dixit, A.M. Dattelbaum, A.P. Shreve, A.N. Parikh, "Phospholipid morphologies on photochemically patterned silane monolayers," J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 127 (2005) 6752-6765.
  13. R.J. Magyar, S. Tretiak, Y. Gao, H.-L. Wang and A.P. Shreve, "A joint theoretical and experimental study of polyphenylene-acetylene molecular wires," Chem. Phys. Lett. 401 (2005) 149-156.
  14. W.E. Buschmann, S.D. McGrane and A.P. Shreve, "Chemical tuning of nonlinearity leading to intrinsically localized modes in halide-bridged mixed-valence platinum materials," J. Phys. Chem. A 107 (2003) 8198-8207.
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