Welcome to Clarke Lab
- Observing effects of nanoscale confinement
Utilizing the photothermal effect of metal nanoparticles
Motional dynamics revealed by dielectric spectroscopy
The Clarke Lab scientific investigations are innately interdisciplinary and often highly collaborative with other faculty in the Physics department, as well as with research groups in the NCSU departments of Chemistry, Materials Science and Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, and Textile Engineering, Chemistry, and Science.
12-06-16: News The Clarke Lab has an open Research Assistant position for a motivated graduate student to work on an interdisciplinary project, in collaboration with the Bochinski Lab (Physics, Sciences) and Gorga Lab (TECS, Textiles). Interested graduate students should contact Dr. Laura Clarke for more information.
Dr. Clarke is a professor in the Department of Physics at NC State University, and an adjunct member of the Textiles Engineering, Chemistry and Science Department, as well as of the joint Department of Biomedical Engineering (UNC-CH and NCSU).