Jasti, Ramesh

Jasti Group Hosts Steppingstone Foundation Students

In June of 2012, the Jasti Research Group hosted a group of students from the Steppingstone Foundation as part of Professor Jasti’s chemistry and nanotechnology outreach commitment. The Steppingstone Foundation is a non-profit organization that develops and implements programs which prepare urban schoolchildren for educational opportunities that lead to college success. The students learned about […]

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Jasti Group Research on Nanohoops Featured on ACS Website

In its Noteworthy Chemistry page, the American Chemical Society website has highlighted the work of Professor Ramesh Jasti and his Research Group on the blue shift of Cyclo-p-phenylene emissions as a nanohoop size increases. The emission color of an inorganic semiconductor quantum dot shifts bathochromically with increasing particle size. Similarly, the luminescence color of a […]

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Jasti Receives Thieme Chemistry Journal Award

Professor Ramesh Jasti was chosen by the editorial boards of Synlett, Synthesis, and Synfacts as one of the Thieme Chemistry Journal Awardees for 2011. Awardees are loosely defined as promising young Professors at or near the beginning of their career. Each year a number of Professors are chosen to receive free print and electronic subscriptions […]

Ramesh Jasti joins faculty

Dr. Jasti has joined our department as an assistant professor. Most recently he held a postdoctoral research associate position with Professor Carolyn Bertozzi (University of California, Berkeley), conducting his research at the Molecular Foundry (The Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory).  His research has been able to address a longstanding and challenging problem at the interface of […]