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Michelle Gabriel, Ph.D


Dr. Michelle GabrielVisiting Assistant Professor of Chemistry

Analytical Chemistry

Mail Box: UNA Box 5049
Office Room: 451 Science and Engineering Technology Building
Office Telephone: (256) 765-4227
Email: mmgabriel@una.edu
Degrees: Ph.D., Analytical Chemistry, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, 2015;  B.S. with Honors, Professional Chemistry, University of North Alabama, 2010
With UNA since:  2017
Classes taught: Quantitative Analysis CH 321, CH 321LW
Recent publications:
  • Cating, E. E. M.; Pinion, C. W.; Van Goethem, E. M.; Gabriel, M. M.; Cahoon, J. F.; Papanikolas, J. M., "Imaging Spatial Variations in the Dissipation and Transport of Thermal Energy within Individual Silicon Nanowires Using Ultrafast Microscopy," Nano Letters, 2016, 16, 434–439.
  • Grumstrup, E. M.; Gabriel, M. M.; Cating, E. E. M.; Van Goethem, E. M.; Papanikolas, John M., "Pump–probe microscopy: Visualization and spectroscopy of ultrafast dynamics at the nanoscale," Chemical Physics, 2015, 458, 30–40.
  • Gabriel, M. M.; Grumstrup, E. M.; Kirschbrown, J. R.; Pinion, C. W.; Christesen, J. D.; Zigler, D. F.; Cating, E. M. M.; Cahoon, J. F.; Papanikolas, J. M., "Visualization of Charge Carrier Motion in Semiconductor Nanowires with Ultrafast Pump-Probe Microscopy," in 19th International Conference on Ultrafast Phenomena, OSA Technical Digest (online) (Optical Society of America, 2014), paper 09.Wed.E.5.
  • Gabriel, M. M.; Grumstrup, E. M.; Kirschbrown, J. R.; Pinion, C. W.; Christesen, J. D.; Zigler, D. F.; Cating, E. E. M.; Cahoon, J. F.; Papanikolas, J. M., "Imaging Charge Separation and Carrier Recombination in Nanowire p-i-n Junctions Using Ultrafast Microscopy," Nano Letters, 2014, 14, 3079–3087.

Recent presentations:

  • Gabriel, M. M., "Imaging Carrier Dynamics in Silicon Nanowires and Devices Using Ultrafast Pump-Probe Microscopy," University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, December 3, 2014. (Invited Lecture)
  • Gabriel, M. M., "Imaging Charge Carrier Motion Through Axial p-i-n Junctions in Silicon Nanowires Using Ultrafast Spatially Separated Pump-Probe Microscopy," Fluorofest, Raleigh, NC, November 6–7, 2014.
Honors and Awards:
  • The Carol and Edward Smithwick Dissertation Fellowship (2015)
  • Royster Society of Fellows membership (2015)