Physics at Virginia

Kevin Lehmann

Ph.D., 1983, Harvard
Commonwealth Professor of Chemistry and Professor of Physics

Experimental Chemical Physics,Experimental Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics

Research Interests

High Resolution Laser Spectroscopy: Development of double resonance techniques for the study of excited vibrational and electronic states of polyatomic molecules; spectroscopy and dynamics of atoms and molecules in helium and molecular hydrogen nanoclusters, determination of the magnitude of intermode coupling constants or intramolecular relaxation rates; development of new spectroscopic methods of extreme sensitivity; development of new sources of tunable, high spectral brightness light; spectroscopic applications to environmental monitoring.

News Items

Two separate teams lead by Condensed Matter physicists Bellave Shivaram and Gia-Wei Chern have won awards in the recent round of funding from the More >