University of Wisconsin-Madison
Ph.D in Chemistry, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2017 B.S. in Chemistry, St. John Fisher College
Broadly speaking, Arielle is interested in environmentally relevant research. Specifically, she aims to examine the interactions of well-characterized nanoparticles with model lipid bilayer systems. She wants to be able to characterize these interactions using quartz crystal microbalance with dissipation (QCM-D), atomic force microscopy (AFM), and optical waveguide light spectroscopy (OWLS). In addition, Arielle wants to gain an electrochemical understanding of these interactions by coupling QCM with electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS).
- How do scientists determine the texture of cells?
- How Natural Organic Matter May Change How Nanoparticles Affect Bacteria
- Game Day Green: Sustainability in College Football
- The Atomic Force Microscope: Probing to "See" at the Nanoscale
- Happy Mole Day from the CSN! (with Mimi Hang and Marco Torelli)
- Invisible Remnants of Dead Stuff Hiding in Water
- One of the Most Sensitive Balances on the Planet - Quartz Crystal Microbalance
- Kids Learn About Nanodiamonds and I Learn About Kids