Charlie Johnson Group – University of Pennsylvania

Dr. Johnson’s research is focused on the nano-scaled transport properties (charge, energy, spin, etc.) of nanostructures and single molecules, including carbon nanotubes, graphene, DNA, synthetic proteins, and other biomolecules.  They are particularly interested in the physical properties of hybrid nanostructures and their use in molecular sensing.  Other research interests include the development of scanning probe techniques for electronic property measurement of nanomaterials and nanodevices.


Johnson’s group webpage is:

NTI: Signs of Success

NTI research programs have been extremely successful at publishing in peer-reviewed journals, resulting in more than 820 articles.

In addition, NTI researchers have been awarded more than 200 federal grants totaling more than $150 million.