The Wright Group focuses on using nonlinear spectroscopy as a tool to study a vast array of different molecular and materials states--from low energy vibrational modes of proteins all the way to excitonic and ionized states of quantum dots and everything in between--and their coherent dynamics. Using tunable frequencies, time-gated pulses, and phase matching, we compose very controlled stimuli for our system of interest, which provides a combination of spectral and temporal selectivity to control the evolution of quantum states.
If you'd like to know more about the physics behind nonlinear processes, check out our "Background" page.
The Wright Group is passionate about creating open source software solutions to multidimensional spectroscopy problems. If you are interested in the Wright Group's data analysis toolbox (https://github.com/wright-group/WrightTools), checkout our paper in JOSS (https://doi.org/10.21105/joss.01141) or our documentation page (http://wright.tools). Checkout our Github pages (https://github.com/wright-group) if you are interested in our simulation (https://github.com/wright-group/WrightSim and https://github.com/wright-group/KinetiKit ), hardware calibration (https://github.com/wright-group/attune), or instrument control packages (https://github.com/wright-group/PyCMDS).