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The central approach of this laboratory is the mechanistic investigation of photo-induced processes of important organic and inorganic molecules in real time. Primarily we are devoted to investigate the excited state characteristics of broad range of molecules in the time scale ranging from femtoseconds to nanoseconds. The brief fields of interest include the dynamics of biological macromole-cules like proteins, DNA, etc., the excited state ultrafast dynamics of many novel chromophores like fluorescent protein chromophore analogs, metal complexes, etc. Effect of nano-confinement and heterogenous media also share one of the prime locus of research in the laboratory. The main aim is to interpret natural observation and to gain complete knowledge of system property from the knowledge of excited state relaxation dynamics. In addition we are as well commencing the non-linear laser spectroscopic study of liquid-air and solid-air interfaces.
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