Our work

The goal of our research is to synthesize and fabricate nanostructure materials, understand the fundamentals of nanoscale assembly, and explore their unique optical, chemical, mechanical, and electrical properties.  By using various state-of-the-art microscopic techniques, we will investigate structure-property relationship at the nanometer scale.  In particular, we are interested in multifunctional nanomaterials for applications in sensors, photovoltaic devices, and nanoelectronics.
  •   Nanomaterial synthesis and characterization
  •   Layer-by-Layer multilayer assembly
  •   Polymeric nanocomposite materials
  •   Plasmonic nanomaterials
  •   Surface-enhanced Raman scattering
  •   Electrospinning nanofibers


  • Welcome Shawn in joining our group.

  • Welcome Vienna in jointing our group.
  • Welcome Judy in jointing our group.

  • Welcome Jackie and Samantha in jointing our group as undergraduate students.

  • Welcome Tanner in jointing our group as a graduate student.

  • Welcome YiFeng in jointing our group.

  • A paper was recently published in Anal. Chem. This work is collaborated with Dr. Ren@XMU. Enjoy~

  • Lily has a paper on gold nanostars accepted in Langmuir.  Congratulation!


     Dr. Chaoyang Jiang
     Chemistry Department
     University of South Dakota
     414 East Clark Street
     Vermillion, SD 57069




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Chemistry Department
University of South Dakota


114 Churchill Hanes, Department Chemistry, The University of South Dakota, Vermillion, SD 57069