Svetlana Neretina

Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering

Office Hours

Tuesday & Thursday 2:00 – 3:30 pm

Bio

Degrees

  • Ph.D. Engineering Physics, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada
  • B.Eng. Optics & Optoelectronics, Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia

Academic Appointments

  • Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Temple University 2009-present
  • Post Doctoral Researcher, Chemistry & Biochemistry, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, 2007-2009

Recent Publications

  • A. Sundar, P. Farzinpour, K. D. Gilroy, T. Tan, R. A. Hughes, S. Neretina, Eutectic combinations as a pathway to the formation of substrate-based Au-Ge heterodimers and hollowed Au nanocrescents with tunable optical properties, Small (2014) (accepted).
  • K. D. Gilroy, A. Sundar, P. Farzinpour, R. A. Hughes, S. Neretina, Mechanistic Study of Substrate-Based Galvanic Replacement Reactions, Nano Res. 7 (3) 365-379 (2014). DOI: 10.1007/s12274-013-0402-y
  • A. Sundar, P. Farzinpour, K. D. Gilroy, T. Tan, R.  A. Hughes, S. Neretina, Organized surfaces of highly faceted single-crystal palladium structures seeded by sacrificial templates, Cryst. Growth Des. 13 (9) 3847-3851 (2013). DOI: 10.1021/cg400974f
  • K. D. Gilroy, P. Farzinpour, A. Sundar, T. Tan, R. A. Hughes, S. Neretina, Substrate-based galvanic replacement reaction carried out on heteroepitaxially formed silver templates, Nano Res. 6, 418-428 (2013).
  • P. Farzinpour, A. Sundar, K. D. Gilroy, Z. E. Eskin, R. A. Hughes, S. Neretina, Dynamic templating: A large area processing route for the assembly of periodic arrays of sub-micrometer and nanoscale structures Nanoscale 5, 1929-1938 (2013).
  • P. Farzinpour, A. Sundar, K. D. Gilroy, Z. E. Eskin, R. A. Hughes, S. Neretina,  Altering the dewetting characteristics of ultrathin gold and silver films using a sacrificial antimony layer, Nanotechnology 23, 495604 (2012).
  • A. Sundar, C. Decker, R.A. Hughes, S. Neretina, “The Templated Assembly of Highly Faceted Three-Dimensional Gold Microstructures into Periodic Arrays”, Mater. Lett.  76, 155-158 (2012).