Joined Aug 19 2010
Gangli received B. S. and M. S. degree from Peking University in 1996 and 1999 respectively. He then joined Dr. Royce Murray's group at UNC Chapel Hill for his Ph. D. study. After finishing his postdoc training with Dr. Henry White at the University of Utah, Gangli started his independent research group at Georgia State University in 2007.
Gangli's reseach interests reside in the nanoscale interfaces. His group is developing frequency domain impedance method to elucidate the fundamental mass transport mechanism at nanoconfinement. Label-free electrochemical sensing and single molecule binding are studied with structurally defined single nanopores and nanopipettes.
By a multidentate approach, interfacial bond structures are designed to tailor the composition, structure and physiochemical properties of thiolate--metal nanoclusters.