Welcome to the Krummel Research Group


Group Mid 2018


Our work focuses on elucidating the molecular level details that drive nano- to microscopic properties in condensed phase systems. We exploit the structural and temporal resolution of two-dimensional infrared (2D IR) spectroscopy to address questions related to pore-formation in lipid membranes and the nano-aggregation process of asphaltenes. In addition, we continue to add to the development of pulse-shaping in the mid-IR and microfluidic device technology with the goal of producing new tools for multidimensional optical spectroscopies.




The Krummel Group acknowledges the following organizations for generous funding:







Latest News


December 2019

Hello and welcome Autumn and Rachelle to the Krummel Research Group!


December 2019

A big congratulations to Dr. Max Mattson for defending his thesis!


December 2019

Well done Sheridon for presenting and passing her Honors Thesis!


November 2019

Luke gave a fantastic literature seminar and passed!


October 2019

Congratulations to Dr. Christopher Kuhs on defending his Thesis!


May 2019

Congratulations to Amber for being named a Monfort Professor.


February 2019

Congratulations to Chris K. for his publication in IEEE.


December 2018

The Krummel group welcomes new grad student: Luke.


September 2018

Congratulations to Yusef on passing his Orals examination.


July 2018

Congratulations to Dr. Kathryn Tracy for defending her thesis.


May 2018

Congratulations to Clara on passing her Orals examination.


April 2018

Congratulations to Max and Tom for their publication in JPCB.


September 2017

Congratulations to Clara and Yusef on passing their Literature Seminars.


September 2017

Congratulations to Katie on passing her Orals examination.


March 2017

Congratulations to Max on passing his Research Seminar.


Contact Info


Prof. Amber Krummel

Chemistry, room C107

Phone: (970) 491-3694