C. Kuhs, B. Luther, and A. Krummel, Recent Advances in 2D IR Spectroscopy Driven by Advances in Ultrafast Technology, IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, 2019.






Max A. Mattson, Thomas D. Green, Peter T. Lake, Martin McCullagh, and Amber T. Krummel. Elucidating Structural Evolution of Perylene Diimide Aggregates Using Vibrational Spectroscopy and Molecular Dynamics Simulations, The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2018.






Rich, Christopher C., Kathryn A. Lindberg, and Amber T. Krummel. Phase Acrobatics: The Influence of Excitonic Resonance and Gold Nonresonant Background on Heterodyne-Detected Vibrational Sum Frequency Generation Emission, The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, 2017.






Tracy, K. M., Barich, M. V., Carver, C.* and Krummel, A.T. High Throughput 2D IR Spectroscopy Achieved by Interfacing Microfluidic Technology with a High Repetition Rate 2D IR Spectrometer, Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, 2016.
*indicates undergraduate researcher



Luther, B. M., Tracy, K. M., and Krummel, A. T. Demonstrating 100 kHz 2D IR Spectroscopy Using a Mid-IR OPCPA Laser Source, in Proceedings for the 20th International Conference on Ultrafast Phenomena, 2016.
Note: This is a peer-reviewed abstract that will be published in the Proceedings after September 2016.



Rich, C.C., Mattson, M.A., and Krummel, A.T. Direct Measurement of the Absolute Orientation of N3 Dye at Gold and Titanium Dioxide Surfaces with Heterodyne Detected Vibrational SFG Spectroscopy, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2016, 120, pg. 6601–6611.



Luther, B.M., Tracy, K.M., Gerrity, M., Brown, S., and Krummel, A.T. 2D IR Spectroscopy at 100 kHz Utilizing a Mid-IR OPCPA Laser Source, Optics Express, 2016, 24, pg. 4117-4127.






Lehmkuhl, B., Noblitt, S., Krummel, A.T., and Henry, C.S. Fabrication of IR-Transparent Microfluidic Devices by Anisotropic Etching of Channels in CaF2, Lab-on-a-Chip, 2015, 15, pg. 4364-4368.



Cyran, J.D. and Krummel, A.T. Probing Structural Features of Self-Assembled Violanthrone-79 using Two-Dimensional Infrared Spectroscopy, Journal of Chemical Physics, 2015, 142, pg. 212435.






Cyran, J.D., Nite, J.M., and Krummel, A.T. Characterizing Anharmonic Vibrational Modes of Quinones with Two Dimensional Infrared Spectroscopy, Journal of Physical Chemistry, B, 2014, DOI: 10.1021/jp506900n.






Barich, M.V. and Krummel, A.T. Polymeric Infrared Compatible Microfluidic Devices for Spectrochemical Analysis, Analytical Chemistry, 2013, 85(21), pg. 10000-10003.



Krummel, A. T., Datta, S., Münster, S., and Weitz, D. A. Visualizing Multiphase Flow and Trapped Fluid Configurations in a Model Three-Dimensional Porous Medium, AIChE, DOI: 10.1002/aic.14005 (2013).






Nite, J.M., Cyran, J.D., and Krummel, A.T. Active Bragg Angle Compensation for Shaping Ultrafast Mid-Infrared Pulses, Optics Express, 2012, 20(21), pg. 23912-23920.








Barich, M.V., Spears, H.M., and Krummel, A.T. “Optically Thin Microfluidic Devices,” US Patent Application No. 61/809,672



Nite, J.M. and Krummel, A.T. “Active Bragg Angle Compensating Pulse-Shaper for Manipulating Broadband Mid-Infrared Wavelengths and Beyond,” US Patent Application No. 61/667,160





Work Prior to CSU Publications



Romanowsky, M.B., Heymann, M., Abate, A.R., Krummel, A. T., Fraden, S., and Weitz, D. A. Functional patterning of PDMS microfluidic devices using integrated chemo-masks, Lab on a Chip, 10, 1521-1524 (2010).



Shum, H. C., Abate, A.R., Lee, D., Studart, A. R., Wang, B., Chen, C.-H., Thiele, J., Shah, R. K., Krummel, A. T., and Weitz, D. A. Droplet microfluidics for fabrication of non-spherical particles, Macromolecular Rapid Communications, 31, 108-118 (2010).



Abate, A. R., Lee, D., Holtze, C.,Krummel, A.T., Do, T., and Weitz, D. A. Functionalized glass coating for PDMS microfluidic devices, in Lab on a Chip Technology: Fabrication and Microfluidics, edited by Keith E. Herold and Avraham Rasooly (Caister Academic Press, 2009).



Abate, A. R., Krummel, A. T., Lee, D., Marquez, M., Holtze, C., and Weitz, D. A. Photoreactive Coating for High-Contrast Spatial Patterning of Microfluidic Device Wettability, Lab on a Chip, 8, 2157-2160 (2008).



Krummel, A. T., Zanni, M. T. Evidence for Coupling Between Nitrile Groups Using DNA Templates: A Promising New Method for Monitoring Structures with Infrared Spectroscopy, Journal of Physical Chemistry, B (2008), 112, 1336-1338.



Krummel, A. T., Zanni, M. T. Interpreting DNA VCD Spectra Using a Coupling Model from 2D IR Spectroscopy. Journal of Physical Chemistry, B (2006), 110, 24720-24727.



Krummel, A. T., Zanni, M. T. DNA Vibrational Coupling Revealed with Two-Dimensional Infrared Spectroscopy : Insight into Why Vibrational Spectroscopy is Sensitive to DNA Structure. Journal of Physical Chemistry, B (2006), 110, 13991-14000.



Yu, W., Rusterholtz, K. J., Krummel, A. T., Lehman, N. Detection of High Levels of Recombination Generated During PCR Amplification of RNA Templates. BioTechniques (2006), 40(4), 499-507.



Legette, L., Joyce, M., Krummel, A. T., Franko, E. (2006) The Citizen Scholar: Exposing a Neglected Responsibility, a symposium on Public Responsibility and the Role of the Ph.D., Berland, E. (Ed.), National Conference on Graduate Student Leadership Proceedings 2005, St. Louis: Washington University.



Fulmer, E. C., Mukherjee, P., Krummel, A. T., Zanni, M. T. A Pulse Sequence for Directly Measuring the Anharmonicities of Coupled Vibrations: Two-Quantum Two-Dimensional Infrared Spectroscopy. Journal of Chemical Physics (2004), 120(17), 8067-8078.



Mukherjee, P., Krummel, A. T., Fulmer, E. C., Kass, I., Arkin, I. T., Zanni, M. T. Site-Specific Vibrational Dynamics of the CD3ζ Membrane Peptide Using Heterodyned Two-Dimensional Infrared Photon Echo Spectroscopy. Journal of Chemical Physics (2004), 120(21), 10215-10224.



Krummel, A. T., Mukherjee, P., and Zanni, M. T. Inter and Intrastrand Vibrational Coupling in DNA Studied with Heterodyned 2D-IR Spectroscopy. Journal of Physical Chemistry, B. (2003), 107, 9165-9169.








Abate, A. R., Krummel, A.T., Holtze, C., and Weitz, D.A. “Surfaces, Including Microfluidic Channels, with Controlled Wetting Properties,” US Patent Application No. 12/935,203, PCT No. PCT/US2009/000850.