Prof. Talaga is teaching Chem 447: Biophysical Chemistry this semester. 

Prof. Talaga is teaching four sections of Chem 100: Introduction to Chemistry.

This animation illustrates the dynamic time-dependent nature and origin of a fluorescence Stokes shift.

Talaga, D.; Lau, W.; Roder, H.; Tang, J.; Jia, Y.; DeGrado, W.; Hochstrasser, R. Dynamics and folding of single two-stranded coiled-coil peptides studied by fluorescent energy transfer confocal microscopy. P Natl Acad Sci Usa 2000, 97, 13021–13026.

Talaga, D. S.; Jia, Y.; Bopp, M. A.; Sytnik, A.; DeGrado, W. A.; Cogdell, R. J.; Hochstrasser, R. M.  “Single-molecule dynamics associated with protein folding and deformations of light-harvesting complexes” Springer Series in Chemical Physics (Single Molecule Spectroscopy: Nobel Conference Lectures), (2002), 67, 313-325.

Talaga, D.; Zink, J. Symmetry and local mode coupling in absorption and Raman spectroscopy of intervalence electronic transitions. J Phys Chem A 2001, 105, 10511–10519.

Vitarelli, M. J., Prakash, S. & Talaga, D. S. Determining nanocapillary geometry from electrochemical impedance spectroscopy using a variable topology network circuit model. Anal. Chem. 83, 533–541 (2011).