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Research overview

Our group studies and manipulates how electrons organize themselves and flow on the nanoscale. We use cutting-edge nanofabrication, precision variable-temperature electrical measurements, and novel scanning probe techniques to address these issues. We fabricate and study devices based on such diverse materials as semiconductors, topological insulators, complex oxides, organic molecules, and graphene, working with top materials growth experts at Stanford and around the world. The main topics which we are currently studying are:

 
Exotic Kondo Effects Imaging Electrons at the Nanoscale
Transport in Graphene Electrolyte Gating and Complex Oxides
Quantum Anomalous Hall Insulators

Graphene + X
"Optics" with electrons in graphene Past Topics