Our research focuses on two-dimensional (2D) material systems with unusual electromagnetic properties, with an emphasis on:
- Design of low-dimensional materials
- Emergent electromagnetic phases from correlated electrons
- Energy-efficient applications based on artificially designed materials
January 2022 The group welcomes new members:
Huijue and Robert joined as graduate students.
November 2021 The group received the NSF CAREER award. We appreciate the generous support from the NSF.
October 2021 Farewell to Griffin, who graduated with a department citation award this summer. Check his story highlighted by the department.
January 2021 The group welcomes new members:
Jieyang and Hudson joined as graduate students.
Griffin and David joined as undergraduate students.
April 2020 Our paper on extreme strain engineering was highlighted by two articles:
SLAC National Lab news (for a general audience) written by Glennda Chui
Science perspective article (for scientists) written by Christianne Beekman
December 2019 An introductory interview was published on the UC Davis MSE webpage. (written by Noah Pflueger-Peters)