Professor of Physics
Durham, NC 27708
Phone: 919 660 2523
Entered 2012. Her research interests lie in studying thermal and electrical effects in diffusive and ballistic graphene.
Entered 2013. His research interest is understanding the coupling between superconductivity and quantum Hall states in graphene-superconductor devices.
Entered 2014. His research area is in low temperature quantum transport in nanostructures, specifically stacks of graphene and other 2D materials.
Entered 2016. He currently studies multi-terminal Josephson junctions with tunable phase differences between different leads to emulate the physics of bulk topological materials, such as Weyl semimetals.
Entered 2016. His research interests are in low temperature one dimensional quantum transport. Currently he is working on dissipative carbon nanotube quantum dots.
Entered 2016. He is interested in low-temperature charge transport in top-gated carbon nanotube quantum dot systems, and currently developing various top gate dielectrics such as hexagonal boron nitride and RF sputtered dielectrics.
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