Professor of Physics
Durham, NC 27708
Phone: 919 660 2523
Portrait of the group
Entered 2014. Andrew's interests are in physics education and quantum transport in 2D materials. His research focuses on graphene and superconductor/quantum Hall heterostructures.
Entered 2016. Ethan 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. Trevyn's research interests are in low temperature one dimensional quantum transport. Currently he is working on dissipative carbon nanotube quantum dots.
Entered 2016. Lingfei is interested in quantum Hall effect in top-gated 2D heterostructures. He currently works on coherent behaviors of quantum Hall edge states along graphene/superconductor interfaces.
Entered 2018. Ethan's interests primarily focus on electron transport in 2D materials. Currently he is involved in the fabrication of various graphene/superconductor heterostructures.
Entered the lab in 2018. Liam works on electronics for low-temperautre measurements.
Entered the lab in 2019. Hongwei is currently stacking hBN-encapsulated graphene heterostructures.
Entered 2019. Andy's interests include Josephson junctions and 2D material electron transport. He is currently working on fabricating and studying hBN-graphene heterostructures.