We study low temperature, low dimensional electron transport in quantum nanostructures. Our research interests span from quantum dots, to the interplay of superconductivity and quantum Hall effect, to multi-terminal Josephson junctions and thermal transport. Side interests include discovering novel ways of opening macadamia nuts, ghost Google doodle game, and fermentation processes.
We are recruiting graduate students. Please contact Prof. Gleb Finkelstein for more information.
Chun-Chia successfully passed his prelim! Congrats, Chun-Chia!
Johnny successfully passed his prelim! Congrats, Johnny!
Dr. Lingfei Zhao successfully defended his thesis. Congrats, Lingfei!
November 2022 2022
Lingfei accepted a postdoc position with Crystal Noel at Duke. Congrats, Lingfei!
Jordan successfully passed his prelim! Congrats, Jordan!
Dr. Trevyn Larson successfully defended his thesis. Congrats, Trevyn!
Trevyn accepted a postdoc position with Ray Simmonds at NIST. Congrats, Trevyn!
Dr. Ethan Arnault successfully defended his thesis. Congrats, Ethan!
Ethan accepted a postdoc position with Dirk Englund at MIT and Kin Chung Fong at Raytheon BBN Technologies. Congrats, Ethan!
Former students Dr. Chung-Ting Ke and Dr. Ivan Borzenets started new faculty positions at Academia Sinica in Taiwan and Texas A&M University, respectfully. Congrats to Ting and Ivan!