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Our Research

Our group’s research focuses on the mesoscopic investigation of transport phenomena, particularly, electric, thermal and thermoelectrical properties of low dimensional nanoscale materials. These materials include carbon nanotubes, organic and inorganic nanowires, 2-dimensional mesoscopic single crystals, and single organic molecules. The unique properties of these low dimensional systems are generally understood by considering enhanced quantum effects and increased correlations due to the reduction of available phase space. The use of modern state-of-the-art semiconductor device fabrication techniques and the development of new methods of material synthesis, manipulation, and characterization are essential parts of this research.

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Publication: Unconventional supercurrent phase in Ising superconductor Josephson junction with atomically thin magnetic insulator

September 15, 2021
Hiroshi's work on measuring the unconventional supercurrent phase in an Ising superconductor Josephson junction with an atomically thin magnetic insulator has been published in Nature Communications! Congratulations.  Read more about Publication: Unconventional supercurrent phase in Ising superconductor Josephson junction with atomically thin magnetic insulator
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Farewell, Frank and Andy

August 21, 2021
We bid farewell to Frank and Andy, who leave the group to embark on the next step of their respective careers. Frank will join MIT as a postdoctoral researcher, while Andy will be a postdoc at UC-Berkeley. We wish the best of luck to both!
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