Nanodevice Physics @ UW

In our lab we aim to study new physics in nanowires, nanotubes, and two-dimensional materials, with particular interests in low-dimensional, topological and many-body effects and phase transitions. We fabricate a variety of nanoscale device structures and measure their properties using combinations of electrical transport, optics, scanning probes, photoemission, and other techniques. We strongly believe that science motivated primarily by curiosity will eventually be of most benefit to society, be it in advancing established technologies such as energy, information, and sensing, or in other as yet unimagined ways!