Research focuses on quantum transport experiments investigating quantum coherence, electron spins and nuclear spins and interactions in semiconductor and graphene nanostructures. Ongoing projects include
We are interested in coherent manipulation of individual quantum systems in solid state nanostructures with quantum computation as a long term goal.
Experiments investigate quantum transport through semiconductor nanostructures which are fabricated in house using high mobility 2D electron gas materials obtained from collaborating molecular beam epitaxy labs. Experiments are typically performed in dilution refrigerators at millikelvin temperatures in magnetic fields. Measurements are done using electronic low-noise techniques and may involve nanosecond-pulsing and microsecond readout schemes.
Positions are currently available, please see the positions page.
We are affiliated with
Our group enjoys numerous ongoing collaborations, including the following groups (in arbitrary order)
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