Image credit: Greg Stewart/SLAC Natl. Lab.

From superconductivity and ferroic orders to electrical, thermal, and electrochemical properties, oxides show a broad range of phenomena with both scientific and technological implications. The atomic-scale synthesis of oxide heterostructures, with the concept of “materials by design,” has successfully demonstrated emergent properties not observed in bulk materials. Based on two-dimensional (2D) geometry, I am interested in the design, manipulation, and applications of materials for broader impacts. The primary research questions are:

1) Design and integration of 2D materials beyond van der Waals materials
2) How do we invent next-generation applications based on the atomic and orbital-level design of materials?
3) What is the new opportunity for low-dimensional quantum materials to answer the hardest questions in condensed matter physics?

Please see the research group site for more details.

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