Sasha successfully defends his thesis “Thermodynamic measurements of ultra clean graphene devices.” Congratulations to the Young lab’s first PhD graduate!
OUr paper (in collaboration with colleagues from Columbia) on high temperature transport properties of twisted bilayer graphene was published in Nature. Physics Congratulations to Gregory, Matt and everyone else who contributed!
The lab bids farewell to Raymond, Joey, Alex, and James who all leave us for snowier climes to start their PhDs. Have fun at at Cornell, Boston University, and Harvard!
Our paper (in collaboration with colleagues from MIT, Columbia, and Berkeley) on engineering topological phases using synthetic spin-orbit coupling in graphene was published in Nature. Congratulations to Joshua, Alex, Eric and Haoxin!
Gregory’s paper on fractional quantum Hall transport in Corbino geometry devices is out in Physical Review Letters. Congrats!
Group graduate student Alex Potts will present a user perspective on and brief tutorial of Ansys HFSS computational electromagnetics software at CNSI on Wednedsay, November 28 at 11:30 am. Come learn the basics of finite element analysis, how it is used in research environments, and for pizza! Register here: http://csc.cnsi.ucsb.edu/news/947