Our group develops measurement tools, methods, and theory that are required both for exploring quantum phenomena in new materials and devices and for harnessing these phenomena in sensing, computing, and metrology applications. The solid-state systems of interest include layered atomically-thin materials, topological materials, molecular systems, crystal defects, and correlated oxides. All these materials platforms offer opportunities for quantum information science (QIS). We pursue a two-prong approach: we build unique measurement instruments for exploring QIS phenomena, and we use quantum phenomena for new measurement methods.
Some of our unique capabilities include: