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Theoretical/Computational: Siu-Tat Chui, Branislav Nikolic, Yafei Ren
Experimental: Chitraleema Chakraborty, George Hadjipanayis, Yi Ji, Benjamin Jungfleisch, Edmund Nowak, Ismat Shah, Karl Unruh, John Xiao
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Research in condensed matter and materials physics stimulates disruptive technologies and innovations and transforms our society. The complex interaction of a large number of electrons and atoms in naturally occurring materials and artificially structured materials yields fascinating new physics and pushes the boundaries of knowledge. At the University of Delaware (UD), fundamental properties of materials and their potential applications in technologies are investigated experimentally, computationally, and theoretically. Research topics include quantum phenomena and technology, thin films, two-dimensional (2-D) materials, nanoscience and nanostructures, spintronics (spin-based electronics), magnonics, spin dynamics, and complex electronic and magnetic materials. A full suite of materials fabrication and characterization equipment in faculty laboratories and the state-of-the-art University of Delaware Nanofabrication Facilities (UDNF) allow students and researchers to gain hands-on experience in advanced instrumentation and to implement their best research ideas. We participate in UD's Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (MRSEC) funded by the National Science Foundation. Our experimental laboratories will move into a new science building in Fall 2024.
Prof. Chitraleema Chakraborty's Laboratory for Quantum Materials and Photonics
Prof. Siu-Tat Chui's Research Group
Prof. George Hadjipanayis's Research Group
Prof. Yi Ji's Mesoscopic Spintronics Lab
Prof. Benjamin Jungfleisch's Magnonics and Spintronics Group
Prof. Branislav Nikolic's Quantum Transport Theory Group
Prof. Edmund Nowak's Fluctuation and Noise Group
Prof. Yafei Ren's Research Group
Prof. Ismat Shah's Laboratory for Nanomaterials for the Environment
Prof. Karl Unruh's Research Group
Prof. John Xiao's Electromagnetic Materials Research Laboratory