We are devoted to the investigation, creation, manipulation, and control of novel solid state materials with superior properties. The thrust of our research is to develop a comprehensive understanding of the interaction mechanisms between quantum structures, with the objective to apply the coupling mechanisms as tools in future quantum technologies.
Undergraduates, Graduates, and anyone else interested in learning about man-made quantum structures are welcome to participate in our group meetings. We discuss recently published papers relevant to our work, and of course our own research-ongoing experiments, data analysis, and interpretations. In Spring 2012 we meet M-F @ 9:00am in SE 390.