CEI researchers are pushing the boundaries of light and matter to enable future clean energy technologies. Advances in fields like two-dimensional materials, nanoscale and quantum properties, and spectroscopy will lay the foundation for tomorrow’s discoveries and devices.
- Symmetry breaking in twisted double bilayer graphene (Nature Physics, September 2020) | UW News | Phys.org
- Inorganic nanopropeller puts a spin on catalysis (Journal of the American Chemical Society, November 2019)
- A proposal towards a scalable single-photon source to create a quantum simulator (ACS Photonics, November 2019)
- Switching 2D magnetic states via pressure tuning of layer stacking (Nature Materials, October 2019)
- Controlling three-dimensional optical fields via inverse Mie scattering (Science Advances, October 2019)
- First-ever visualizations of electrical gating effects on electronic structure could lead to longer-lasting devices (Nature, July 2019) | UW News