The low dimensional electronics lab

The Li lab uses the large family of 2D materials as building blocks to study and engineer novel quantum states of matter, with the combination of nano-scale fabrication methods and van der Waals heterostructure technique. The large phase space and wide range of tunabilities make 2D material heterostructure an ideal platform for investigating the interplay between topology, symmetry and electron correlation. Besides quantum transport measurement, we develop experimental tools capable of probing electrical and thermodynamic properties of interacting electrons in low dimensional confinement.