Professor Xiao is a condensed matter physicist whose research interests lie in the areas of nanoscale physics and quantum devices. He specializes in spintronics, a field of study that investigates electronic systems based on electron spin, as well as electron transport in low-dimensional or strongly correlated systems, and magnetism in both artificial and self-assembled systems.
Professor Xiao is driven to develop the next generation of electronic and spintronic devices, and he is committed to training the next generation of physicists and engineers. His research areas include condensed matter physics, quantum materials, nanotechnology, superconductivity, magnetic sensing, and biomagnetism.
Professor Xiao is a Fellow of the American Physical Society, and a recipient of the IBM Partnership Award, National Science Foundation Young Investigator Award, and Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship. He is an Inducted Member of the Johns Hopkins Society of Scholars.
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