Gang Cao

Gang Cao

Professor, Department of Physics • Fellow, CEQM
Physics
Our research focuses on discovery and study of novel quantum materials that are driven by a combined effect of spin-orbit and Coulomb interactions. In particular, we are interested in single-crystal synthesis, physics of complex oxides and materials properties at extreme conditions of high magnetic field, high pressure and low temperature.
Daniel Dessau

Daniel Dessau

Professor, Department of Physics • Adjunct Fellow, JILA • Director, CEQM
Physics
Our group uses a variety of tools for the study of the electronic structure, magnetic structure, and phase transitions of novel materials systems such as high temperature superconductors (HTSCs or cuprates); topological insulators, iridates, and strong spin-orbit materials; and colossal magnetoresistive oxides (CMRs or manganites).
Minhyea Lee

Minhyea Lee

Assistant Professor, Department of Physics • Fellow, CEQM
Physics
My group aims to identify and understand new states of matters, which often arise from strong correlation among multiple degrees of freedoms. We investigate the electrical and thermal transports properties and thermodynamics variables under extreme conditions to detect and characterize the low energy excitations that reflect fundamental natures of the novel states.
John Price

John Price

Professor, Department of Physics • Fellow, CEQM
Physics
My group uses solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) to explore quantum dynamics relevant to quantum materials and quantum information processing. Nuclear spins are the highest coherence quantum bits available, and our experiments can be thought of as "quantum simulations," that elucidate the properties of a precisely defined quantum systems.
Markus Raschke

Markus Raschke

Professor, Department of Physics • Affiliate Professor, Department of Chemistry • Adjunct Faculty, JILA • Fellow, CEQM
Physics
The research in our group is centered around the development and unique applications of nano-optical spectroscopies that enable both nanometer spatial and femtosecond temporal resolution.
Dmitry Reznik

Dmitry Reznik

Associate Professor, Department of Physics • Fellow, CEQM
Physics
Our research focuses on using neutron, x-ray, and Raman scattering to investigate the physics of correlated electrons and electron-phonon coupling in perovskite oxides (including high Tc supercondcutors, manganites, etc.) and other unusual materials.
Charles Rogers

Charles Rogers

Professor, Department of Physics • Fellow, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Institute (RASEI) • Fellow, CEQM
Physics
Our group works in the general area of experimental condensed matter physics of thin films and very small systems. Presently, the group is working on the nanoelectromechanical behavior of nanowires and fabricated electromechanical structures and surface/bulk molecular dipole systems.
Sean Shaheen

Sean Shaheen

Associate Chair for Learning, Department of ECEE • Associate Professor, Department of Physics • Fellow, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Institute (RASEI) • Fellow, CEQM
Electrical Computer and Energy Engineering
Members of the Shaheen group carry out research aimed at advancing solar energy harvesting, developing new optoelectronic materials and devices, and studying complex processes in biological systems. They are interested in quantum materials with unique charge transport and photonic properties for applications in photovoltaics, memory devices, and neuromorphic circuits.
Xiaobo Yin

Xiaobo Yin

Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering • Assistant Professor, Department of Physics • Fellow, CEQM
Mechanical Engineering
Our group focus our research on nanoscale materials and their applications: the interdisciplinary synergy of applied physics, materials sciences, and multiple sectors of engineering.