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    • Device Physics of Two-Dimensional Crystalline Materials 

      Wu, Sanfeng
      The study of two-dimensional (2D) electrons in condensed matter physics has two milestones: quantum Hall effects in semiconductor heterostructures and superconductivity in cuprates. In both, the 2D electrons are embedded ...
    • Interlayer Valley Excitons in Two-Dimensional Semiconductor Heterostructures 

      Rivera, Pasqual Bawdon
      The ability to isolate and manipulate two-dimensional crystals into carefully designed van der Waals heterostructures is an emerging technology that offers an unprecedented level of control over the optical and electronic ...
    • Optical Studies of Ultra-thin WSe2 

      Jones, Aaron Mitchell
      Truly two-dimensional systems allow for examination of quasiparticle physics in the presence of strong Coulomb interactions resulting from reduced dielectric screening and under conditions of energy level quantization due ...
    • Optoelectronic Properties of Two-Dimensional Materials 

      Aivazian, Grant
      Layered materials when thinned down to their monolayer limit exhibit remarkable properties owing to their two-dimensional nature and strong electron confinement. In particular this class of materials displays strong optical ...
    • Probing valley and magnetic photoexcitations in 2D crystals and their heterostructures 

      Seyler, Kyle
      Layered materials are excellent systems for investigating physics in two dimensions. Understanding the optical response of 2D layered materials and their heterostructures at the atomically thin limit is an important aspect ...