Our research group specializes in the synthesis, structure-property physics, and nanoelectronic device applications of emergent quantum materials including isotopically pure 2D materials, 2D amorphous materials, and high-k dielectric materials. The integration of these diverse materials into van der Waals heterostructures enables significant advances in cutting-edge nanoelectronics including memristors and memory-in logic transistors. The current research has been supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China, the National Key Research and Development Program, the Beijing Natural Science Foundation, and other funding sources. We have more than 40 scientific papers have been published, including Science, Nature, Nature sub-journals, PNAS, PRL, JACS, Adv. Mater., ACS Nano, Nano Lett., etc. Many works have been reported by the media and high-profile journals (Science, NPG Asia Materials, Phys.org, etc.).
Our research interests include (not limited to):
Light-element disordered materials
Novel two-dimensional light-element quantum materials
Ultrathin metal oxides and novel devices