Condensed matter physics

Condensed matter physics identifies the physical properties of condensed phases of matter. The phenomenon of electrons, atoms, spins, or other various components inside a solid material is described through quantum mechanics. These described phenomena are predicted through theory and calculation and proved through experiments. Therefore, theory, calculation, and experiment are very important factors in Condensed matter physics.

Optical Spectroscopy of Quantum Materials

Our research interest lies mainly on novel quantum materials with exotic optical properties. For this we measure optical transitions of various quantum matters such as Dirac-Weyl semimetals, 2d materials (graphene and TMDC), and strongly correlated transition metal oxides, utilizing wide-range infrared /optical spectrometers. We also characterize 2D material-based optical devices such as photoconductor and field effect transistors.

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