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Research focus: Magic-angle twisted bilayer graphene, strongly correlated systems.
I study the intricate electronic behaviors of two-dimensional quantum materials, with a primary focus on magic-angle twisted bilayer graphene (MATBG). MATBG exhibits distinctive electronic structures at specific angles (around 1.1°), resulting in a nearly flat band and the vanishing of the Fermi velocity at the Dirac points. This unique platform gives rise to compelling phenomena, including superconductivity, magnetism, and various topological states.
To unravel the underlying mechanisms, I employ diverse tuning methods such as magnetic and electric fields, and temperature. By meticulously studying the microscopic details of different ground states in strongly correlated systems, my research aims to contribute valuable insights for identifying optimal materials in the field of quantum technology.