SPIN RELAXATION IN PEROVSKITE

Spin Dynamics

AB-INITIO SPIN DYNAMICS IN SOLIDS

EXCITONS IN SI NANOWIRE

EXCITON RADIATIVE RECOMBINATION

CHARGE TRANSFER AT OXIDE INTERFACES

WHAT WE DO

We develop and employ theoretical and computational methods including Density Functional Theory, Many-Body Perturbation Theory, and open quantum dynamics based on density-matrix formalism, to understand and predict realistic complex materials’ properties including optoelectronic, spin relaxation, and electronic transport properties at the atomistic levels, for energy conversion and quantum information applications.

Our research is currently funded by National Science Foundation (DMR/CMMT, CHE, Wisconsin MRSEC), Department of Energy – Basic Energy Science (Computational Chemical Science, EFRC CHOISE, Computational Materials Science),  AFOSR (Young Investigator Program, CFIRE),  MOORE Foundation, and SLOAN Fellowship.

                    

OUR RESEARCH

Current research topics: a) electronic excitation including many-body interactions; b) spin relaxation in solids by density-matrix dynamics; c) solid-state spin defect properties.

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PUBLICATIONS

Resource our publications and documentation. Publications are presented in chronological order to view the evolution of our research and theoretical developments.

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TEACHING RESOURCES

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