Our group's research focuses on the fabrication of nanometer-scale devices and the measurement of their electronic and magnetic properties (usually) at low temperatures.
Our primary research areas include:
- new nanofabrication techniques
- high-speed dynamics in magnetic devices
- transport through metal-nanoparticle, single-molecule, and carbon-nanotube quantum dots
- magnetic and superconducting devices
- quantum properties of defects and impurities
Our research group is a part of the Kavli Institute at Cornell for Nanoscale Science, the Laboratory of Atomic and Solid State Physics, the Center for Nanoscale Systems, and the Cornell Center for Materials Research.
Graduate and undergraduate students who wish to find out more about doing research in the group are encouraged to talk to Dan.