Our research focuses on understanding collective behavior in condensed matter systems via electrical and thermal transport properties, under the control parameters of high pressure and magnetic field. The systems of interest include anomalous Hall effect materials, itinerant magnetic systems, novel superconductivity in the vicinity of competing ground states, and high thermoelectric materials. We also use nano-fabrication and microwave measurements to develop novel probes for correlated electron systems based on shot noise. We are a part of the Condensed matter physics group in the University of Colorado Boulder Department of Physics and are in active collaboration with Quantum device group at NIST.

Mailing Address:

Department of Physics

390 UCB

University of Colorado at Boulder

Boulder, CO 80309

Office: Duane F633

Lab: Duane E2B28, E2B42

Phone: (303) 492-7551/4659