Two-dimensional Van der Waals materials host a wide range of fascinating quantum phenomena and hold promise for unraveling some longstanding mysteries in condensed matter physics. Our theoretical work aims at utilizing the diversity and tunability of these systems to advance our understanding of solids.
Research achievements include:
Theory of Moiré bands and prediction of magic-angle in bilayer graphene
Prediction of Hofstadter butterfly physics in twisted bilayer graphene
Theory of low dimensional ultra-cold atom interferometers