Basic quantum mechanical calculations for transport in low dimensional quantum system are used to explain the recently discovered novel transport measurements in low dimensional systems, such as graphene, atomically thin black phosphorous and Transition metal dichalcogenide (TMDC). Close collaboration between theory and experiment is expected.
Learn the fundamental physics of the quantum statistical mechanics in low dimensional system, such as Quantum Hall effect, Shubnikov de Hass oscillations and quantum capacitance measurement. Numerical simulation is also performed based on analytical work on these effects at low temperature and high magnetic field.
1. Fundamental physics with strong analytical background
2. Numerical techniques
3. Possible application in engineering and science of the experimental results