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Research:

Our research program investigates several distinctive model systems from nanoscale materials to strongly correlated electron materials, which aims both to provide a fundamental understanding and to achieve ultrafast manipulation of electronic and magnetic cooperative phenomena from “simplicity” to complexity. This involves the development and applications of ultrafast laser spectroscopy and nonlinear optical techniques in femtosecond regime and over a wide frequency spectrum, spanning from terahertz to ultraviolet to understand quantum processes, many-body phenomena and correlation effects in nanoscale and correlated electron materials.

The current primary research projects in my group are:

 

1. Ultrafast probes of iron pnictides.

2. Quantum femtosecond magnetism in strongly correlated electronic materials.
3. Ultrafast nonlinear spectroscopy in graphene.

4. Terahertz (THz) nonlinear optics  in metamaterials.

5. Ultrafast terahertz electrodynamics of carbon nanotubes.




 
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