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Our group is focused on the design and synthesis of new compounds with unconventional electronic and magnetic ground states. We are particularly interested in superconductivity, local and itinerant electron magnetism, quantum phase transitions and more. We employ conventional methods of solid state synthesis, vapor transport and flux crystal growth in hopes of finding interesting compounds showing exceptional physics and potential for applications.
Latest News and Events
Jan 2023: We are happy to have undergraduate students lab Lavinia and Naija join the lab.
Nov 2022: Congratulations to Dr. Jaime Moya for defending his dissertation!
July 2022: Congratulations to Dr. Long Qian for defending his dissertation!
Aug 2022: Welcome to the new posdoctoral associate Dr. Onur Tosun
Aug 2022:The new graduate student Karthik Rao joined the group. Welcome!
JAn 2022:Welcome to undergraduate students joining our lab Emma and Megan.
Aug 2021:Welcome to our RET and REU researchers Aerielle and Aeryn.
Jun 2021:We welcome a new graduate student Kevin Allen.
Aug 2020: Welcome to undergraduate researchers Roberto, Noah, and Spencer, RET researcher Daniel, and the new graduate student researcher Long!
Jun 2019:Congratulations to Jaime for his selection as an NSF Graduate Research Fellow!
Apr 2019:Congratulations to Emilia for her election as a Fellow of the American Physical Society!
Our group is constantly looking for enthusiastic students interested in condensed matter experiment. The general research focus is on strongly correlated electron systems, with particular emphasis on the discovery of novel materials. You will acquire valuable skills in crystal growth, thermodynamic and transport characterization, with opportunities for specialized training in neutron diffraction, muSR, high magnetic field measurements etc at national and international laboratories.
To apply: email Prof. Emilia Morosan.
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