probing quantum phenomena under extreme pressures and temperatures Diamond Anvil Cell A powerful search engine to explore
composition phase space
Meissner effect Art of levitation, expulsion of a magnetic field
from a superconductor
Spectroscopy to investigate chemical bonding & electronic structure Spectroscopy to investigate Chemical bonding & electronic
structure
Team Fall 2020 The superteam
Superconductivity without cooling Diamond anvils bring
“holy grail”
out of a deep freeze

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Our research focuses on probing quantum phenomena under extreme pressures and temperatures. In particular, high Tc superconductivity, magnetism and superfluity in the vicinity of quantum phase transitions. Our research efforts aim for not only fundamental understanding but are also directed towards utilizing high pressure/temperature conditions to understand chemical processes, interactions, and to synthesize novel high energy density and advanced materials. Our work has also been reported in popular press, e.g. New York Times, BBC, NBC, NPR, Physics Today, New Scientist, Chemistry World, Science News, Nature news and views, APS physics central.

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Our work has also been reported in popular press, e.g. New York Times, BBC, NBC, NPR, Physics Today, New Scientist, Chemistry World, Science News, Nature news and views, APS physics central.

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