I lead the NanoLab in the Physics Department of Texas A&M University, which is working on various projects in the general areas of biomolecular motility, molecular nanomagnets, spintronics, nanophysics and highly correlated systems. The goal is to further the understanding of physical properties at the size or temperature scale where quantum mechanics governs the dominant processes.
Works By Students
Works By Students
chaired theses and dissertations
Bang, Wonbae (2015-08).
Fabrication and Characterization of Nanoscale Periodic Ferromagnetic Structures on Superconducting Thin Films.
Ford, Arlene C. (2010-05).
An Alternate Mechanism for Creating Functional Sub-micrometer Superconducting Quantum Interference Devices.
Kim, Kyongwan (2007-12).
Mn12-acetate thin film patterns and their interaction with superconductors.
Means, Joel Lewis (2007-12).
Electronic interactions between gold films and mn12-acetate.
Noel, John (2009-05).
Microtubule Patterning and Manipulation Using Electrophoresis and Self-Assembled Monolayers.
Park, Jinseon (2010-08).
Characterization Of The Local Electrical Environment In An Electrically-guided Protein Patterning System Incorporating Antifouling Self-assembled Monolayer.
Peng, Luohan (2008-08).
Laser-assisted scanning probe alloying nanolithography (LASPAN) and its application in gold-silicon system.
Reaves, Kelley Thomas (2014-12).
An Experimental Study of Mn12-Family Molecular Magnets in Isolation with High Spatial Resolution.
Seo, Dongmin (2007-12).
Alignment of micro-crystals of Mn12-acetate and direct observation of single molecules thereof.
Srivastava, Raj Vibhuti A. (2009-05).
Extraction of Spin Polarization of Bulk and Measurement of Transport Properties of Thin GdxSi1-x Near the Metal-Insulator Transition.
Wang, Ke (2009-12).
Mechano-Activated Electronic and Molecular Structures.
Woo, Sung Oh (2014-08).
Electron Irradiation Induced Changes of the Electrical Transport Properties of Graphene.
Xu, Huachun (2008-12).
Spin hall effect in paramagnetic thin films.