June 7, 2022- Shuolong has been awarded the U.S. Department of Energy’s Early Career Research Program. This award will support Yang Lab’s research on new topological superconductors and other quantum materials.
June 2, 2022- Rahim successfully defended his undergraduate thesis work “Analysis of Strontium Titanate RHEED during annealing using Principal Component Analysis and Non-negative Matrix Factorisation.” Congratulations Rahim!
May 31, 2022- Chenhui’s joint paper on MBT147 has been published in Phys. Rev. Materials. Congratulations Chenhui!
May 18, 2022- Undergraduate member Jess has been awarded a Quad Summer Undergraduate Research Award. Congratulations Jess!
April 2022- The Yang Lab welcomes new undergraduate member Bill Zheng who has already been awarded a Metcalf award to pursue research in our lab. Welcome Bill!
April 4, 2022- Emanuel was offered a 2022 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship (GRF)! We are very proud!
December 6, 2021- Shuolong has won an NSF CAREER award which will enable the Yang group to fabricate and characterize the next generation of topological superconductors.
November 16, 2021- Undergraduate member Emanuel Green has been named as a 2021-2022 Quad Research Scholar. Congratulations Emanuel!
November 10, 2021- The Yang Group’s instrumentation paper has been published in Review of Scientific Instruments and described in a new PME article. Congratulations to everyone for this group effort!
November 2021- The Yang group in collaboration with the Zhong group has won a MRSEC seeding grant to pursue cavity-driven hybrid topological materials.
October 2021- The Yang Lab has two new members in PhD students Duy Nguyen and Haoran Lin. Welcome to the group!
July 1, 2021- We are excited to welcome our newest member Dr. Woojoo Lee who is here for his postdoc studies. Welcome Woojoo!
June 29, 2021-The paper by postdoc Dr. Chenhui Yan on MBT124 has been accepted to Physics Review B Letters. Congratulations Chenhui!
May 2, 2021- Undergraduate member Robin Erdakos has received a Metcalf grant to fund his summer research!
March 25, 2021- Shuolong gives an invited webinar at the NSF 2D Crystal Consortium hosted at Pennsylvania State University.
Mar. 1, 2021- We are excited to welcome Dr. Hossein Rokni to join us for postdoc studies. Welcome, Hossein!
Dec. 31, 2020- Our Microscopy And Spectroscopy for Transient Electronic-matter Research Platform is fully commissioned, achieving a time resolution < 35 fs in trARPES, a spatial resolution < 10 microns in microARPES, and an energy resolution < 4 meV in ultrahigh resolution laser-ARPES.
Nov 5, 2020- Our Microscopy And Spectroscopy for Transient Electronic-matter Research Platform is first integrated!
Oct, 2020- Yang lab welcomes Phys 335 graduate students Henry Liu and Diego Sepulveda. Welcome, Henry and Diego!
Sep. 30, 2020- Nikola is chosen to participate in the NSF QISE-NET program. Congratulations, Nikola!
Sep. 28, 2020- Shuolong wins a new NSF grant to support the development of a nano-scale MBE system for fabricating quantum devices from exotic materials! See here for more information.
Jun. 15, 2020- Yang Lab returns from COVID-19 lockdown in limited capacity.
Feb. 17, 2020- ARPES bake is complete, and Light Conversion and Coherent laser systems are installed. Experiments here we come!
Sep. 12, 2019- Our lab renovation in the Jones basement is done! We have a new lab and new student office.
Apr. 10, 2019. Shuolong’s paper on coherent phonon studies in Bi2212 using time-resolved ARPES has been accepted by Phys. Rev. Lett. (pre-print on arXiv)
Apr. 1, 2019- The Yang Group is officially launched by Chenhui, Riku, and Shuolong.
Sep. 13, 2018- We are excited to have Dr. Chenhui Yan join us in April 2019 as a postdoctoral scholar. Welcome, Chenhui!
May 31, 2018- Shuolong gave an invited talk on “Understanding the co-operative optimization of FeSe” at the 2nd Emergent Phenomena in Quantum Systems Postdoctoral Symposium, hosted by the Moore foundation.
Mar. 7, 2018- Shuolong gave an invited talk on “Understanding the co-operative optimization of FeSe/SrTiO3 thin films” at the American Physical Society March Meeting in L.A. Talk abstract.