Understanding fundamental heat and charge transport at the nanoscale, in nanowires, two-dimensional materials and hybrid materials. In particular, we are interested in interactions between electrons, phonons and photons in nanoscale materials and how these can be manipulated to design and create novel functional devices, specifically for renewable energy technologies such as thermoelectrics, PV and thermo-photovoltaics.
Published in Science Featured in: LBL News, Forbes, Indian Express, Materials Today
Symposium DD: Advanced Materials for Thermoelectrics
03 Mar 2017 High Thermoelectric Powerfactor in 2D MoS2, Published in Physical Review B
21 Feb 2017 Remembering Millie Dresselhaus - Thank you, Millie! You opened up a whole new world to us!
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