Welcome to the Ultrafast NanoOptics Group!
We are interested in probing and controlling light-matter interactions in condensed matter systems, with an emphasis on novel physical phenomena emerging in nanoscale structures and quantum phenomena in novel low dimensional materials. We develop and employ novel optical spectroscopy that simultaneously achieves ultrabroadband energy tunability, polarization control, nanometer spatial resolution, and femptosecond temporal resolution.
We are affilated with the Physics Department at the University of California, Berkeley; the Materials Sciences Division of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and the Kavli Energy NanoSciences Institute.
October 2016: Jonghwan and Chenhao make a clean sweep with papers published in Nature Physics and Advanced Materials. Great work guys!
October 2016: Feng is elected Fellow of the American Physical Society (APS). Congrats!
September 2016: Our work on the electronic structure of phosphorene is published in Nature Nanotechnology (Link)
July 2016: Sheng passed the qualifying examination. Congratulations!
May 2016: Our work on Soliton-dependent plasmon reflection at bilayer graphene domain walls has been published in Nature Materials (Link)
Sep 2015: Our work on characterization and manipulation of individual defects in insulating boron nitride has been published in Nature Nanotechnology (Link)
May 2015: Long and Jonghwan get their PhDs!! Congrats guys!
May 2015: Our work on designing “diatomic” high Q tunable dielectric gratings is published in Optics Express (Link)
December 2014: Our work on Optimizing Broadband Terahertz Modulation with Hybrid Graphene/Metasurface Structures is published in Nano Letters (Link)
December 2014: Our work on using circularly polarized light to manipulate valley degree of freedom in WSe2 is published in Science (Link)
October 2014: Our work on observing intrinsic bandage and Landau level renormalization in Graphene/BN heterostructure has been published in Nature Communications (Link)
October 2014: Our work on determining gate-dependent pseudo spin mixing term in Graphene/BN superlattices has been published in Nature Physics (Link)
August 2014: Our work on probing local strain at MX2-Metal boundaries with surface plasmon enhanced raman scattering has been published in Nano Letters (Link).
August 2014: Our work on ultrafast charge transfer between atomically thin MoS2/WS2 hetereolayers has been published in Nature Nanotechnology (Link).
June 2014: Our work on absorption cross-section determination of individual carbon nanotubes is published in PNAS (Link).
May 2014: Xiaoping gets the first Wang Lab PhD! Congrats Xiaoping, we’ll miss you!
Update Date: October/2016