The Ultrafast Nano-Optics Group is led by principal investigator Prof. Feng Wang. We are interested in light-matter interaction in condensed matter physics, with an emphasis on novel physical phenomena emerging in nanoscale structures and at surfaces/interfaces.
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).
March 2014: Feng, among 5 recipients, is awarded the Bakar Fellowship(News).
November 2013: Our work of seeing single carbon nanotubes under microscope is published in Nature Nanotechnology(Link).
May 2012: Our work on optical transitions of carbon nanotubes has been published in Nature Nanotechnology(Link).
September 2011: Congratulations to Prof. Wang, who won a Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (News).
October 2010: Feng is one of only 17 scientists across the country to be awarded a Packard Fellowship (News).
January 2010: Feng has won a Department of Energy Early Career Research Grant (News).
April 2008: Our graphene optical study has been published in Science Express (Link).
February 2008: Feng has been awarded a Sloan Fellowship (News).
Update Date: Dec/8/2014