Who we are

We are an experimental research group in the physics department at the University of Arkansas.  We are currently building laboratory capabilities for electronic transport measurements at temperatures down to 10 mK and visible to near infrared cryogenic optoelectronic experiments.

PI:  Hugh Churchill

PI:  Hugh Churchill

What we do

Quantum devices have properties that are enabled or enhanced by quantum effects, either by material design, nanostructuring, or both.  We combine physics, materials science, and electrical engineering to fabricate and measure nanoscale electronic and optoelectronic quantum devices.

Atomically thin WSe2 light emitting diode

Atomically thin WSe2 light emitting diode