Neutron scattering studies of correlated electron materials including high-transition temperature superconductors and heavy Fermions
Millikelvin experiments in quantum Hall topological phases
Quantum transport and imaging of non equilibrium 2d electrons
Anderson localization and metal-insulator transitions
Dirac materials including graphene, topological insulators and superconductors
Non-equilibrium quantum dynamics
Spectroscopy of carbon nanotubes
Optics of Excitons in High Magnetic Fields
Terahertz Dynamics in Low-Dimensional Systems
Heavy fermion materials and quantum phase transitions
Novel electronic and magnetic materials
Single-molecule electronics
Organic semiconductors
Single-molecule sensing
Strongly correlated electron systems, Kondo lattices
ab initio calculations of d- and f-electron materials
Complex metal borohydrides as prospective materials for hydrogen storage
Theoretical nanophotonics
Applications of plasmonics and nanphotonics
Magnetic nanstructures
Quantum criticality and non-Fermi liquid behavior in strongly correlated systems
High temperature superconductivity, especially spin dynamics
Links above have complete descriptions of ongoing research programs
Examples of CMP research at Rice: