Seeing the ultrasmall, capturing the ultrafast!
We are developing and using advanced optical techniques
for investigating ultrafast processes in complex material systems. Experimental techniques that we use include time-resolved ARPES, ultrafast
electron diffraction, pump-probe spectroscopy, transient grating spectroscopy, second harmonic generation and time-resolved
terahertz spectroscopy. We are especially interested in using these techniques
to understand fascinating properties of strongly correlated electron systems
and topological insulators.
Our lab welcomes students, postdocs, and visiting scholars regardless of identity.
We strive to be an inclusive group and we value diversity in backgrounds, ideas, and experiences.
As a group, we are committed to reflecting on the issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI),
especially their impact on our group and the scientific community as a whole.
We explicitly dedicate a portion of our group meetings to holding a DEI Journal Club to discuss these topics.
We are also committed to upholding the MIT Physics Community Values.
You can find more information about our group by
following the links on the left.