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Department of Physics & Astronomy Colloquium

Quantized Hall States in Emerging Two-dimensional Topological Materials towards Device Applications

4:00 pm–5:00 pm
Jorgensen Hall Room: 136
Physics Department, (402) 472-2770,
Dr. Gang Qiu of UCLA will present his topic, “Quantized Hall States in Emerging Two-dimensional Topological Materials towards Device Applications” in-person. Coffee and cookies available beforehand at 3:30pm. Zoom will be set-up for people who cannot attend in person.

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Meeting ID: 933 4747 7738

ABSTRACT: Quantum Hall (QH) effect and quantum anomalous Hall (QAH) effect are macroscopic manifestations of quantum phenomena in topological electronics systems. They feature dissipation-less zero longitudinal resistance and quantized Hall resistance that only depends on fundamental physical constants (h/e2).
In this talk, I will present the material growth, quantum transport, and device applications of two emerging two-dimensional (2D) topological materials, Kramers-Weyl semiconductor 2D tellurene, and magnetic topological insulator Cr-doped (BiSe)2Te3, which hosts QH and QAH effects respectively. Unique material properties and electronic band structures are revealed by analyzing QH sequences and the scaling behavior in QAH. In addition, the high material quality and loss-less transport in quantized Hall states enable classical and quantum devices in various applications from MOSFETs, cryo-electronics, to quantum

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