Our group studies magnetic and electronic materials, using NMR
spectroscopy, magnetic measurements, computational methods, and other
techniques. This includes studies of emergent topological materials,
advanced thermoelectric materials, and
quantum effects in new semiconductors. In addition we are investigating new
magnetic materials, including materials of interest for magnetocaloric
Dedicated facilities include a solid state wide-line NMR spectrometer with 9T superconducting magnet, operating from 2 K to 550 K, and a number of sample preparation facilities and cryostats for transport and magnetization studies. We also use a wide range of advanced shared facilities at Texas A&M.
New Graduate Fellowship Opportunity: Data-Enabled Discovery and Design of Energy Materials. See the D3EM website for further information.