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In-house Research Program Highlights

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Simplified (and superior!) Synthesis of Nickelate Superconductors (MIP #91)

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Hump in Hall Measurements Insufficient as Evidence for Skyrmions (MIP #87)

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Expanding the Capabilities of Lab-Based ARPES on Quantum Materials (MIP #79)

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Gate-tunable heavy fermions in a moiré Kondo lattice (MIP #74)

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The Electronic Phase Diagram of Moiré Superlattices (MIP #68)

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From Machine Learning to Discovery of New Family Member (MIP #66)

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Lorentz Ptychography for high-resolution, high sensitivity magnetic imaging (MIP #65)

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Engineering Quantum Fabrics with Arbitrary Periodicities (MIP #62)

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Metallicity of Ultrathin SrIrO3/SrRuO3 Heterostructures (MIP #60)

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Robotic Assembly of Quantum Fabrics from Atomically Thin Layers (MIP #58)

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Cleaning up a Quantum Material: from Quantum Enigma to Quantum Oscillations (MIP #48)

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Quantification of Interfacial Electron-Phonon Coupling from Photoemission Replica Bands in a High-Tc Superconductor (MIP #46)

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Cryo-STEM Unveils Electronic Order at the Atomic Scale (MIP #45)

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Discovery of “Pseudogap” Behavior in a Monolayer Thick High-Temperature Superconductor (MIP #43)

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The Highest Resolution Microscope, enabled by a new detector technology, reaches an ultimate resolution limit – the vibrations of atoms themselves (MIP #42)

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When Seemingly Passive Substrates are Active (MIP #37)

Materials By Design

“Band-Structure Engineering” of Quantum Materials to Create a new Superconductor (MIP #36)

Crystal Structure and Bulk Crystal

Discovery and Single Crystal Growth of High Entropy Pyrochlores (MIP #34)

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Atomic-Scale Visualizations of Low-Temperature Phase Transitions (MIP #33)

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When it Comes to Seeing Atoms, Blurrier is Better (MIP #27)

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New Sample Holder for High-Resolution Electron Microscopy at Previously Inaccessible Temperatures (MIP #24)

Pyrochlore Ice Spin Diagram

A Strategy to Make and Manipulate Magnetic Monopoles by Exploiting Interfaces (MIP #23)

RuCl3 Heterolayer diagram

New theoretical approach to tackle interface quantum materials (MIP #22)

Machine Learning

PARADIM machine learning model for  assisted optical floating zone synthesis(MIP#21)

Electron micrographs and illustrations of remote epitaxy

Freeing wafer-scale stacking of single crystals from the shackles of epitaxial constraints (MIP# 20)

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Theory+MBE+ARPES to navigate correlated materials   A new Modality of Materials Discovery (MIP #16)

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An atomically thin ferromagnet—just one atom thick (MIP #12)

Fluid Pressure Stabilization

Pushing boundaries: High pressure, supercritical optical floating zone materials discovery (MIP #11)

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Superconducting Sr2RuO4 Films— key step toward ground-state quantum computing (MIP #10)

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High-Resolution Electron Microscopy gets Cooler Sub-Angstrom Imaging at Cryogenic Temperatures (MIP #8)

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New Detector for Electron Microscopy enables analysis of 2D Materials at record resolution (MIP #6)

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Stretching Valleytronic Materials far beyond Conventional Limits to Tune their Properties (MIP #5)

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Valleytronics Made to Order: Layer-by-Layer Stacking of TMD Sheets with ~cm Dimensions(MIP #4)

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Perturbing Valleytronic Materials to make them Relevant to Ground-State Quantum Computing (MIP #3)

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World-record high pressure floating zone crystal growth (MIP #2)

WTe2 Permalloy Geometry

Low Symmetry Valleytronic Materials Enable Energy Efficient Switching for Magnetic Memories (MIP #1)