I study the electronic properties of two dimensionnal materials, in particular graphene. I am interested in using this material to build hybrid quantum systems.
The gyromagnetic factor of a confined hole in silicon is anisotropic and electric field dependant. This will allow its coherent manipulation with electric fields.
Large nonlocal signals are created by both thermal and spin currents in graphene at high magnetic field.
In graphene magnetic defects are found to be the limiting factor for spin relaxation.
In silicon nano-mosfet electrons can be confined into the corners due to the strong electric fields.