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Ultrafast manipulation of electronic structure in 2D materials

Alessandra Lanzara (UC Berkeley and Berkeley Lab)
Wed, 06/08/2014 - 11:00am to 12:00pm
S13-M01-11 (Physics Conference Room)
Antonio Castro Neto
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Recent developments of table top laser sources have changed the way we study and control material properties, previously achieved through chemical substitutions or with static perturbations such as pressure, electric and magnetic fields. In this talk I will present few examples of how the emerging tool of time and angle resolved photoemission spectroscopy is changing the way we study the properties of a variety of 2D materials and how this tool will allow measurements of devices under working conditions; access to hidden states of matter, as well as design of new photo functional materials. The case of unconventional superconductors and graphene will be discussed in details illustrating the power of this unique time-resolved spectroscopy.

Alessandra Lanzara

Physics Department, University of California, Berkeley, USA 
Materials Science Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley USA

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