Welcome to our research group at the University of Michigan.
Our research focuses on the interactions of electron spins
and photons in semiconductor nanostructures for potential
applications in novel spintronic and optoelectronic devices.

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Recent group news:

Jan. 2017: "Structural differences between capped GaSb nanostructures grown by Stranski-Krastanov and droplet epitaxy growth modes" is published in Journal of Applied Physics (link to article)

July 2016: "Long-Lived Hole Spin/Valley Polarization Probed by Kerr Rotation in Monolayer WSe2" is published in Nano Letters (link to article)

Mar. 2016: Marta, Michael, and Xinlin present at the APS March Meeting in Baltimore, Maryland

Nov. 2015: "Resonant and time-resolved spin noise spectroscopy" is published in Applied Physics Letters (link to article)

July 2015: Brennan has successfully defended his thesis. Congratulations, Dr. Pursley!

May 2015: "g-factor modification in a bulk InGaAs epilayer by an in-plane electric field" is published as a Rapid Communication in Physical Review B (link to article)

May 2015: Chris has successfully defended his thesis. Congratulations, Dr. Trowbridge!

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