Welcome to X-lab.

Novel Materials for Quantum Computers

Established in September 2011, our group develop and use

optical and electrical probes to study novel phases in

condensed matter systems. Some of these phases are characterized by spontaneous symmetry breaking while others possess topological order. We are particularly interested in topological insulators, topological superconductors, 2D materials and quantum Hall systems. Their novel properties may be exploited for topologically protecting quantum computing.

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Postdoc: Please contact Jing Xia directly.

Graduate student: Motivated graduate students are welcome to do a “rotation” in our group before formally joining us.

Undergraduate student: Please enroll in PHY195 undergraduate research course under advisor name Jing Xia. We strongly encourage interested students to apply for UROP fellowships (www.urop.uci.edu).