Professor, Ph.D. MIT 1996.
My research interests focus on electron physics in low-dimensional systems;
quantum wells, quantum wires and quantum dots. Electron-electron interaction
leads to a number of fascinating phenomena in these systems, such as the
formation of Luttinger liquid in one-dimensional
systems, and the Coulomb blockade of electron transport in quantum dots.
I am also interested in the physics of disorder both in quantum and classical
1999 A. P. Sloan Fellowship
1999 David and Lucille Packard Fellowship
1999 NSF CAREER award