Spectroscopy of Novel Quantum States
Our scientific objectives are focused on understanding the electronic and magnetic properties of low-dimensional systems. We study either systems manufactured in-situ by self-organized growth techniques or ex-situ prepared samples that are stable in air or that we cleave in situ. Historically oriented towards the study of the quantum properties of materials at the atomic scale by scanning tunnel spectroscopy, the team is extending its expertise to reciprocal space with the use of photoemission spectroscopy and is now increasingly interested in the structural and transport properties of in situ fabricated materials. Our research focuses on the investigation of the electronic properties of a large diversity of materials such as superconductors, topological and magnetic materials, and Mott insulators.