The newly formed Center for Quantum Materials Synthesis, through support from Rutgers University and the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, will drastically accelerate the pace of quantum materials discoveries/innovations.
This Center will explore transformative "active wafer" projects by synergistically combining the expertise of single crystal growths of novel materials and those of advanced thin film growths via PLD and MBE techniques
As a collaborative hub, cQMS will host visitors to champion rapid development and transfer of materials synthesis and fabrication techniques, protocols, knowledge and insights, especially those relevant to the "active wafer" projects, but also including the science of film deposition on various wafers.
One of the major goals of cQMS is to serve the quantum materials community by identifying and developing the most critical active wafers and thin film growth recipes for both fundamental and technological applications.
We are just getting started with this project - Look for changes in the near future..
- Sang-Wook Cheong (Director, bulk crystals, email@example.com)
- Jak Chakhalian (Co-Director, thin films, firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Seongshik Oh (Co-Director, thin films, email@example.com)