Welcome! The Feldman lab is interested in exploring correlated electronic states and topological phenomena that emerge in nanoscale quantum materials and devices. We use a variety of tools ranging from transport measurements to scanning probe microscopy to study these effects from both a local and global perspective. Please see the research section for more detail about our interests and tools.
Summer 2019 - Welcome Connor
Connor Cremers is a freshman at Stanford and the latest member to join our group as a summer undergraduate. Welcome!
April 15, 2019 - Almost there...
Happily, lab construction has commenced again after a lengthy permitting delay and we should be up and running soon! Can't wait to unpack these crates.
February 19, 2019 - Sloan Research Fellowship
Ben was selected as a Sloan recipient. We'll be working to study strongly correlated and topological phases in van der Waals heterostructures. Thanks to the Sloan Foundation for your generous support!
November 15, 2018 - Terman Scholar
Ben was awarded a Terman Fellowship. We aim to investigate 2D quantum spin Hall insulators with a local scanned probe and work toward engineering Majorana modes in these systems. Thanks to the Terman Fund for supporting our work!
September 2018 - Welcome, Jesse and Carlos
We're happy to have Jesse Hoke and Carlos Kometter on board as the newest two graduate students in the group!
Summer 2018 - Welcome, Alec
Alec Lau is an engineering physics major at Stanford and will be spending the summer designing and building a custom setup to fabricate SET tips. Hoping for a great summer undergraduate experience!
September 2018 - EPiQS Young Investigator Network
Thank you very much to the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation for providing funding to reprise the EPiQS Postdoctoral Symposium in 2018 and 2019 as part of the Emergent Phenomena in Quantum Systems program! As part of the same effort, we're also working to build up a more closely knit network of graduate students and postdocs in the Bay and Boston areas, respectively.
April 2018 - Welcome, Jiachen
Jiachen Yu is the first graduate student to join the group. Looking forward to lots of fun and exciting physics once we set up the lab!