ABOUT

We are a highly interdisciplinary research group in nanoscience and engineering, with expertise in optical and electrical measurements, material synthesis, and theoretical modeling. Our research has primarily focused on the interaction of light with nanostructures, leading to exotic electromagnetic properties not found naturally. These phenomena have plentiful applications in photonics, imaging, energy, and others.

Recent News

Apr 2018: Ying has won 2018 MRS Graduate Student Gold Award.

Apr 2018: Chengzhi and Jun have won 2017 Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Self-financed Students Abroad.

Feb 2018: Our recent work on chiral phonon was highlighted in LBL News and others.

Feb 2018: Our lab alumni Prof. Nicholas Fang has been promoted to full professor at MIT.

Nov 2017: Our lab alumni Prof. Xingjie Ni has won NASA Early Career Faculty award.

Nov 2017: Our lab alumni Prof. Xiaobo Yin has been elected as a Moore Inventor Fellow.

Oct 2017: Our recent work on phase transition was highlighted in LBL News, DOE Basic Energy Sciences, and others.

Sept 2017: Our recent work on acoustics was highlighted in Ocean News and Technology.

Jul 2017: Our recent work on magnetism was highlighted in Physics Today.

Jul 2017: Sui has been selected as 2017 Reaxys Prize Finalist.

Jun 2017: Our recent work on acoustics was highlighted in LBL News, ScienceDaily, phys.org, Digital Trends, NRC, and others.


PROFESSOR XIANG ZHANG'S RESEARCH GROUP
3112 ETCHEVERRY HALL, BERKELEY, CA 94720-1740
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