News

September 2019

Our work on twisted bilayer graphene is featured at OSU news and Department of Energy University Research News headline.

April 2019

Shi Che received the 2019 Presidential Fellowship. Congratulations to Shi!

April 2019

Emilio Codecido received the Bunny and Thomas Clark scholarship. Congratulations to Emilio!

June 2018

Physics World reports our work on long distance spin transport through a graphene quantum Hall antiferromagnet.

January 2017

We are moving to The Ohio State University!

June 2016

Greyson Voigt received Michael Devirian Award for Outstanding Achievement by a 2nd Year Undergraduate Student.

December 2015

Dr Lau is an Associate Editor at Nano Letters.

June 2015

Petr Stepanov and Nathaniel Gillgren received the Michael Devirian Award for Outstanding 3rd Year Graduate Student.

June 2014

Yongjin Lee received Robert T. Poe Memorial Scholarship Award for Outstanding PhD Graduate.

June 2013

Dr. Lau received Chancellor’s Award for Fostering Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement.

May 2013

Hang Zhang received the Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Self-Financed Students Abroad.

Aug. 6, 2012

Dr. Lau interviewed by ScienceToday.

May 2012

Wenzhong Bao received the Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Self-Financed Students Abroad.

February 2012

Jairo Velasco Jr. is awarded the UC President’s Postdoc Fellowship.

Jan. 24, 2012

Bilayer graphene as an insulator (UCR News room)

Sept. 26, 2011

Why graphene holds the key to the future (UCR News roomNanowerk)

May 9, 2011

Stacking order tunes graphene’s properties (UCR News room)

April, 2011

Philip Kratz is awarded the NSF Graduate Fellowship.

May 12, 2010

‘Few-layer’ graphene keeps its cool (Physicsworld)

May 10, 2010

Cooling Down Electronics With Graphene (Discovery)

Aug. 12, 2009

Scientists Manipulate Ripples In Graphene, Enabling Strain-Based Graphene Electronics (ScienceDaily)

July 9, 2009

Dr. Lau Receives Highest Honor U.S. Government Bestows on Young Scientists or Engineers (PECASE) for the 2008 competition. (UCR newsroom)

Sep 3, 2008
Suspended top gates make good graphene junctions(nanotechweb)

Sep. 17, 2007
Could Graphene Replace Silicon in Electronics? (ScienceDaily)

Sep 14, 2007
Experiment finds graphene’s missing pi (Physicsworld)

Feb 27, 2008
Graphene continues to amaze(Physicsworld)