REU (Research Experience for Undergraduates) students spend summer 2022 in Princeton labs
June 23, 2022

After two years of having to put one of the most anticipated undergraduate summer programs on pause due to COVID-related restrictions, in June of 2022, PCCM opened its doors again and hosted 9 REU students from 7 different states/territories (ranging from Puerto Rico to California to Idaho and more)!

The students are currently…

Experiments in twisted, layered quantum materials offer new picture of how electrons behave
June 8, 2022

Below is from an article by Tom Garlinghouse for the Department of Physics (June 8, 2022).

A recent experiment detailed in the journal Nature is challenging our picture of how electrons behave in quantum materials. Using stacked layers of a material called…

Howard Stone elected to the Royal Society
May 20, 2022

This article was written by the Office of Engineering Communications.

Howard A. Stone, chair of the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, has been named a Foreign Member of the Royal Society, the scientific academy of the United Kingdom.

Stone, the…

IRG-A investigators reveal new quantum state in novel material
May 20, 2022

This article was written by Wendy Plump, Department of Chemistry.

In an experiment related to the theory of Luttinger Liquids (LLs), a team led by Princeton University physicists and chemists reports the realization of a one-dimensional linear array of LLs in a moiré superlattice – a new quantum state in an engineered structure made…