Our latest result on a quest to create an energy-efficient neuromorphic computer: we have a new hardware implementation of a neural tree using hydrogen-doped nickelate devices, and we image their behavior using nano-focused resonant x rays.
Alex Frano receives the The Sloan Research Fellowship 2020
Alejandro Ruiz et al. report the existence of a high-temperature magnetic anomaly in a three-dimensional Kitaev candidate.
Our two latest results reveal in-plane diffraction rings in superconducting cuprates: Electrochemically doped La2CuO4+y showing a possible glassy state of the dopant oxygens, and T'-Nd2CuO4 showing charge ordering with a full rotational symmetry. The latter was work done in collaboration with our friends in the Comin Research Lab at MIT.
Winter 2019: Alejandro Ruiz joins the group as a UC President's Postdoctoral Fellow.
Fall 2018: A new electronic order in 122 Fe arsenides. Read more here.
Summer 2018: U.S. Department of Energy funds an EFRC to study quantum materials for neuromorphic computing.
Summer 2018: Alex serves in the editorial board of the Honduran Journal of Physics