Dr. Sunxiang Huang

Assistant Professor
Fall 2017 class:   PHY 360
email: sxhuang@physics.miami.edu
voice: (305) 284 7112
Fax: (305) 284 4222
Rm 310, James L. Knight Physics Building
1320 Campo Sano Ave., Coral Gables, Fl. 33146

My research interests lie in experimental condensed matter physics, specializing in nanoscale physics, strongly correlated systems, new materials, spintronic phenomena, and superconductivity. My recent focuses have been on the fabrication of new materials, especially thin films, multilayer structures with built-in nanostructures, and on the studies of their unusual magnetic, transport (charge, spin, and heat), and superconducting properties. These studies not only reveal the novel physics, and when situation permits, also advance technological applications. Some of my other studies also include novel bulk materials, such as B20 Skyrmion single crystals. The research areas my group will pursue in the coming years include topological spin textures, pure spin current phenomena, spin caloritronics, and topological insulators.

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