QMO Lab

Nathaniel Gabor
JET Distinguished Associate Professor of Physics
Research: Light and Quantum Matter
Professor Gabor mentors several postdoctoral, graduate, and undergraduate researchers on shared and individual experimental projects. These projects explore the fundamental interactions of light and matter at ultra-small length scales, and range from data-intensive optical probes of photosynthetic bacteria to demonstrations of exotic electronic behavior in designer quantum materials.
Nathan's CV

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Trevor Arp
UCR Physics Graduate Student
Research:
Magneto-optoelectronic probes of graphene
Jacky Wan
UCR Physics Graduate Student
Research:
Fabrication and magneto-optoelectronics of atomic layer devices
Jedediah Kistner-Morris
UCR Physics Graduate Student
Research:
Fluctuations in nanoscale optoelectronic devices
Farima Farahmand
UCR Physics Graduate Student
Research:
Fabrication of twisted atomic layer devices
David Mayes
UCR Physics Graduate Student
Research:
Magneto-optoelectronic studies of nanoscale heterostructures
Esat Kilinc
UCR Physics Graduate Student
Research:
Data Intensive measurements of photosynthetic bacteria
Zachary Miller
UCR Physics Graduate Student
Research:
Transport properties in 2D materials
Abby Leung
UCR Physics Undergraduate Student
Research:
Viper vision and neuro-morphic infrared photocell networks