Mon, 05/02/2022

Nina's PhD Thesis "Machine Learning-Augmented Spectroscopies for Intelligent Materials Design” has been selected to publish as Springer Thesis series, which "recognizes outstanding PhD research" and "brings together a selection of the very best Ph.D. theses from around the world and across the...

Fri, 04/15/2022

Nathan Drucker has been selected to receive the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science Graduate Student Research (SCGSR) award. Congratulations!

Thu, 03/24/2022


An MIT team incorporates AI to facilitate the detection of an intriguing materials phenomenon that can lead to electronics without energy dissipation.

Thu, 02/17/2022

There has been an effect, termed proximity effect, that can lead to spintronics without energy dissipation or qubits with error tolerance. However, identifying proximity effect has been nontrivial: the effect extends about ~1 nanometer space, comparable to instrumental resolution for neutron...

Thu, 08/19/2021

Our work on using grazing-incidence inelastic X-ray scattering to demonstrate many-body localization phase is highlighted at MIT News. Congratulations!

Thu, 08/12/2021

In the 2021 Joint Nanoscience and Neutron Scattering User Meeting at ORNL, Nina won the Best Student Presentation Award. Big Congratulations!

Thu, 07/15/2021

Our Group members Tongtong and Thanh received the MathWorks Science Fellowship. They represent awardees at Physics Department from School of Science, and NSE from School of Engineering, respectively. Big Congratulations to Tongtong and Thanh!