Prof. Wu also holds appointments in the Berkeley Nanoscience and Nanoengineering Institute and the Applied Science and Technology Graduate Program at U. C. Berkeley, and the Materials Sciences Division at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
We explore novel properties and applications of strongly correlated electron materials with reduced dimensions, phase transitions at the nanometer scale, and thermoelectrics and photovoltaics of semiconductor films, nanostructures, interfaces and composites.
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# Prof. Wu speaks at the Peking University Graduation Ceremony 2014 as the alumni representative.
# Prof. Wu is on sabbatical in Tsinghua University, Beijing, March-June, and on residency research in Singapore, July-December, 2014. He can be reached by email.
# Our postdoc Dr. Sefaattin Tongay now takes the job as an Assistant Professor at Arizona State University. Congratulations Prof. Tongay!
# Prof. Wu won the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE)!
# Recent new papers accepted at
Nature Communications: "Monolayer behaviour in bulk ReS2 due to electronic and vibrational decoupling."
# PhD student researcher positions available in the group!