• Tue, 06/07/2016

    I will be leading session 2 of the tutorial for modeling of two dimensional materials during the summer school at the University of Minnesota. Please download the material from here. If you want to express your appreciation for...

  • Mon, 03/21/2016

    Our work on valley plasmons in two dimensional materials has been covered by MIT news and several other physics news outlets. Here is a link:


  • Thu, 10/08/2015

    I will be defending my PhD thesis in 1-390, starting 3pm on Oct. 9.

    I will discuss two of our recent works:

    1) Valley plasmonics in generic gapped Dirac materials

    2) Tunable hyperbolic polaritons in graphene - hBN systems

    Please drop by if you are interested in either...

  • Wed, 09/02/2015

    Our latest manuscript on ``Chiral plasmon in gapped Dirac systems" is now up on arXiv. Here is the link.

  • Wed, 05/20/2015

    Our recent work on controlling light matter interaction in graphene-hBN heterostructures was covered by MIT news and formed part of MIT spotlight for 20th May, 2015. The news article is here.


  • Fri, 05/15/2015

    Wunsch Foundation Silent Hoist and Crane Award for outstanding thesis, awarded by Mechanical Engineering department at MIT (2015). Many thanks to the Department and my advisor, Prof. Nick Fang for the recognition.


  • Thu, 04/23/2015

    I will be presenting our recent work on light matter interaction in the graphene-hBN at the APS New England section meeting, at Boston University on April 25th. The abstract, time and venue are provided on the APS website here:...

  • Mon, 04/13/2015

    I will present our recent work on phonon-plasmon-polariton modes in graphene-hBN at the micro nano seminar in the Mechanical engineering department. The venue and abstract are given in the flyer below.


  • Tue, 03/04/2014

    Our work was highlighted in the community page for QUEST, one of the flagship Programme Grants of the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), UK. QUEST stands for "The Quest for Ultimate Electromagnetics using Spatial Transformations".


  • Mon, 08/05/2013

    Our work demonstrating coupling between surface acoustic waves and microsphere contact resonances was published in PRL. This research was covered by MIT news here: