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Raymond Ashoori

Professor of Physics
Division Head, Atomic, Biophysical, and Condensed Matter Physics
Focus of research lies in the study of interacting electronic systems in low dimensional electronic structures.

Robert Birgeneau

Professor of Physics, Emeritus
Primarily concerned with the phases and phase transition behavior of novel states of matter.

Joseph Checkelsky

Mitsui Career Development Associate Professor of Physics
Focuses on the study of exotic electronic states of matter through the synthesis, measurement, and control of solid state materials.

Riccardo Comin

Class of 1947 Career Development Associate Professor of Physics
He explores the novel phases of matter that can be found in electronic solids with strong interactions, also known as quantum materials.

Nuh Gedik

Professor of Physics
His research centers on using advanced optical techniques for probing and controlling properties of quantum materials.

Thomas Greytak

Lester Wolfe Professor of Physics, Emeritus
With his colleague Daniel Kleppner, he helped to pioneer the field of Bose-Einstein condensation and quantum gasses.

Erich Ippen

Elihu Thomson Professor of Electrical Engineering Emeritus
Professor of Physics Emeritus
Ippen is a principal investigator in the Research Laboratory of Electronics (RLE).

Pablo Jarillo-Herrero

Cecil and Ida Green Professor of Physics
Best known for his groundbreaking research on twistronics.

Long Ju

Assistant Professor of Physics
Research focuses on understanding light-matter interactions in novel quantum materials.

Marc Kastner

Donner Professor of Science, Emeritus
His research group at MIT discovered the single electron transistor in 1990.

J. David Litster

Professor of Physics, Emeritus
Research interests have been the experimental study of phase transitions in unusual states of matter.

William Oliver

Professor of Physics
Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (as of July 2021)
Lincoln Laboratory Fellow
Director, Center for Quantum Engineering
Is a recognized leader in the quantum engineering of extensible superconducting quantum circuits.

Marin Soljačić

Professor of Physics
Focuses on nanophotonics, and on intersections between AI and Physics.