Interactions in two dimensions opens a host of novel phenomena and quasiparticle excitations. We are exploring interacting states in atomically-thin layers of transistion metal dichalcogenides.
Welcome to the Williams Research Group
We are a experimental condensed matter group focused on using nanoscale devices to probe topology, interactions and quantum many-body physics.
The glass states has long eluded explanation. We are adding quantum mechanics to the mix to explore the quantum many-body dynamics in glassy systems.
Sillicon is among our highest quality material. We are exploring the quantum materials properties potentially available in silicon in the low-density limit.
We are creating nanoscale devices to probe topological phases of matter
August 29, 2018
Congratulations to Rodney ad Christie for having their first paper published: "Weak-link Josephson Junctions Made from Topological Crystalline Insulators" in Physical Review Letters!
September 20, 2016
The Williams group welcomes two new graduate students Christie Trimble and Kyle Sendgikoski.