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Tool Development

Schematic of a microwave impedance microscopy probe.

As an experimental research group in condensed matter physics, we are known for developing and utilizing angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy (ARPES) to study complex material systems. Over the last decade, we have also developed other novel spectroscopic and imaging tools, such as time-resolved ARPES, soft X-ray scattering, and microwave impedance microscopy, which expands our field of vision into the q-space, the real space and the time domain. Besides, we have developed molecular beam epitaxy systems combined with in-situ ARPES, which allow us to create new materials with atomic precision and study the extreme properties of surfaces and interfaces.