Cory Dean

Professor, Department of Physics

Cory Dean works with a unique class of two-dimensional materials called van der Waals heterostructure materials—very thin materials made of single atomic layers stacked and held together by weak forces. His techniques have sparked a completely new field of study known as “twistronics.” His work has enabled the exploration of new areas in quantum physics, including superconductivity, topology, and magnetism.

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