Research in the electronic structures group (ESG) is focused on electronic structure studies of strongly correlated systems, e.g., high-Tc superconductors, and correlated topological system.
While various novel spectroscopic techniques are used in the electronic structure studies in ESG, our main tool is angle-resolved photoemission spectro-scopy (ARPES), which provides direct information of the electronic structures of materials such as band dispersions and Fermi surfaces.
We currently have a cluster comprised of UV-. laser-ARPES and ultrathin-film growth facility which en-ables in situ measurements. We also utilize ARPES systems at synchrotron facilities around the world.