My research interests are in the fields of quantum information, the physics of transport in semiconductor devices, and nanoscale and low-temperature physics in general. My previous work involved studying topological insulator nanowires and their behaviour in conjunction with a superconductor. I am currently working on coupling donors in silicon to quantum dot devices.
I can read ancient egyptian hieroglyphs (and I can confirm that they were also great fans of beer).
- Charge dynamics and spin blockade in a hybrid double quantum dot in silicon, M Urdampilleta, A Chatterjee, CC Lo, T Kobayashi, J Mansir, S Barraud, AC Betz, S Rogge, MF Gonzalez-Zalba, JJL Morton. Phys Rev X 5 031024 (2015) (ArXiv preprint)
- Structural and electrical characterization of Bi2Se3 nanostructures grown by metal–organic chemical vapor deposition LD Alegria, MD Schroer, A Chatterjee, GR Poirier, M Pretko, SK Patel, JR Petta Nano Lett 124711 (2012)