Moire Material

`Moire' materials produced by stacking monolayers with small relative twist angles are of intense current interest for the range of correlated electron phenomena they exhibit and for their high degree of experimental controllability. The emergent low energy electronic theory includes a `pseudo-magnetic field' arising from the interplay of inter-plane hybridization and Moire twist angle.


My work on twisted graphene layers:

[1] Jie Wang, Jennifer Cano, Andrew J. Millis, Zhao Liu and Bo Yang (2021). Exact Landau Level Description of Geometry and Interaction in a Flatband. PhysRevLett.127.246403

[2] Jie Wang and Zhao Liu (2021). Hierarchy of Ideal Flatbands in Chiral Twisted Multilayer Graphene Models. arXiv:2109.10325 (PRL accepted, Editor's suggestion)

[3] Jie Wang, Yunqin Zheng, Andrew J. Millis and Jennifer Cano (2021). Chiral Approximation to Twisted Bilayer Graphene: Exact Intra-Valley Inversion Symmetry, Nodal Structure and Implications for Higher Magic Angles. PhysRevResearch.3.023155


My work on twisted transition metal dichalcogenides:

[4] Jie Wang, Jiawei Zang, Jennifer Cano and Andrew J. Millis (2021). Staggered Pseudo Magnetic Field in Twisted Transition Metal Dichalcogenides: Physical Origin and Experimental Consequences. arXiv:2110.14570

[5] Jiawei Zang, Jie Wang, Jennifer Cano and Andrew J. Millis (2021). Hartree-Fock Study of the Moiré Hubbard Model for Twisted Bilayer Transition Metal Dichalcogenides. PhysRevB.104.075150 (Editor's Suggestion)

[6] Jiawei Zang, Jie Wang, Jennifer Cano, Antoine Georges and Andrew J. Millis (2021). Dynamical Mean Field Theory of Moiré Bilayer Transition Metal Dichalcogenides: Phase Diagram, Resistivity, and Quantum Criticality. arXiv:2112.03080

[7] Alex Wietek, Jie Wang, Jiawei Zang, Jennifer Cano, Antoine Georges and Andrew J. Millis (2022). Tunable Stripe Order and Weak Superconductivity in the Moire Hubbard Model. arXiv 2204.04229


My work on other moire systems:

[8] Daniele Guerci, Jie Wang, J. H. Pixley, Jennifer Cano (2022). Designer of Meron Lattice on the Surface of a Topological Insulator. arXiv: 2203.04986