The group is focused on studying the transport properties of quantum devices, which are fabricated on a high mobility GaAs/AlGaAs semiconductor wafer. We design and fabricate unique quantum devices by using Quantum Point Contact, Quantum Dot, Aharonov-Bohm interferometers and etc. as building blocks. We are especially interested in studying quantum entanglement and many body interactions in qunatum devices. Also, we are developing a new type of logic gates by exploiting the quantum transport nature of quantum point contacts. Finally we are developing precision measurement systems to study shot noise, cross correlation and ultra low level current measurement and etc.
• Quantum entanglement
• Ondemand electron entangled pair generation
• Many body interactions in quantum dot system
• Frustated states in a Triple Quantum Dot.
• Logic gates based on Quantum Point Contact
• Development of precision transport measurement systems

Charge Frustration in a Triangular Triple Quantum Dot
We experimentally investigate the charge (isospin) frustration induced by a geometrical symmetry in a triangular triple quantum dot. We observe the ground-state charge configurations of sixfold degeneracy, the manifestation of the frustration. The frustration results in omnidirectional charge transport, and it is accompanied by nearby nontrivial triple degenerate states in the charge stability diagram. The ?ndings agree with a capacitive interaction model. We also observe unusual transport by the frustration, which might be related to elastic cotunneling and the interference of trajectories through the dot. This work demonstrates a unique way of studying geometrical frustration in a controllable way.
Reference : Physical Review Letters 110, 046803 (2013)

Quantum point contact with large subband energy spacings
Quantum point contact (QPC) with an extra metallic gate in between the split gates of a conventional QPC was fabricated and studied. Clear conductance quantization was observed at 4.2 K when a proper positive voltage was set to the middle gate of the QPC. The maximum energy spacing between the ground and the ?rst exited state of the QPC was around 7 meV which is at least a few times larger than that of conventional QPCs. Using same approach, a possibility of making a relatively clean and long 1D wire has been tested
Reference : Applied Physics Letters 100, 183502 (2012)


The position for Ph.D. and Master course students is open. Please contact us by email.

The position for undergraduate students who want to conduct a small project in the lab is open for all year around.

EP2DS, the 22th International Conference on Electronic Properties of 2D Systems, will be held in America.


Division of Convergence Technology
Korea Research Institute of standard and science

Braun Center for Submicron Research
Weizmann Institue of Science

Mesoscopic and Quantum Device Laboratory, Department of Physics, Pusan National University, Busan, 709-635, Republic of Korea
Designed and Maintained by Yunchul Chung. (29/JAN/2013)