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Jiang-Xiazi LinAssistant Professor


Research Area

Condensed Matter Experiment, 2D materials, emergent electronic phenomena, quantum transport


Ph.D. in Physics, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, 2018


Research Interests

I am interested in studying the emergent phenomena in low dimensional quantum materials and exploiting them for future technologies. A special focus is the two-dimensional flat band systems where the interplay between Coulomb correlation, non-trivial topology and spontaneous symmetry breaking gives rise to a rich phase space with multiple experimental tuning nobs. My experimental approaches include fabricating 2D Van der Waals heterostructures with state-of-the-art techniques and performing electrical transport measurements in dilution fridge with strong magnetic fields.

My new lab is looking for postdoc and students at both graduate and undergrad levels starting fall 2024. Motivated students are welcome to contact me at


  • Jiang-Xiazi Lin, et al. “Spin-orbit–driven ferromagnetism at half moiré filling in magic-angle twisted bilayer graphene”, Science 2022
  • Jiang-Xiazi Lin, et al. “Zero-field superconducting diode effect in twisted trilayer graphene”, Nature Physics 2022
  • Jiang-Xiazi Lin, et al. “Determining interaction enhanced valley susceptibility in spin-valley-locked MoS2”, Nano Letters 2019

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