Carnegie Mellon University

Jyoti Katoch

Assistant Professor


Condensed Matter Experiment
Wean Hall 6414
412-268-8897

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Prof. Jyoti Katoch

Education & Professional Experience

PhD: University of Central Florida (2014)
B.S.: Panjab University (India), Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry (2004)

Honors and Awards:
DOE Early Career Research Award, 2019

 

Assistant Professor, Carnegie Mellon University, 2018–
Research Scientist, Ohio State University, 2016–2018
Post-doctoral Research: Ohio State University, 2014–2016 

Research Interests

I am interested in investigating the electronic, optical and spin dependent properties of novel quantum materials like two-dimensional materials and their devices. I have expertise in controlling the properties of 2D materials using atomic scale modifications (adatoms, heterostructures, proximity effects, etc.) with an intent to tweak their properties on demand, as well as explore novel physical phenomenons emerging due to such modifications.

My research focuses on growth of novel quantum materials using molecular beam epitaxy (MBE) techniques and state-of-the-art characterization tools. We utilize a unique in-situ low temperature ultra-high vacuum magneto-transport measurement setup with capabilities to evaporate controlled amount of adatoms, and simultaneously perform quantum transport, Raman and photoluminsence spectroscopy on devices. In addition, we study the electronic band structure of mesoscopic sized quantum materials and devices using in-operando NanoARPES with a spatial resolution reaching up to 50 nm at MASTERO beamline in Advanced light source.

Selected Publications

Søren Ulstrup et al., Imaging microscopic electronic contrasts at the interface of single-layer WS2 with oxide and boron nitride substrates, Appl. Phys. Lett. 114, 151601 (2019)

Rahul Rao et al., Spectroscopic evaluation of charge-transfer doping and strain in graphene/MoS2 heterostructures, Phys. Rev. B 99, 195401 (2019)

Jyoti Katoch et al., Transport Spectroscopy of Sublattice-Resolved Resonant Scattering in Hydrogen-Doped Bilayer Graphene, Phys. Rev. Lett. 121, 136801 (2018)

Roland J. Koch et al., Electronic Structure of Exfoliated and Epitaxial Hexagonal Boron Nitride, Phys. Rev. Mat. 2, 074006 (2018)

Jyoti Katoch et al., Giant spin-splitting and gap renormalization driven by trions in single-layer WS2/h-BN heterostructures, Nature Phys. 14, 355 (2018)

Simranjeet Singh et al., Strontium oxide tunnel barriers for high quality spin transport and large spin accumulation in graphene, Nano Lett. 17, 7578 (2017)

Jinsong Xu et al., Growth of uniform CaGe2 films by alternating layer molecular beam epitaxy, J. Crystal Growth 460, 134 (2017)

Simranjeet Singh et al., Strong modulation of spin currents in bilayer graphene by static and uctuating proximity exchange fieldsPhys. Rev. Lett. 118, 187201 (2017)

Søren Ulstrup et al., Spatially Resolved Electronic Properties of Single-Layer WS2 on Transition Metal Oxides, ACS Nano 10, 11, 10058 (2016)

Maxx Q. Arguilla et al., NaSn2As2: An Exfoliatable Metallic van der Waals Zintl PhaseACS Nano 10, 10, 9500 (2016)

Jyoti Katoch, Adatom induced phenomenon in graphene, Invited Review article, Synthetic Metals, 210, A, 68 (2015)

Jyoti Katoch et al., Uncovering the dominant scatterer in graphene sheets on SiO2, Phys. Rev. B 82, 081417(R) (2010)

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