Matthew Grayson

Matthew Grayson is an assistant professor at Northwestern University, Illinois, in the department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. His research includes magnetotransport of low-dimensional electron systems such as quantum Hall edges and quantum wires, engineering novel quantum devices to exploit the pseudospin degree of freedom, and investigating thermoelectric properties of unconventional semiconductor superlattices.

Matthew Grayson Published June 29, 2009

Semiconductor Physics | Mesoscopics

By exploiting the concept of particle-hole duality, one can realize a point junction between integer and fractional quantum Hall phases, which constitutes a crucial building block towards possible applications of the quantum Hall effect.