2D Crystal Consortium - Materials Innovation Platform (2DCC-MIP)

The 2DCC-MIP combines a vibrant in-house research effort focused on transformative advances in the synthesis and characterization of 2D chalcogenide layered materials with a robust external user program that provides access to expertise and state-of-the-art facilities. The 2DCC-MIP platform enables cutting edge research and discovery, across in-house research and the user program, on the synthesis and characterization of 2D chalcogenide materials by a national user community guided by four science drivers: Physics of 2D Systems, Epitaxy of 2D Chalcogenides, Next-generation 2D Electronics, and Advanced Characterization and Modeling.


  • L. J. Riddiford, A. J. Grutter, T. Pillsbury, M. Stanley, D. Reifsnyder Hickey, P. Li, N. Alem, N. Samarth, and Y. Suzuki
    Understanding Signatures of Emergent Magnetism in Topological Insulator/Ferrite Bilayers
    Physical Review Letters
  • M. H. Alam, S. Chowdhury, A. Roy, X. Wu, R. Ge, M. A. Rodder, J. Chen, Y. Lu, C. Stern, L. Houben, R. Chrostowski, S. R. Burlison, S. J. Yang, M. I. Serna, A. Dodabalapur, F. Mangolini, D. Naveh, J. C. Lee, S. K. Banerjee, J. H. Warner, and D. Akinwande
    Wafer-Scalable Single-Layer Amorphous Molybdenum Trioxide
    ACS Nano
  • R. Xiao, D. Xiao, J. Jiang, J. Shin, F. Wang, Y. Zhao, R. Zhang, A. Richardella, K. Wang, M. Kayyalha, M. H. W. Chan, C. Liu, C. Chang, and N. Samarth
    Mapping the phase diagram of the quantum anomalous Hall and topological Hall effects in a dual-gated magnetic topological insulator heterostructure
    Physical Review Research
  • Y. Li, Z. Wang, R. Xiao, Q. Li, K. Wang, A. Richardella, J. Wang, and N. Samarth
    Capping layer influence and isotropic in-plane upper critical field of the superconductivity at the FeSe/SrTiO3 interface
    Physical Review Materials
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  • Eric Hudson
    Department of Physics
  • Zhiqiang Mao
    Department of Physics
  • Kevin Dressler
  • Stephanie Law
  • Joan Redwing
    Department of Materials Science and Engineering
  • Nitin Samarth
    Department of Physics