Joshua Folk Physicist
Joshua Folk’s research group studies the electronic properties of nanometer- and micron-scale devices at the extremely low temperatures where electronic transport is dominated by quantum mechanical effects. Many of their experiments focus on electron spin. Some of their current projects include spin current control and measurement in GaAs circuits; graphene nanoelectronics; and thermodynamic probes of the fractional quantum Hall effect.
Alfred Sloan Fellowship, 2010.
Department of Defense Graduate Research Fellowship, 1998-2002.
J. Renard et al, "Origins of Nonlocality Near the Neutrality Point in Graphene," Phys. Rev. Lett., vol. 112, pp. 116601, March 2014.
Fellow Quantum Materials
University of British ColumbiaDepartment of Physics & Astronomy
PhD (Physics) Stanford University
BSc (Honors Physics) Stanford University
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