Studies of light-matter interaction in quantum confined system have provided great insight into diverse and fundamental problems such as many-body interactions and quantum entanglement. We use and develop a variety of optical spectroscopy tools. 

 

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Lectures by Elaine

July 24, 2019
Dr. Li is giving several invited lectures and presentations this summer. These include a lecture at the international nanophotonics summer school at AMOLF and a presentation at the conference of Fundamental Optical Processes in Semiconductors (FOPS 2019). The slides can be found at https://amolf.nl/nanophotonics-school-lectures.  She also gave a talk to a group of high school students enrolled in the "Alice in Wonderland" program at UT. The program is designed to encourage high school students to pursue a degree in STEM fields (https://sites.cns.utexas.edu/aliceinwonderland/home). 

Welcome to Sophia Chin and Michael Delarosa

June 10, 2019
We welcomed a Research Experience for Teacher participant Sophia Chin and a Research Experience for Undergraduates participant Michael Delarosa to our lab this summer. These activities are supported and coordinated by the Texas MRSEC funded by NSF. Check out https://mrsec.utexas.edu/ for more information about this exciting research center. 

Congratulations to Kha Tran

May 24, 2019
Congratulations to Dr. Kha Tran for receiving his PhD degree. After a successful graduate career, Dr. Tran is moving to Naval Research Laboratory supported by a prestigious NRC postdoc fellowship.

Congrats to Kai Hao

May 16, 2018
Congratulations Kai Hao, for receiving the outstanding graduate thesis award this year.
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Xiaoqin (Elaine) Li

Professor of Physics

University of Texas-Austin

Office: RLM 13.318

Email: elaineli@physics.utexas.edu

Tel: 512-471-2063

Fax: 512-471-9637