Professor of Physics B.S. Physics, University of Chicago 1985 Ph.D. Physics, MIT 1989 Office: DRL 2N17d Phone: (215) 898-8149 Fax: (215) 898-2010 e-mail: kane@physics.upenn.edu

Professor of Physics

B.S. Physics, University of Chicago 1985 Ph.D. Physics, MIT 1989

Office: DRL 2N17d Phone: (215) 898-8149 Fax: (215) 898-2010 e-mail: kane@physics.upenn.edu

Selected publications by topic Topological Insulators Carbon Nanotubes Quantum Hall Effect Luttinger Liquids Complete list of publications

Complete list of publications

Research Seminars Graphene, Topological Insulators and the Quantum Spin Hall Effect. Electron Interactions and Carbon Nanotube Fluouresence Spectroscopy. Charge and Statistics of Dilute Laughlin Quasiparticles. Sliding Luttinger Liquids.

Pedagogical Lectures Undergraduate Level: three lectures, "From pencil lead to relativistic quantum physics" #1, #2, #3. Graduate Level: Boulder Summer School lectures on electrons in one dimension #1+2, #3, #4. Graduate Level: Recorded KITP blackboard talk Introduction to Topological Insulators . Graduate Level: Windsor Summer School lectures on Topological Insulators and Superconductors #1 Topology and Band Theory #2 Topological Insulators in 2 and 3 Dimensions, #3 Topological Superconductors, Majorana Fermions and Quantum Computation. Graduate Level: Youtube video of Master classes presented at Dutch Physical Society Meeting: Topological Band Theory of Insulators and Superconductors . Homework.

Group members

Liang Fu (graduate student) Jeffrey Teo (graduate student)

Teaching

Physics 531, Quantum Mechanics

Personal

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