Academic Profile

Academic Profile

Asst Prof Bent Weber

Nanyang Assistant Professor (NRF), School of Physical & Mathematical Sciences
NRF Fellow, School of Physical & Mathematical Sciences

Email: b.weber@ntu.edu.sg
Asst Prof Bent Weber

Biography
Research interests:
• Atomic and electronic structure of two-dimensional and topological materials
• Quantum information processing science and technology
• Nanoelectronic and quantum device physics
• Low-temperature scanning probe microscopy
• Atomic manipulations and lithography

Projects:
Atomic Manipulations in 2D Materials for Quantum Computation Applications (NRFF)
Characterization And Control Of Matter At The Atomic-Scale-Atomic-Scale Electronics In 2D Materials By STM (NAP)

Biography
Weber has obtained his PhD from the Centre for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology at The University of New South Wales (UNSW), where he pursued avenues towards the realisation of scalable donor-based quantum computing in silicon. Weber has since worked as an Australian Research Council (ARC) DECRA fellow at the Centre for Atomically Thin Materials (MCATM) at Monash University, Australia, and is part of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Future Low Energy Electronics Technologies (FLEET) in Australia, as Associate Investigator. Weber recently joined the Division of Physics and Applied Physics, SPMS, as Nanyang Assistant Professor (NAP) and Singapore National Research Foundation (NRF) Fellow, where he investigates the atomic and electronic structure of two-dimensional (2D) and topological materials towards their application in future classical and quantum information processing.

Qualifications:
PhD (Physics) University of New South Wales 2013
MSc (Physics) University of Hamburg 2007
Research Interests
• Atomic and electronic structure of two-dimensional and topological materials
• Quantum information processing science and technology
• Nanoelectronic and quantum device physics
• Low-temperature scanning probe microscopy
• Atomic manipulations and lithography
Current Projects
  • Atomic Manipulations in 2D Materials for Quantum Computation Applications
  • Characterization And Control Of Matter At The Atomic-Scale-Atomic-Scale Electronics In 2D Materials By STM

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