Dr. Gedik runs a lab in the Department of Physics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is a leader in studying quantum materials using novel time-resolved techniques. His team has developed new ways to probe and control excitations in quantum materials with time, energy and momentum resolutions. Using these techniques, his group made significant contributions to the understanding of topological insulators and high temperature superconductors. Dr. Gedik has received numerous awards, including a National Science foundation CAREER Award, the Department of Energy Early Career Award, a DARPA Young Faculty Award and the Biedenharn Career Development Professorship. Dr. Gedik earned his PhD from the University of California in Berkeley and also trained at the California Institute of Technology.
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Emergent Phenomena in Quantum Systems
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Physics