Office 1.25
david.indolese-at-unibas.ch
Phone: +41 61 267 37 03

Education

2016-today PhD candidate in Physics, University of Basel in the group of  Prof. C. Schönenberger
2014-2016 M.Sc. in Physics, University of Basel

Master thesis: “Spin pumping in graphene detected with inverse spin Hall-effect”

2012-2014 B.Sc. in Physics, University of Basel
2010-2012 B.Sc. in Physics, ETH Zürich

Research

In my current research I am studying the potential crossed Andreev reflection between edge states of a helical quantum Hall state formed by the graphene’s zeroth Landau level using superconductors, which can sustain large magetic fields. The helical state can be realized using substrates with large dielectric constant, large angle twisted bilayer graphene, or two layers of graphene separated by hexagonal boron-nitride. Novel and exciting Majorana zero modes are expected to emerge.

List of Publications

Signatures of van Hove singularities probed by the supercurrent in a graphene – hBN superlattice
D.I. Indolese, R. Delagrange, P. Makk, J.R. Wallbank, K. Watanabe, T. Taniguchi and C. Schönenberger
Phys. Rev. Lett. 121, 137701

Wideband and on-chip excitation for dynamical spin injection into graphene
D.I. Indolese, S. Zihlmann, P. Makk, C. Jünger, K. Thodkar and C. Schönenberger
Phys. Rev. Applied 10, 044053

Experimental demonstration of the suppression of optical phonon splitting in 2D materials by Raman spectroscopy
Marta De Luca, Xavier Cartoixa, D.I. Indolese, Javier Martín-Sánchez, Kenji Watanabe, Takashi Taniguchi, Christian Schoenenberger, Rinaldo Trotta, Riccardo Rurali and Ilaria Zardo
2D Materials

Mobility enhancement in graphene by in situ reduction of random strain fluctuations
Lujun Wang, Péter Makk, Simon Zihlmann, Andreas Baumgartner, D.I. Indolese, Kenji Watanabe, Takashi Taniguchi, and Christian Schönenberg
Phys. Rev. Lett.