Han Htoon

Dr, Los Alamos National Laboratory
  • United States of America

About Han Htoon

Han Htoon received his PhD in physic from the University of Texas at Austin in 2001.  He joined LANL as a director fellow and became a staff member after winning LANL’s Distinguished Postdoctoral Performance in 2005.  Htoon was recently awarded LANL Fellow research prize (2019) and selected as a fellow of the American Physical Society (2017) for his pioneering accomplishments in elucidating optical properties and electronic structures of quantum dots and single-wall carbon nanotubes, development of novel, single nanostructure, optical spectroscopy/imaging techniques, and device integration of optical nanomaterials.

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2D Materials Condensed Matter Phsyics Electromaterials Functional Materials Magnetic Properties and Materials Materials Chemistry Materials for Devices Materials for Optics Nanoscale Nature Materials


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