DOE’s Early Career

Assistant Professor Benjamin Hunt wins DOE’s Early Career Award

  • By Leena Aggarwal
  • 16 October 2017

Benjamin Hunt, assistant professor of physics and member of the Quantum Electronics Group at Carnegie Mellon University was awarded a prestigious $750,000 Early Career Grant from the Department of Energy to study how layering different two-dimensional crystals (such as graphene and the magnetic insulator CrSiTe3) can lead to new, emergent properties in the composite layered structure.