Michelle Tomczyk is a graduate student in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Pitt.
She works in the Levy lab where she studies quantum transport phenomena at the lanthanum aluminate and strontium titanate interface. She creates nanostructures at the interface using an innovative AFM lithography technique in order to study emergent phenomena like superconductivity and magnetism. This information can benefit classical as well as quantum computing.
Michelle won a travel award at the Science 2014 poster session for her poster on “Electron Pairing Without Superconductivity”.