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Hasnain Hafiz received his B. Sc. degree in physics from University of Dhaka, Bangladesh in 2009, and M. Sc. degree in physics from Northeastern University in 2012. He is currently a graduate student and PhD candidate in the group of Prof. Arun Bansil at Northeastern University.
- Electronic structure and spectroscopy of strongly correlated materials, high-Tc superconductors, topological insulators, Li-ion batteries, two-dimensional atomically thin films beyond graphene, nanosystems, and other novel materials.
- Theoretical modeling of the spectral responses of various experimental probes, including angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy (ARPES), optical spectra, resonant inelastic X-ray scattering (RIXS), and scanning tunneling spectroscopy (STM).
5 most relevant publications
- Spectroscopic evidence for negative electronic compressibility in a quasi-three-dimensional spin-orbit correlated metal. Junfeng He, T. Hogan, Thomas R. Mion, H. Hafiz, Y. He, J. D. Denlinger, S-K. Mo, C. Dhital, X. Chen, Qisen Lin, D. H. Lu, M. Arita, K. Shimada, R. S. Markiewicz, Z.Wang, K. Kempa, M. J. Naughton, A. Bansil, S. D.Wilson, Rui-Hua He: Nature Materials 14, 577-582 (2015)
- Fermi arcs vs. Fermi pockets in electron-doped perovskite iridates. Junfeng He, H Hafiz, Thomas R Mion, T Hogan, C Dhital, X Chen, Qisen Lin, M Hashimoto, D H Lu, Y Zhang, R S Markiewicz, A Bansil, S D Wilson, Rui-Hua He: Nature Scientific Reports 5, 8533, (2015)
- Fermi-surface-free superconductivity in underdoped (Bi,Pb)(Sr,La)2CuO6+δ(Bi2201). Peter Mistark, Hasnain Hafiz, Robert S Markiewicz, Arun Bansil: Nature Scientific Reports 5, 9739 (2015)
- Resolving unoccupied electronic states with laser ARPES in bismuth-based cuprate superconductors. Tristan L Miller, Minna Ärrälä, Christopher L. Smallwood, Wentao Zhang, Hasnain Hafiz, Bernardo Barbiellini, Koshi Kurashima, Tadashi Adachi, Yoji Koike, Hiroshi Eisaki, Matti Lindroos, Arun Bansil, Dung-Hai Lee, Alessandra Lanzara: Physical Review B 91, 085109 (2015)
- A minimal tight-binding model for ferromagnetic canted bilayer manganites. M. Baublitz, C. Lane, Hsin Lin, Hasnain Hafiz, R.S. Markiewicz, B. Barbiellini, Z. Sun, D.S. Dessau, A. Bansil: Nature Scientific Reports 4, 7512 (2014)