Moire patterns form due to the interaction between graphene and hexagonal boron nitride.
Electric fields can move the boundaries between different stacking configurations in trilayer graphene.
The interaction between graphene and hBN creates new superlattice Dirac points.
Using FT-STS we have mapped the dispersion relations in monolayer and bilayer WSe2.
We have used Raman spectroscopy to observe changes in the band structure of twisted bilayer graphene upon doping.
We have used scanning gate microscopy to investigate transport through suspended carbon nanotubes.