Senior Research Fellow
Dr Derek Ho is a theoretical physicist working primarily in the field of condensed matter physics. He received his PhD in Physics from the National University of Singapore in 2014 where his research work focused on quantum transport in time-dependent systems. Prior to joining Yale-NUS College, he was a research fellow at the Centre for Advanced Two-dimensional Materials, a co-appointment he continues to hold today. Dr Ho’s current research revolves around electronic transport in low-dimensional systems and quantum chaos.
Hydrodynamic electron transport in two-dimensional materials
Effective Medium Theory
Topological effects in quantum mechanics
Time-dependent quantum systems
D. Y. H. Ho and J. B. Gong, Quantized Adiabatic Transport in Momentum Space, Phys. Rev. Lett. 109, 010601 (2012) [Editor’s Suggestion].
D. Y. H. Ho and J. B. Gong, Topological Effects in Chiral Symmetric Driven Systems, Phys. Rev. B 90, 195419 (2014).
D. Y. H. Ho, I. Yudhistira, B. Y-K. Hu, S. Adam, Theory of Coulomb Drag in Spatially Inhomogeneous 2D Materials, Communications Physics 1, 41 (2018).
D. Y. H. Ho, I. Yudhistira, N. Chakraborty, S. Adam, Theoretical Determination of Hydrodynamic Window in Monolayer and Bilayer Graphene from Scattering Rates, Phys. Rev. B 97, 121404(R) (2018).
Solid State Physics
More is Different: Emergence in Physical Systems
Scientific Inquiry 2
Chaos in Dynamical Systems